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Hi All
Does anyone can give me few examples of risk assessment for Details of permitted exceptions Reg. 411.3.3 in EIC.
 
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buzzlightyear

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dj 2102 pleases tell us what you are doing and done . I know you are trying to fill the EIC out . but why are you departing on the test cert
 

buzzlightyear

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that the designer and installer intend to comply fully with the requirements of BS 7671: 2018 (as amended). All new and rewired installations designed after 31st December 2018 are, without exception, required to comply fully with the requirements of the amended standard. Where exceptionally, after that date, designers and/or installers decide to adopt alternative approaches for alterations and additions to existing installations, they must be recorded as departures from the current standard in the box provided for the purpose on electrical installation certificates based on the model form given in the BS 7671: 2018 (as amended). Where such an alternative approach is taken, the designer and/or installer (as appropriate) must be prepared to justify the decision, and the resulting degree of safety of the installation must not be less than that obtained by compliance with the amended standard.
 

Strima

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please in light us about the reg .
411.3.3 Additional Protection

In A.C. systems, additional protection by means of an RCD in accordance with Regulation 415.1 shall be provided for.

Socket-outlets with a rated current not exceeding 32 A, and
Mobile equipment with a current rating not exceeding 32 A for use outdoors.

And exception to (i) is permitted:

Where, other than for an installation in a dwelling, a documented risk assessment determines that the RCD protection is not necessary.
 
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