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I'm a maintenance electrician at a office in brighton that includes a restuarant, comms rooms ups etc. My question is what are the regulations in regards to supplying socket outlets, i've been told that now they must be RCD/RCBO protected, i know about the regulations in domestic dwellings but not sure whats what in a commercial environment. Any help would be great.:)
 
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