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I am due to carry out my first fuse board change under the 18th edition, i need a risk assessment template for SPD devices.

and with regards to AFDD i am under the impression i just need to recommend it in the quotation.
 
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I doubt you will find anything like that at the moment, I haven’t the BBB, so what does it say?

Your last question has been asked a few times before, if you do a search here. Differing views on the subject.

If your in a Scheme, can you not seek guidance from them?
 

telectrix

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make you own.
column 1... Perceived risk.
( enter possible damage to It equipment etc. )

column 2 .... Recommended Action.
( install SPD/s to relevant circuits. )

column 3....Customer accepted/declined.

done.
 

Pete999

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make you own.
column 1... Perceived risk.
( enter possible damage to It equipment etc. )

column 2 .... Recommended Action.
( install SPD/s to relevant circuits. )

column 3....Customer accepted/declined.

done.
IET Finger out time, stop sitting on the fence, Man up and get these issues sorted PDQ
 

Pete999

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IET Finger out time, stop sitting on the fence, Man up and get these issues sorted PDQ
Time to earn your pay, the likes of us pay your wages, so finger out times Guys. time to help those on the coal face.
 

telectrix

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need arthur scargill at IET, then all will be shut down.
 

Pete999

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need arthur scargill at IET, then all will be shut down.
No Tel the IET to stop publishing just for the sake of it, get their backsides in gear, be alive to the real world of Sparkying, get some answers, answered for the sake of sanity, no more pussy footing around, these Guys are supposed to be the Law makers , not copy writers, come on folks do the job you are paid for, I have know answers, cuz I iant smart bums like you folks, so get real and get things sorted, the IET look like a laughing stock, the 18th has been discussed, debated Theater shows, etc are you playing or just don't know, you are the Brains, or supposed to be earn your wages. stop taking Hard working Sparkies for a joke, they pay your fees, with the exorbitant prices we pay for YOUR publications.
 
Electrical installations in single dwelling units are not required to have SPDs installed, but their use is not precluded and it may be that in discussion with a client such devices are installed, reducing significantly risks associated with transient over-voltages.
 

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All the domestic boards i have changed since new year i have installed the SPDs after explaining to the client what they are and the change in regs they have all agreed worth the extra £50ish quid. We live in a very low risk area aswell.
 
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