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Here you can access numerous editable Installation and Completion Certificatess compiled and published by our technical experts. These Certificates are available to members only.
This technical bulletin addresses the questions about wiring accessory replacement and provides best practice guidance which can be applied to both commercial and domestic locations.
This Guidance Note highlights TT earthing system requirements, dispels any myths and gives some clear guidance to both contractors and clients.
Best practice advice based on one of the most frequent technical enquiries.
This technical bulletin is designed to offer advice and guidance when working on and with electrical equipment of dissimilar metals that are to be connected, or joined together.
Many contractors, engineers and consultants find this topic to be confusing. The answer will depend on what the tray / ladder is used for.
This certificate is to be used to formally record where equipment / circuit(s) have been isolated, proven dead, and suitable steps taken to prevent inadvertent re-energisation.
This is a BS 7671 certificate, that can only be used for installation work, that does not include the provision of a new circuit.
It should be noted that the ECA certificate offers the convenience of being to record details of up to three such modified circuits.
with Member business logo
BS7671: 2008, AMD 3 2015 revised regulation 411.3.3 now requires all socket outlet circuits not exceeding 20A to incorporate additional protection by 30mA RCD, however an exception is permitted provided a documented risk assessment is produced, justifying why RCDs are to be omitted.
This certificate is only valid when accompanied with signed declarations of design (H.2), installation (H.3) and verification (H.4) certificates.
(up to 25 self contained luminaries)
This certificate is only valid when accompanied with a signed declaration of conformity certificate (I.2)
(up to 25 self contained luminaires) – Declaration of conformity
This certificate would be used typically for the one off verification/inspection of an existing emergency lighting installation and is valid only when accompanied by a signed checklist and report (K2)
This certificate would be used for the regular inspections and testing of an emergency lighting installation – typically as part of a maintenance activity or contract. The certificate would normally be accompanied by the Periodic Inspection &Test Record (M2) and if applicable, the Fault Action Record (M3)
Equipment formal visual and cembined inspection and test record
Model Certificate for Grades B, C, D, E and F
Grade C,D,E & F systems
This certificate can be used for members to make a formal record of what they consider to be potentially dangerous situation – thereby bringing it to the attention of the Client or the Client’s agent.