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Electrical Installation Condition Report

Your Responsibility

The Electricity at work regulation 1989 states that all electrical systems and equipment used in the working environment should be in a safe condition. The Health & Safety Executive recommend that in order to comply with the regulations an inspection and testing programme should be undertaken at all places of work.

In addition to these legislative requirements many other organisations such as insurance companies place an obligation on their clients to carry out Periodic inspection and Testing.

What Relevant Legislation Applies?

The legislation of specific relevance to electrical maintenance and fixed installation testing;

•The Health & Safety at Work Act (1974)
•The Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations (1999)
•The Electricity at Work Regulations (1989 )
•The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations (1992)
•Wiring Regulations 17th Edition BS 7671 :2008 Incorporating amendment 3: 2015
 

 

What Is an Electrical Installation Condition Report?

Fixed Installation Testing involves the testing of electrical services and systems that conduct electricity around a building. It covers all of the hard wiring in a building and includes items such as main panels, distribution boards, lighting, socket outlets, air conditioning and other fixed plant. This involves performing a sequence of rigorous visual inspections and electrical tests on all systems in the building.

 

Benefits To You

  • Testing of your systems to BS7671:2008, the IEE wiring regulations 17thedition
  • Details of  your installation
  • Extent and limitations of the inspection
  • Supply characteristics and particulars of the installation
  • Schedule of items inspected and tested
  • Schedules of circuit details and test results
  • Summary of the inspection and test
  • Observations and recommendations for actions to be taken, coded by priority 
  • Testing of your systems to Wiring Regulations 17th edition BS 7671: 2008 Incorporating amendment 3: 2015