The final book in Part 1 studies concerned with the City and Guilds 236-7 course on electrical installation competences. It covers large areas of the syllabus associated with safety and good working practice. Exercise questions and answers are included, with two multiple-choice papers.
Part 1 Study of the electrical industry: electricity supply industry; the national grid; environmental control; energy efficiency; aesthetic effects; electrical contracting industry. Part 2 Requirements for safe working practice: Health and Safety at Work, etc Act 1974; Electricity at Work Regulations 1989; Safety Representatives and Safety Committees 1977; Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1985; The Construction (Head Protection) Regulations 1989; Regulations for Electrical Installations 1991; Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988; The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981; first-aid treatment; protection against electric shock; electric-shock treatment; accidents; safe systems of work; safe movement of loads; safety of hand-tools and power-tools; fire safety. Part 3 Supply and distribution of electricity: supplies into consumers' premises; distribution arrangements; balancing loads; star and delta loads; power and power-factor measurement; final circuits; lighting circuits; emergency lighting and fire-alarm systems; intruder-alarm systems; wiring systems; PVC-insulated, PVC-sheathed cables; PVC-insulated, armoured PVC-sheathed cables; mineral-insulated, metal-sheathed cables; metal and plastic conduit systems; metal and plastic trunking systems; bus-bar trunking systems; cable-selection procedures. Part 4 Inspection and testing: visual inspection - connection of cables and conductors; wiring systems and accessories; switchgear, earthing and bonding; other items to be inspected; testing; continuity of protective conductors; continuity of ring final circuit conductors; insulation resistance; polarity; earth fault loop impedance; earth-electrode resistance; residual-current devices; periodic inspection and testing; certification and reporting; testing electrical equipment; test procedures. Appendices: health and safety policy; electricity at work regulations; HSE guidance notes for completing accident form F2508; lamp data and terminology.
Electrical Installation Competences: Pt. 1: Studies - Theories and Regulations by M.L. Lewis
Electrical Installation Competences
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