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Topic Title: fan over run
Topic Summary: Is there a reg?
Created On: 22 December 2010 07:44 PM
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 29 December 2010 07:21 AM
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normcall

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Must confess I'm still trying to work out how someone who has passed all the exams, a member of a registration body and far more competent than myself, didn't realise that Part P is a section of the Building Regulations, BS7671 makes reference to other parts of the building regulations and as part of a registration bodies should comply with all parts of the building regulations as far as it impinges on any electrical works.

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 29 December 2010 04:57 PM
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Originally posted by: normcall

Must confess I'm still trying to work out how someone who has passed all the exams, a member of a registration body and far more competent than myself, didn't realise that Part P is a section of the Building Regulations, BS7671 makes reference to other parts of the building regulations and as part of a registration bodies should comply with all parts of the building regulations as far as it impinges on any electrical works.


Tsk tsk, Norm.

I'm surprised one who has made so many postings has not yet grasped punctuation.

A full stop in place of the third comma for starters if you please.

And as for 'as part of a registration bodies '....

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 29 December 2010 05:48 PM
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Well now that Stateit has mentioned it, I'm not really sure what you're saying at all Norm - sorry!

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 29 December 2010 07:02 PM
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normcall

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Building Regulations - bathroom ventilation
BS7671 requires compliance with all the building regulations if affected by the electrical works being carried out.
I assume that anyone registered with one of the registration bodies should be able to comply with BS7671.

As I'm not, I wouldn't know for sure, but it seems a reasonable assumption.

I will now go and sort out the odd comma, semi-colon and dot!

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 30 December 2010 07:32 AM
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Zs

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Wassup Norm? That's really out of character.

Thank you for the nudge to part F. And for future use, some cracking good ideas in your replies.

It's not an argument or anything, I can do it for them. Just metaphorically taking the back off an instruction and having a look inside. Pretty disruptive for the tenant though, if they want it chased. All conduit and boxes embedded into the ceilings.

Cheers m' dears.

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