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Topic Title: Disconnection of sub circuit
Topic Summary: 17th Edition Forms
Created On: 11 October 2012 04:25 PM
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 11 October 2012 04:25 PM
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ridd9056

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Is there a standard certificate I can use to state that a sub circuit supplying a building has been disconnected and the building can be safely demolished. This is not the main supply, the building is fed from supply kiosk remote from the building.
 11 October 2012 05:17 PM
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OMS

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BS 7671 doesn't have a specific certificate - typically you want a "Certificate of Isolation and Disconnection" if the site owner doesn't have his own (or a relevant permit to work system)

Just knock one up on the PC to state where fed from, what was disconnected, what tests you did (and record the instruments), confirm isolated cores to earth, what has happened source end (disconnected or just turned off and locked) , name rank and number, date

Simples

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OMS

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