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Created On: 23 February 2014 02:10 PM
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 23 February 2014 02:10 PM
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Im currently completing my EAL Level 3 NVQ Diploma portfolio and require a little assistence.
One of the many pieces of evidence I need to produce is " Guidence notes from regulation on planning 1st fix". My interpritation of this evidence is simply a copy of this information from the booklet. This is were I need a little assistence as I do not own the booklet containing this information. So if somone could help me it would be much appriciated.

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 23 February 2014 03:59 PM
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evidence I need to produce is " Guidence notes from regulation on planning 1st fix".

Commonly known as the 'Electricians Guide to the Building Regulations' you need to get a copy.


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 23 February 2014 10:31 PM
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Which reminds me...Martyn Duerden, I let you borrow one of my books a few weeks back and I need it back like last week.

Don't lend stuff that you use chaps.

 23 February 2014 11:27 PM
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John Peckham

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J Davies

Welcome to the forum.

Hopefully you have had some guidance on how to complete this task?

You need to include something along the lines of.

1. The client specifications. Agreeing quotation and payment arrangements. Contracts.
2. The design of the installation. Sign off by client or clients representative.
3. Statutory Regulations such as Building Regulations and CDM regulations.
4. Layout plans and drawings.
5. Bill of quantities for materials required. Ordering, delivery and lead time for materials. Safe secure storage on site.
6. Labour requirements. Skills and qualifications. ECS cards etc.
7. Access provision on site. Working at Heights Regulations etc.
8. Temporary power on site. Provision of power tools. Temporary lighting. Specialist tools.
9. Programme of work on site. Hours of working. Working with other trades. Welfare provision on site.
10. Risk assessments and method statements.
11. Mobilisation.
12. Site induction. PPE requirements on site. Site hazards. Asbestos etc. tool box talks.
13. Allocating tasks and working around other trades. Sequence of work.
14. Management of staff and progression of the work. Time sheets and day work sheets.
15. Resolving problems and making changes and variations. Requests for information.
16. Inspection of the work for compliance with BS7671 and the Building Regulations.
17. Dead testing of circuits as work progresses. Not much to be done on 1st fix. Documenting inspection and testing results.
18. Inspection by clients, consultants, Building Control, QS, Site management etc.
18. Disposal of waste and scrap materials.
19. Invoicing for work done.
20 Paying staff and suppliers.

I am not sure what this booklet is you are referring to?

John Peckham

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