The aim of this Guide is to provide clear and concise information on energy management that can be developed and applied to a number of different installations.
This Guide provides guidance on carrying out maintenance activities and using good practice techniques. It examines the operational risks, mitigations and processes that may be used in carrying out electrical maintenance, and also provides insights and philosophies to ensure that electrical maintenance activities are not only safe but are satisfactorily planned and properly carried out.
The Guide details the key steps in applying metering systems from design and specification, to technology selection, installation and commissioning, and finally, operation and maintenance along with the integration of metering data into reporting/management systems, to support the identification of cost saving, energy management and resource efficiency measures.
The aim of the Code of Practice is to provide good practice guidance to enable individuals and their organisations to have a level of knowledge and understanding to manage the risks associated with an electrical system. There are many technical publications that provide guidance on certain aspects of electrical safety but not in a way that provides a process for managing electrical safety.
This Code of Practice on Electromagnetic Resilience covers risk management of electromagnetic interference (EMI) for safety-related systems.
This Code of Practice is designed to help companies assess and maintain the competence of their engineering staff, particularly in safety-critical areas and industries. It sets out the competencies expected and evidence required to prove competence in specific tasks and helps organisations create schemes for monitoring and measuring the competencies of its employees. Human error is still recognised as the most frequent cause of problems and the field of safety-critical systems /functional safety continues to develop along with the complexity of systems.
This Code of Practice aims to ensure the safe, effective and competent application of cabling/wiring installations for low voltage d.c. power distribution in buildings.
This Technical Briefing is intended to support the IET Code of Practice for Low and Extra Low Voltage Direct Current Power Distribution in Buildings and provides advice on the handling of d.c. circuits.