Flip Fields

Summary of Inspection Fields Flipped by Autofault Preset Diagnoses (ECR only)

Diagnosis Default SeverityFields Flipped
Protective device requires de-rating. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the oil service is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the neutral of the supply. Regulation 544.1.1 Table 54.8 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

A main equipotential bonding conductor is required for the lightning conductor system in accordance with BS EN 62305, further guidance is recommended to be sought from the lightning conductor designer/installer. Regulation 411.3.1.2 C2

3.1 Main earthing and bonding arrangements

Main protective equipotential bonding conductor is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the neutral of the supply. Regulation 544.1.1 Table 54.8 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

No circuit protective conductor present. Regulation 411.3.1.1 & 612.2.1 C2

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

The main earthing terminal has not been connected via an earthing conductor to an earth electrode. Regulation 542.1.2.3 C2

3.1.2 Presence and condition of earth electrode arrangement

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the pipework between buildings where the electrical supplies are from different sources or separate DNO services is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the line conductor. Regulation 544.1.1 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

The size of the main equipotential bonding conductor connected to the “other” as stated service is less than the required minimum size of 6.00mm. Regulation 544.1.1 C2

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Polarity incorrect. Regulation 612.6 C1

6.6 Cables correctly terminated in enclosures

A main equipotential bonding conductor is required for the pipework between buildings where the electrical supplies are from different sources or separate DNO services. Regulation 411.3.1.2 C2

3.1 Main earthing and bonding arrangements

The size of the main equipotential bonding conductor connected to the structural steel-work is less than the required minimum size of 6.00mm. Regulation 544.1.1 C2

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Unable to ascertain sub-category of the protective device, therefore unable to test for compliance. Regulation 612.8.1 C2

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

Unable to shut-down due to client operational limitations to gain access to verify all details of the protective device. It is the inspector\s opinion that there is no apparent risk for continued use and therefore, as agreed with the client, this observation is categorized as a limitation (LIMIT). Regulation 612.8.1 LIMIT

6.8 Adequacy of cables for current-carrying capacity with regard to the type and nature of installation

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the gas service is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the neutral of the supply. Regulation 544.1.1 Table 54.8 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Unable to gain access to ascertain the short circuit capacity (kA) of the protective device, therefore unable to test for compliance. Regulation 434.5.1 & 536.1 C2

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the structural steel-work is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the neutral of the supply. Regulation 544.1.1 Table 54.8 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Circuit protective conductor not continuous throughout circuit. Regulation 411.3.1.1 & 612.2.1 C2

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

Although the measured earth loop impedance is within the maximum Zs permitted by BS7671, where measurements are taken at ambient temperature and the increase of resistance of the conductors due to temperature rise under load conditions, the protective device may not operate in the required time as per BS7671 (0.8*Uo/Ia). Appendix 14 C3

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

Unable to shut-down due to client operational limitations to confirm whether the protective conductor is continuous throughout circuit(s), therefore unable to carry out an earth loop impedance test(s). It is the inspector\s opinion that there is no apparent risk for continued use and therefore, as agreed with the client, this observation is categorized as a limitation (LIMIT) subject to safe isolation procedures are in place before any maintenance on electrical equipment is carried out. Regulation 612.2.1 & 612.9 LIMIT

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

The size of the main equipotential bonding conductor connected to the pipework between buildings where the electrical supplies are from different sources or separate DNO services is less than the required minimum size of 6.00mm. Regulation 544.1.1 C2

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

ACB requires further investigation with regard to size of cable in relation to the size and setting (if adjustable) of the overload and any overload devices (if fitted) downstream cable is undersized for the rating of the device. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

Unable to gain access to confirm whether the protective conductor is continuous throughout circuit(s) therefore unable to carry out an earth loop impedance test(s). It is the inspector\s opinion that there is no apparent risk for continued use and therefore, as agreed with the client, this observation is categorized as a limitation (LIMIT) subject to safe isolation procedures are in place before any maintenance on electrical equipment is carried out. Regulation 612.2.1 & 612.9 LIMIT

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

Unable to gain access to verify details of the protective device type. It is the inspector\s opinion that there is no apparent risk for continued use and therefore, as agreed with the client, this observation is categorized as a limitation (LIMIT). Regulation 612.8.1 LIMIT

6.8 Adequacy of cables for current-carrying capacity with regard to the type and nature of installation

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

Main protective equipotential bonding conductor is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the line conductor. Regulation 544.1.1 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Earth rod resistance too high to protect from excess touch voltage (greater than 50 volts) between exposed-conductive-parts and extraneous-conductive-parts. Regulation 411.5.3 C2

3.1.2 Presence and condition of earth electrode arrangement

Details of the protective device missing or not visible, therefore unable to test for compliance. Regulation 612.8.1 C2

5.10 Correct identification of circuit protective devices

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

Unable to gain access to ascertain the sub-category of the protective device, therefore unable to test for compliance. Regulation 612.8.1 C2

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

Earthing required for gland plate. Regulation 411.3.1.1 & 612.2.1 C3

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

The size of the main equipotential bonding conductor connected to the oil service is less than the required minimum size of 6.00mm. Regulation 544.1.1 C2

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Unable to gain access to verify type and size of DNO fuse. It is the inspector\s opinion that there is no apparent risk for continued use and therefore, as agreed with the client, this observation is categorized as a limitation (LIMIT). Regulation 612.1 LIMIT

1.2 Service cut-out/fuse(s)

A main equipotential bonding conductor is required for the gas service. Regulation 411.3.1.2 C2

3.1 Main earthing and bonding arrangements

Lighting circuit - absence of a circuit protective conductor for a circuit supplying one or more items of class I accessories. Regulations 411.3.1.1 & 612.2.1 C2

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

Unable to shut-down due to client operational limitations to carry out earth loop tests. It is the inspector\s opinion that there is no apparent risk for continued use and therefore, as agreed with the client, this observation is categorized as a limitation (LIMIT) subject to safe isolation procedures are in place before any maintenance on electrical equipment is carried out. Regulation 612.9 LIMIT

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

The maximum permissible earth loop impedance (Zs) has been exceeded therefore, the protective device may not operate in the required time as per BS7671, recommend seeking advice from the manufacturer of the device. Regulation 411.3.2.1, 411.3.2.5 & 411.3.2.6 C2

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

Protective device (ACB) overload setting requires de-rating - overload risk. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the lightning conductor system is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the neutral of the supply. Regulation 544.1.1 Table 54.8 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Protective device (ACB) overload setting requires de-rating or cables require uprating subject to the load - overload risk. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

Where a main switch is intended to to be operated by a person that is neither skilled or instructed e.g. domestic or commercial property, all live conductors (the neutral is a live conductor) require means of isolation Regulation 537.1.4 C3

1.6 Means of isolation

Unable to ascertain type of earth electrode. Due to the condition and/or method of installation of the electrical equipment the inspector cannot be confident that it is safe for continued use, therefore further investigation (FI) is recommended. Regulation 542.2.1 FI

3.1.2 Presence and condition of earth electrode arrangement

Unable to ascertain type of earth electrode. Due to the condition of the electrical equipment it is the inspector\s opinion that there is no apparent risk for continued use and therefore, as agreed with the client that this observation is categorized as a limitation (LIMIT). Regulation 542.2.1 LIMIT

3.1.2 Presence and condition of earth electrode arrangement

Unable to ascertain type and/or size of the protective device at the origin of the supply. FI

1.2 Service cut-out/fuse(s)

The size of the main protective equipotential bonding conductor is less than the required minimum size of 6.00mm. Regulation 544.1.1 C2

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Earth rod resistance exceeding 200 ohms may be unstable, recommend improvements made or a regular regime of testing carried out. This condition may be exacerbated in dry ground conditions especially if the soil condition was moist whilst carrying out the test and could lead to a dangerous condition. Regulation 411.5.3 C3

3.1.2 Presence and condition of earth electrode arrangement

Unable to gain access to verify type and size of DNO fuse. Regulation 612.1 FI

1.2 Service cut-out/fuse(s)

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the gas service is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the line conductor. Regulation 544.1.1 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

The electrical equipment is enclosed in a metal enclosure which is an exposed conductive part. Regulation 411.5.3 & 411.5.4 C2

3.1 Main earthing and bonding arrangements

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the “other” as stated service is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the neutral of the supply. Regulation 544.1.1 Table 54.8 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Circuit(s) description incorrect – unable to trace circuit(s), therefore unable to carry out test(s). Regulation 514.9.1 C2

5.10 Correct identification of circuit protective devices

5.17 Presence of diagrams, charts or schedules at or near equipment where required

Although the measured earth loop impedance is within the maximum Zs permitted by BS7671, where measurements are taken at ambient temperature and the increase of resistance of the conductors due to temperature rise under load conditions, the protective device may not operate in the required time as per BS7671 (0.8*Uo/Ia), recommend seeking advice from the manufacturer of the device. Appendix 14 C3

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the water service is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the line conductor. Regulation 544.1.1 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Prospective fault current too high for the breaking capacity of the protective device(s). Regulation 434.5.1 C2

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

Circuit(s) description missing / no circuit chart – unable to trace circuit(s), therefore unable to carry out test(s). Regulation 514.9.1 C2

5.10 Correct identification of circuit protective devices

5.17 Presence of diagrams, charts or schedules at or near equipment where required

Overload setting requires de-rating or cables require uprating subject to the load - overload risk. Regulation 433.1.1. C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the lightning conductor system is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the line conductor. Regulation 544.1.1 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Protective device requires de-rating, this is subject to an overload risk of the equipment connected to this circuit. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the pipework between buildings where the electrical supplies are from different sources or separate DNO services is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the neutral of the supply. Regulation 544.1.1 Table 54.8 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Unable to gain access to verify all details of the protective device due to the presence of asbestos. Due to the condition of the electrical equipment and/or method of installation the inspector cannot be confident that it is safe for continued use, therefore further investigation (FI) is recommended. Regulation 612.8.1 FI

6.8 Adequacy of cables for current-carrying capacity with regard to the type and nature of installation

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

The CPC (earth) is not large enough to carry the measured prospective fault current for the time required to operate the protective device – risk of damage to the cable. Regulation 543.1.1 C2

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

Where the earthing arrangement of the supply is a TT system all live conductors (the neutral is a live conductor) require means of isolation at the origin of the TT system. Regulation 537.1.2 C3

5.8 Presence of main switch(es), linked where required

A main equipotential bonding conductor is required for the structural steel-work. Regulation 411.3.1.2 C2

3.1 Main earthing and bonding arrangements

MCCB or ACB requires further investigation with regard to size of cable in relation to the size and setting (if adjustable) of the overload and any overload devices (if fitted) – downstream cable is undersized for the rating of the device. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the structural steel-work is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the line conductor. Regulation 544.1.1 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the oil service is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the line conductor. Regulation 544.1.1 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

A solid link is installed in this fuse way - a correct type and size protective device is required. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the water service is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the neutral of the supply. Regulation 544.1.1 Table 54.8 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Protective device (MCCB) overload setting requires de-rating - overload risk. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

A main equipotential bonding conductor is required for the water service. Regulation 411.3.1.2 C2

3.1 Main earthing and bonding arrangements

An isolator has been installed in this fuse way - a correct type and size protective device is required. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

Protective device (MCCB) overload setting requires de-rating or cables require uprating subject to the load - overload risk. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

Unable to gain access to carry out earth loop tests. It is the inspector\s opinion that there is no apparent risk for continued use and therefore, as agreed with the client, this observation is categorized as a limitation (LIMIT) subject to safe isolation procedures are in place before any maintenance on electrical equipment is carried out. Regulation 612.9 LIMIT

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

A main equipotential bonding conductor is required for the oil service. Regulation 411.3.1.2 C2

3.1 Main earthing and bonding arrangements

The size of the main equipotential bonding conductor connected to the lightning conductor system is less than the required minimum size of 6.00mm. Regulation 544.1.1 C2

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Unable to gain access to carry out earth loop tests. Due to the condition of the electrical equipment and/or method of installation the inspector cannot be confident that it is safe for continued use, therefore further investigation (FI) is recommended. Regulation 612.9 FI

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

Earth(s) not continuous through insulated enclosure(s). Regulation 411.3.1.1 & 612.2.1 C2

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

Unable to ascertain whether CPC (Earth) is compliant - unable to calculate adiabatic for this cable and protective device. Regulation 543.1.1 FI

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

A main equipotential bonding conductor is required for the “other” as stated service. Regulation 411.3.1.2 C2

3.1 Main earthing and bonding arrangements

Unable to gain access to confirm whether the protective conductor is continuous throughout circuit(s). Due to the condition of the electrical equipment and/or method of installation the inspector cannot be confident that it is safe for continued use, therefore further investigation (FI) is recommended. Regulation 612.2.1 & 612.9 FI

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

The size of the main equipotential bonding conductor connected to the gas service is less than the required minimum size of 6.00mm. Regulation 544.1.1 C2

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

A main protective equipotential bonding conductor is required. Regulation 411.3.1.2 C2

3.1 Main earthing and bonding arrangements

Unable to shut down to client operational limitations to ascertain the short circuit capacity (kA) of the protective device, therefore unable to test for compliance. Regulation 434.5.1 & 536.1 C2

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

Unable to ascertain type and/or size of the protective device at the origin of the supply. It is the inspector\s opinion that there is no apparent risk for continued use and therefore, as agreed with the client, this observation is categorized as a limitation (LIMIT). LIMIT

1.2 Service cut-out/fuse(s)

Unable to gain access to verify details of the protective device type due to the presence of asbestos. It is the inspector\s opinion that there is no apparent risk for continued use and therefore, as agreed with the client, this observation is categorized as a limitation (LIMIT). Regulation 612.8.1 LIMIT

6.8 Adequacy of cables for current-carrying capacity with regard to the type and nature of installation

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

Protective device requires de-rating or cables require uprating subject to the load - overload risk. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

The maximum permissible earth loop impedance (Zs) has been exceeded therefore, the protective device may not operate in the required time. Regulation 411.3.2.1, 411.3.2.5 & 411.3.2.6 C2

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

The size of the main equipotential bonding conductor connected to the water service is less than the required minimum size of 6.00mm. Regulation 544.1.1 C2

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Lighting circuit - absence of a circuit protective conductor for circuit having only class II or "all insulated" accessories. Regulation 411.3.1.1 & 612.2.1 C3

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

Protective device requires de-rating subject to an overload device fitted and if such, setting of the overload device. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

The protective device will only protect for fault current and not for overload current - a correct type and size protective device is required. Regulation 433.1.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

The equipotential bonding conductor connected to the the “other” as stated service is too small in relationship to the cross-sectional area of the line conductor. Regulation 544.1.1 C3

3.1.6 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor size(s)

Unable to gain access to verify all details of the protective device. Due to the condition of the electrical equipment and/or method of installation the inspector cannot be confident that it is safe for continued use, therefore further investigation (FI) is recommended. Regulation 612.8.1 FI

6.8 Adequacy of cables for current-carrying capacity with regard to the type and nature of installation

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

Summary of Inspection Fields Flipped by Manual Fault Preset Diagnoses (ECR only)

Diagnosis Default SeverityFields Flipped
As the wiring will be subject to vibration protection is required to avoid mechanical damage to cables from sharp edges or abrasive parts. Regulation 721.522.7.1 C2

21.8 The requirement for the protection of the wiring against vibration has been met. Regulation 721.522.7.1

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

Structural metallic parts that are accessible from within the caravan require connecting through main bonding conductors to the main earthing terminal within the caravan. Regulation 721.411.3.1.2 C2

21.4 Structural metallic parts that are accessible from within the caravan are connected through main bonding conductors to the main earthing terminal within the caravan. Regulation 721.411.3.1.2

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

The width of the gangways and access areas are not adequate for work, operational access, emergency access, emergency evacuation and for the transport of equipment. Regulation 729.513.2 C3

22.2 The width of the gangways and access areas are adequate for work, operational access, emergency access, emergency evacuation and for the transport of equipment. Regulation 729.513.2

22.0 Operating and Maintenance Gangways (Section 729)

Protective device(s) require arc shield(s). Regulation 421.1.3 C2

5.22 Examination of protective device(s) and base(s); correct type and rating (no signs of unacceptable thermal damage, arcing or overheating)

Electrical discharge lamp equipment incorporating signs, tubes or lamps on a booth, stand or amusement device with an operating voltage higher than 230/400 volts requires installing out of arm's reach or adequately protected against risk of injury to persons. Regulation 740.55.3.1 C2

23.20.1 Luminous tubes, signs or lamps are installed out of arm's reach or are adequately protected to reduce risk of injury. Regulation 740.55.3.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

The protective measure of electrical separation as per Section 413 is not permitted except for shaver socket-outlets. Regulation 721.410.3.3.2 C2

21.2 The protective measure of electrical separation is not permitted except for shaver socket-outlets. Regulation 721.410.3.3.2

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

Other than socket-outlet(s) protected by SELV or PELV or electrical separation all socket-outlets supplied at low voltage intended to supply current-using equipment outside the unit require additional protection by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 Iδn . Regulation 717.415.1 C2

20.6 All socket-outlets supplied at LV intended to supply current-using equipment outside the unit have additional protection by an RCD not exceeding 30mA. Regulation 717.415.1

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

Where there is a risk of damage due to external influences, armoured cables or cables protected against mechanical damage are required. Regulation 740.521.1 C2

23.9 The requirements for cables and cable management systems have been met. Regulation 740.521.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

The electricity supplier meter cables (tails) require attention – suspect overloaded or running warm due to loose connection(s) where connected to the electricity supplier meter. Regulation 134.1.5 C2

1.3 Meter Tails - distributor

Blind grommet(s) required on electrical distribution equipment – subject to the requirement shall be provided with at least a degree of protection IP2X, IPXXB, IP4X or IPXXD. Regulations 416.2.1 or 416.2.2 C2

5.5 Condition of enclosure(s) in terms of IP rating

A circuit supplying supply of signs, lamps or exhibits of electrical equipment incorporating discharge lamp installation(s) with an operating voltage higher than 230/400 volts requires controlling by an emergency switch which is easily identifiable and clearly labelled. Regulation 740.55.3.2 C2

20.20.2 A separate circuit has been used to supply the signs, lamps luminous tubes and is controlled by an emergency switch which is easily visible, accessible and marked in accordance with the requirements of the local authority. Regulation 740.55.3.2

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

A horizontal top surface of any enclosures or barriers containing live parts which is readily accessible shall be provided with at least a degree of protection IPXXD or IP4X. Regulation 416.2.2 C1

5.5 Condition of enclosure(s) in terms of IP rating

A readily accessible and identifiable means of isolation is required for distribution circuit(s) supplying outdoor installation(s). The means of isolation requires selecting and erecting in accordance with Regulation 537.2. Regulation 711.537.2.3 C2

18.12 Every separate temporary structure such as a vehicle, stand or unit and distribution circuit(s) supplying outdoor installation(s) has been provided with it's own readily accessible and identifiable means of isolation. Regulation 711.537.2.3

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

All sockets that maybe used to supply portable equipment outside of the equipotential area require additional RCD protection having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 IΔn. Regulations 411.3.3 & 415.1.1 C2

6.17.1 Where reasonably likely to be used to supply mobile equipment for use outdoors in all cases

The electrical inlet on the caravan has not been installed in a readily accessible position. Regulation 721.55.1 C3

21.15 The electrical inlet(s) comply with BS EN 60309-1 and if interchangeability is required, to comply with BS EN 60309-2 have been installed i) at not more than 1.8 m above ground level ii) in a readily accessible position iii) have a minimum degree of IP44 protection with or without a connector engaged and iv) does not protrude significantly beyond the body of the caravan. Regulation 721.55.1.2

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Possibility of a fire hazard caused by a fixed item of current using equipment due to either position of, or material on which it is fixed. Regulation 421.1 C2

8.2 Equipment does not constitute a fire hazard

Inappropriate connector(s) used above ceiling for light fitting(s). Regulations 416.2.1, 421.7 & 526.5 C3

6.6 Cables correctly terminated in enclosures

Non-sheathed cable(s) exposed on conduit system. Regulation 521.10.1 C3

6.4 Non-sheathed cables protected by enclosure in conduit, duct or trunking

Electrical equipment main switch in-operable. Regulations 132.15.1 & 537.1.4 C2

5.9 Operation of main switch(es) (functional check)

Motors which are automatically or remotely controlled and which are not continuously supervised require manually reset protective devices for protection against excessive temperatures. Regulation 740.422.3.7 C2

23.6 Motors which are automatically or remotely controlled and which are not continuously supervised have manually reset protective devices for protection against excessive temperatures. Regulation 740.422.3.7

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Arc shield(s) missing on protective device(s). Regulation 421.1.3 C2

5.22 Examination of protective device(s) and base(s); correct type and rating (no signs of unacceptable thermal damage, arcing or overheating)

The electricity supplier cut-out/fuse requires attention - risk from exposed parts. Regulation 134.1 C1

1.2 Service cut-out/fuse(s)

Circuit(s) supplying multiple number of items giving rise to risk of high protective conductor currents greater than 10mA require a high integrity protective connection. Regulation 543.7.1.103 C2

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

All line conductors on a Reduced Low Voltage system require overcurrent or RCD protection for fault protection. Regulation 411.8.3 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

Electrical enclosure has been damaged so as to impair safety from shock risk. Regulation 133.3 C1

5.7 Enclosure not damaged/deteriorated so as to impair safety

A PME earthing system has been used where the reliability of connections of extraneous-conductive-parts (e.g scaffold, exposed service pipes, structural steelwork etc.) being connected to a main earthing terminal cannot be assured. Regulation 704.411.3.1 C2

12.1 Unless the reliability of connections of extraneous-conductive-parts (e.g scaffold, exposed service pipes, structural steelwork etc.) being connected to a main earthing terminal can be assured a PME earthing facility shall not be used. Regulation 704.411.3.1

12.0 Construction and Demolition Site Installations (Section 704)

Luminaires and decorative lighting chains mounted below arm's reach (2.5metres) from the floor or otherwise accessible require having access to the fixed light source by the removal of a barrier or an enclosure by the use of a tool. Regulation 740.55.1.1 C2

23.15 All luminaires and decorative lighting chains mounted below arm's reach (2.5 m) from floor level or otherwise accessible are adequately fixed and sited or guarded to prevent injury or ignition of materials and having access to the fixed light source by the removal of a barrier or enclosure by the use of a tool. Regulation 740.55.1.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

An independently operated single pole protective device (not part of a double pole MCB) has been installed in the neutral conductor. Regulations 132.14.1 & 530.3.2 C2

5.23 Single-pole protective devices are in the line conductor only

Warning label required where live parts cannot be isolated by the operation of a single device (having more than one source of supply). Regulation 514.11.1 C3

7.1.6 Warning label posted in situations where live parts cannot be isolated by the operation of a single device

The requirements of The Electrical Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations 2002 (ESQCR) where it prohibits the connection of a PME facility to any metalwork in a leisure accommodation vehicle including a caravan has not been met. Regulation 708.411.4 C2

15.1 The Electrical Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations 2002 (ESQCR) prohibit the connection of a PME facility to any metalwork in a leisure accommodation vehicle including a caravan has been met. Regulation 708.411.4

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

Cables of LV systems require to be run separately from cables of extra-low voltage systems in so far as reasonably practicable that there is no physical contact between cables of LV and that of extra-low systems. Regulation 721.528.1 C2

21.11 Cables of LV systems have been run separately from cables of ELV systems. Regulation 721.528.1

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

All socket-outlets where subject to waves require protection to be at least IPX6. Regulation 709.553.1.9 C2

16.9 Socket-outlets have a degree of protection of at least IP44 or protection by an enclosure. Where codes AD5 or AD6 are applicable, protection is at least IPX5 or IPX6 respectively. Regulation 709.553.1.9

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Electrical equipment associated with the generator fixing securely and where required mounted on anti-vibration mountings. Regulation 740.551.8 C2

23.24.2 Electrical equipment associated with the generator is securely fixed and where required mounted on anti-vibration mountings. Regulation 740.551.8

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Luminaire supporting coupler(s) on a SELV or PELV system have been used where they are compatible with other plugs on other systems (low voltage) as per Regulation 414.4.3. Regulation 721.410.3.3.1 C2

21.1 The requirements of Section 414 for any portion of a caravan installation operating at extra-low voltage has been met. Regulation 721.410.3.3.1

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

All luminaires and decorative lighting chains require a suitable IP rating and be installed so as not to impair it's ingress protection and is securely fixed to the structure or support and unless designed for the purpose, it's weight is not carried by the supply cable. Regulation 740.55.1.1 C2

23.14 All luminaires and decorative lighting chains have a suitable IP rating and is installed so as not to impair it's ingress protection and is securely fixed to the structure or support and unless designed for the purpose, it's weight is not carried by the supply cable. Regulation 740.55.1.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Socket-outlet(s) on a SELV or PELV system have been used where they are compatible with other plugs on other systems (low voltage). as per Regulation 414.4.3. Regulation 721.410.3.3.1 C2

21.1 The requirements of Section 414 for any portion of a caravan installation operating at extra-low voltage has been met. Regulation 721.410.3.3.1

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

Enclosure of a fixed item of current using equipment damaged in a location containing a swimming pool or other type of basin (e.g fountain) resulting in risk in terms of it's I.P rating. Regulation 702.512.2 C2

10.4 Suitability of electrical equipment for external influences in terms of IP rating for the particular zone. Regulation 702.512.2

10.0 Swimming pools and Other Basins (Section 702)

Light fittings mounted too close to combustible materials. Regulations 422.3.1 & 422.4.2 C2

8.7.3 No signs of overheating to surrounding building fabric

General items of electrical equipment are accessible to livestock. (Does not include equipment for the feeding or watering for livestock). Regulation 705.513.2 C2

13.6 Except for items of electrical equipment used for feeding and water for livestock all other electrical equipment is inaccessible to livestock. Regulation 705.513.2

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

Inappropriate connector(s) used in trunking. Regulations 416.2.1, 421.7 & 526.5 C3

6.6 Cables correctly terminated in enclosures

Mechanical protection for cables is required where they are used in public areas. Regulation 740.521.1 C2

23.9 The requirements for cables and cable management systems have been met. Regulation 740.521.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

ELV transformer(s) and electronic converters require a manual reset protective device (e.g. mcb) installed in the secondary circuit. Regulation 711.55.6 C2

18.15 ELV transformers and electronic converters are mounted out of arm's reach of the public and have adequate ventilation. A manual reset protective device (e.g. mcb) has been installed in the secondary circuit. Regulation 711.55.6

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

A single isolation device is required for the electrical installation of each building or part of a building. Regulation 705.537.2 C2

13.10.1 The electrical installation of each building or part of a building can be isolated by a single isolation device according to Chapter 53. Regulation 705.537.2

13.10 Isolators

For a cable in zone 1 an additional requirement for the wiring of a fountain has not been met where it is required to be selected, installed and provided with mechanical protection to medium severity (AG2) and/or where submerged in water (AD8) IPX8 (cable type H07RN8-F/BS 7919 for a depth of up to 10 metres, for a depth greater than 10 metres the cable manufacturer requires consulting). Regulation 702.522.23 C3

10.5 Additional requirements for the wiring of fountains have been met. Regulation 702.522.23

10.0 Swimming pools and Other Basins (Section 702)

All extraneous-conductive-parts in zones 0, 1 & 2 of a location containing a swimming pool or other type of basin (e.g fountain) require connecting by supplementary protective bonding conductors to the protective conductors of exposed-conductive-parts. Regulation 702.415.2 C2

10.3 Presence of supplementary bonding conductors connecting all extraneous-conductive-parts to the protective conductors of exposed-conductive-parts in accordance with Regulation 415.2. Regulation 702.415.2

10.0 Swimming pools and Other Basins (Section 702)

Casing damaged - live parts exposed to touch. Regulations 416.2.1, 421.7 & 526.5 C1

6.21.3 Connections of live conductors adequately enclosed

All items of electrical equipment, cable(s) and wiring systems within zone(s) of a location containing a swimming pool or other type of basin (e.g fountain) require additional protection by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 Iδn. Regulation 702.410.3.4 C2

10.1 Requirement for additional protection of all low voltage (LV) circuits by an RCD not exceeding 30mA has been met. Regulation 702.410.3.4

10.0 Swimming pools and Other Basins (Section 702)

Electrical equipment / accessory(s) broken exposing live parts. Regulations 416.2.1, 421.7 & 526.5 C1

6.21.3 Connections of live conductors adequately enclosed

Where conduit or a ducting system has been installed in a gas cylinder compartment the conduit or ducting requires to be able to withstand an impact equivalent to AG3 (high severity – reinforced protection). Regulation 717.528.3.4 C2

20.10.3 Where cable(s) have to run through a gas cylinder compartment they are protected against mechanical damage and are capable of withstanding an impact equivalent to AG3 without signs of physical damage. Regulation 717.528.3.4

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

Electrical equipment lid(s) requires fixing screws. Regulation 416.2.1 C3

6.21.3 Connections of live conductors adequately enclosed

Cable(s) insulation damaged exposing live conductors. Regulations 416.1 & 522.6.1 C1

6.3 Condition of insulation of live parts

Where cables are not installed within rigid conduit all cables and flexible conduit requires supporting at intervals not exceeding 0.4 of a metre for vertical runs and 0.25 of a metre for horizontal runs. Regulation 721.522.8.1.3 C3

21.9 Where cables are not enclosed in rigid conduit all cables and flexible conduit is supported at the correct intervals. Regulation 721.522.8.1.3

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

Wiring systems require to be of flexible construction where they are subject to movement. Regulation 740.521.1 C2

23.9 The requirements for cables and cable management systems have been met. Regulation 740.521.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Conduit(s) damaged. C3

6.22 General condition of wiring systems

Cable(s) in luminaire fitting(s) are showing signs of burning/overheating due to internal component(s). Regulation 522.2.100 C2

6.7 Examination of cables for signs of unacceptable thermal and mechanical damage/deterioration

The requirements for Assemblies for Construction Sites (ACS) which comprises of a suitable device for the switching and isolation of the incoming supply having the facility to be locked off or inside a lockable enclosure also comprising of overcurrent protective device(s), fault current protection device(s) and if required, socket-outlet(s) has not been met. Regulation 704.537.2.2 C2

12.6 Requirements for Assemblies for Construction Sites (ACS) have been met. Regulation 704.537.2.2

12.0 Construction and Demolition Site Installations (Section 704)

Warning label – "Danger – circuit(s) having high protective current within" required. Regulations 514.16 & 543.7.1.5 C3

5.21 Presence of other required labelling (specify)

Overload protection has not been provided or is too large where the continuous current carrying capacity of the PV string and/or PV array cables is less than 1.25 times Isc STC. Regulation 712.433.1 C2

19.3 The requirement for overload protection on the d.c side has been met. 712.433

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Insufficient accessibility to electrical equipment where other services have been installed. Regulation 132.12 C3

5.1 Adequacy of working space/accessibility of equipment

ELV transformer(s) and electronic converters require adequate ventilation. Regulation 711.55.6 C2

18.15 ELV transformers and electronic converters are mounted out of arm's reach of the public and have adequate ventilation. A manual reset protective device (e.g. mcb) has been installed in the secondary circuit. Regulation 711.55.6

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Electrical equipment installed on or above a jetty, wharf or pontoon requires to be suitable for atmospheric corrosive (sea salt spray) or polluting substances and/or exposed to exhaust fumes (hydrocarbons). Regulation 709.512.2.1.3 C3

16.2 Suitability of equipment for external influences has been met. Regulations 709.512.2.1,.2,.3, & .4

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Heat resistant cable required. Regulation 522.1.1 C2

6.23 Temperature rating of cable insulation

I.P rated electrical equipment required for the protection against weather, corrosive atmospheres or other adverse conditions – environmental conditions. Regulation 132.5.1 C2

6.25 Suitability of accessories for external influences

Each socket-outlet requires additional protection by RCD(s) disconnecting all poles including the neutral having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 IΔn. Regulation 709.531.2 C2

16.4 Each socket-outlet has individual protection by an RCD not exceeding 30mA. Regulation 709.531.2

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Armour cable gland(s) loose - (armouring not being used as a protective conductor). C3

6.21.4 Adequacy of connection at point of entry to enclosure (gland, bush or similar)

Item of electrical equipment not suitable in terms of it's I.P rating for the environment and external influences in locations containing a swimming pool or other type of basin (e.g fountain) for a particular zone. Regulation 702.512.2 C2

10.4 Suitability of electrical equipment for external influences in terms of IP rating for the particular zone. Regulation 702.512.2

10.0 Swimming pools and Other Basins (Section 702)

The means of connecting the caravan to a caravan pitch socket-outlet requires a cable of a harmonized code designation H05RN-F (BS 7919) or equivalent. Regulation 721.55.2.6 C2

21.21 The means of connecting the caravan to a caravan pitch socket-outlet complies with the relevant requirements. Regulation 721.55.2.6

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Grommets required on accessory metal back boxes. Regulation 522.6.1 C3

6.21.4 Adequacy of connection at point of entry to enclosure (gland, bush or similar)

Lighting circuit (or part there of) - absence of a circuit protective conductor for a circuit having class I or "non-insulated" accessories. Regulation 411.3.1.1 C2

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

A means of isolation is required in each distribution cabinet limiting each isolation switch for a maximum of four socket-outlets. Regulation 709.537.2.1.1 C2

16.8 At least one means of isolation has been installed in each distribution cabinet limiting each isolating switch for a maximum of four socket-outlets. Regulation 709.537.2.1.1

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Transportable floodlights require mounting so that the luminaire is inaccessible. Regulation 740.55.1.4 C2

23.18 Transportable floodlights are mounted so that the luminaire is inaccessible having it's supply cable being a flexible type and protected against mechanical damage. Regulation 740.55.1.4

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Item(s) of current using equipment (e.g low voltage fan not protected by SELV) not suitable for a particular zone in a location containing a bath or shower. Regulation 701.55 C2

9.8 Suitability of current using equipment for particular position within the location. Regulation 701.55

9.0 Location(s) containing a bath or shower (Section 701)

Warning label(s) – “This item of equipment has exposed conductive parts when cover removed – isolate using locking device upstream before removing cover” required where cover can only be removed by unlocking or with the use of a tool. Regulation 514.11 C3

5.21 Presence of other required labelling (specify)

Where cables have to run through a gas cylinder compartment they require protection against mechanical damage by use of conduit or an appropriate ducting system. Regulation 721.528.3.4 C2

21.12.2 The ELV cables and equipment have been constructed and installed to protected against being a potential source of ignition. Regulation 721.528.3.4

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Electrical equipment installed on or above a jetty, wharf or pontoon requires a degree of protection of at least IP3X to protect against the ingress of small objects (AE2). Regulation 709.512.2.1.2 C3

16.2 Suitability of equipment for external influences has been met. Regulations 709.512.2.1,.2,.3, & .4

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Restricted access areas doors provided for closed restricted access do not allow easy evacuation without the use of a key, tool or any other device not being part of the opening mechanism. Regulation 729.3 C3

22.1 For restricted access areas the following applies i) are clearly and visibly marked using appropriate signs ii) do not provide access to unauthorised persons. iii) doors provided for closed restricted access allow easy evacuation without the use of a key, tool or any other device not being part of the opening mechanism. Regulation 729.3

22.0 Operating and Maintenance Gangways (Section 729)

The requirements of a connection from a fixed installation through means provided by simple separation in accordance with Section 413 and Figures 717.4, 717.6 and 717.7 have not been met. Regulation 717.313 C2

20.1.3 Connection through means providing simple separation from a fixed electrical installation in accordance with Section 413 and Figures 717.4, 717.6 and 717.7. Regulation 717.313

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

I.P rated wiring system required for the protection against external influences. Regulation 522 C3

6.12 Wiring system(s) or cable installation methods/practices appropriate to the type and nature of installation and external influences

Radial circuits (including spur sockets connected to a ring main) require earthing improvements (high integrity protective connection) where the total protective current is likely to exceed 10mA (e.g supplying multiple PCs or high frequency fluorescent light fittings). Regulation 543.7.1.103 C2

3.1.3 Adequacy of earthing conductor size

A final circuit for a fixed connection to a houseboat requires individual overload protection device(s). Regulation 709.533 C3

16.7 A final circuit intended for a fixed supply to a houseboat is protected by an individual overcurrent protective device. Regulation 709.533

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Fire alarm cables reliant on PVC supports (may include PVC containment – trunking, conduits etc.) and not supported using metallic systems. Regulation 560.8.1 C2

6.2 Cables correctly supported throughout their length

Electrical equipment situated outside is not suitable for external influences in terms of IP rating for one or more of the following: Presence of water AD4 (water splashes) IPX4, foreign solid bodies AE2 (small objects) IP3X or mechanical stress AG3 (high severity) IK08. Regulation 708512.2 C2

15.2 Suitability of electrical equipment for external influences in terms of IP rating installed outside is compliant. Regulation 708.512.2

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

Gangways longer than 10 metres require means of access from both ends complying with Figure 729.3 and having the doors opening outwards with minimum dimensions of 700mm width and a height of 2000mm. Regulation 729.513.2.3 C3

22.6.1 Gangways longer than 10 m have means of access from both ends complying with Figure 729.3. Regulation 729.513.2.3

22.0 Operating and Maintenance Gangways (Section 729)

Readily accessible isolation is required for electric motors where they might give rise to a hazard. Regulation 711.55.4.1 C2

18.14 Electric motors have been provided with means of isolation readily accessible where they might give rise to a hazard. Regulation 711.55.4.1

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Signs of overheating to conductors and/or terminations in luminaires. Regulation 526.2.(v) C2

8.7.4 No signs of overheating to conductors/terminations

The wiring system has been installed so as to be accessible to livestock or not suitably protected against mechanical damage. Regulation 705.522 C2

13.8 Requirements for the selection and erection of wiring systems in relation to external influences have been met. Regulation 705.5.22

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

Floor sockets require additional protection to withstand the expected traffic load. Regulation 711.55.7 C2

18.16 An adequate number of socket-outlets have been installed and where floor sockets are used they are protected from accidental ingress of water and be able to withstand the expected traffic load. Regulation 711.55.7

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

A final circuit for a fixed connection to a houseboat requires individual protection by an RCD disconnecting all poles including the neutral having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 Iδn. Regulation 709.531.2 C2

16.6 A final circuit intended for a fixed supply to a houseboat has individual protection by an RCD not exceeding 30mA. Regulation 709.531.2

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Electrical part(s) showing signs of arcing. Regulation 526.2 C2

6.24 Condition of accessories including socket-outlets, switches and joint boxes

Where accessories have been used for the suspension of pendant luminaires, they are not suitable for the mass suspended and forces produced with vehicle movement. Regulation 721.55.2.4 C2

21.20 Where accessories have been used for the suspension of pendant luminaires, they are suitable for the mass suspended and forces produced with vehicle movement. Regulation 721.55.2.4

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Exposed-conductive-parts of a SELV circuit(s) have been connected to Earth or to a CPC or exposed-conductive-part(s) of another circuit. Regulation 414.4.4 C2

3.2.1 Source providing at least simple separation

PV string and/or array and/or d.c main cables have not been selected and or erected to minimize the risk of earth faults and/or short-circuits. Regulation 712.522.8.3 C3

19.9 PV cables have been selected and erected to minimize the risk of earth faults and short-circuits. Regulation 712.522.8.3

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

I.P rated accessory(s) required for the protection against weather, corrosive atmospheres or other adverse conditions - environmental conditions. Regulation 132.5.1 C2

6.25 Suitability of accessories for external influences

Suitable cable anchorages are required where strain can be placed upon electrical terminals. Regulation 740.526 C2

23.10 Except where necessary as a connection to a circuit no joints have been made in cable(s). Where joints have been made they are in enclosures with a degree of protection of at least IPXXD or IP4X. Where strain can be placed upon terminals, suitable cable anchorage(s) are incorporated. Regulation 711.526.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

A separate circuit is required for the supply of signs, lamps or exhibits of electrical equipment incorporating discharge lamp installation(s) with an operating voltage higher than 230/400 volts. Regulation 740.55.3.2 C2

20.20.2 A separate circuit has been used to supply the signs, lamps luminous tubes and is controlled by an emergency switch which is easily visible, accessible and marked in accordance with the requirements of the local authority. Regulation 740.55.3.2

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Electrical equipment approved for use in Zone 1 or Zone 2 locations required for areas at risk of fire or potentially explosive atmospheres - environmental conditions. Regulation 132.5.2 C2

6.25 Suitability of accessories for external influences

Cable(s) insulation damaged (not exposing live conductors). Regulation 522.6.1 C3

6.3 Condition of insulation of live parts

All items of electrical equipment, cable(s) and wiring systems within zone(s) of a location containing a sauna heater require additional protection by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 Iδn. Regulation 703.411.33 C2

11.1 Requirement for additional protection for all low voltage (LV) circuits by RCD not exceeding 30mA has been met. Regulation 703.411.33

11.0 Rooms and Cabins Containing Sauna Heaters (Section 703)

The electricity supplier meter equipment requires attention having exposed connections. Regulation 416.2.1 C1

1.5 Metering equipment

For easy evacuation compliance with Figures A729.1 i) where the doors of any equipment inside the location shall close in the direction of the evacuation route and A729.2 ii) gangways shall permit at least a 90 degree opening of equipment doors or hinged panels iii) where doors of equipment when opened are in a fixed position or circuit-breakers have been withdrawn fully (extracted position) for maintenance a minimum distance of 500mm is required between the enclosure door edge or circuit-breaker edge and the opposite limitation of the gangway such as a wall or other equipment have not been met. Annex A729 C3

22.3 For easy evacuation compliance with Figures A729.1 and A729.2 have been met. Annex A729

22.0 Operating and Maintenance Gangways (Section 729)

Where the electrical installation is not intended to be under the supervision of a skilled or instructed person all cables that are encased within solid or stud walls and do not have earthed metallic protection require additional protection provided by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 IΔn. Regulation 522.6.102 C3

6.16 Provision of additional protection by 30 mA RCD for cables concealed in walls or partitions where the installation is not under the supervision of skilled or instructed persons

Devices for isolation require to be able to disconnect all the live conductors (the neutral is a live conductor). Regulation 740.537.2.2 C3

23.13 All devices for isolation disconnects all the live conductors (the neutral is a live conductor). Regulation 740.537.2.2

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Protective device(s) require labelling with correct circuit descriptions. Regulation 514.8.1 C3

5.17 Presence of diagrams, charts or schedules at or near equipment where required

Exposed live parts accessible without the use of a key or tool. Regulation 416.2.4 C1

5.4 Adequacy/security of barriers

Non-compatible cable has been used where insulation piercing lampholders are fitted. Regulation 740.55.1.2 C2

23.16 Where insulation piercing lampholders are used they are the non-removable type once fitted and the cable is compatible. Regulation 740.55.1.3

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

A main disconnector is required which disconnects all live conductors and is placed within easy access in the caravan. Regulation 721.537.2.1.1 C2

21.13 A main disconnector has been provided which disconnects all live conductors and is placed within easy access in the caravan. Regulation 721.537.2.1.1

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Warning label(s) - "Danger - more than one point of isolation" required. Regulation 514.11.1 & 537.2.1.3 C3

5.21 Presence of other required labelling (specify)

Where livestock is kept, conduit, trunking or cable ducting systems require a classification of AF4 (designed for the nature of substances) and be protected against corrosion - Class 2 (medium) for indoor use and Class 4 (high protection) for outdoor use. Regulation 705.522.16 C2

13.9 Requirements for conduit systems, cable trunking systems and cable ducting systems have been met. Regulation 705.522.16

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

Where sheathed flexible cables are used within the unit, the cables require precautionary measures to protect against mechanical damage likely to occur from sharp edged parts or abrasion. Regulation 717.52.2(ii) C2

20.9.2 Sheathed flexible cable(s) have precautionary measures to protect against mechanical damage from sharp edges or abrasion. Regulation 717.52(ii)

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

Warning notices being durable and easily legible require mounting adjacent to each supply inlet conductor stating i) The type of supplies which may be connected to the unit ii) The voltage rating of the unit iii) The number of supplies, phases and their configuration iv) The on-board earthing arrangement v) The maximum power requirement of the unit as per Figure 709.3. Regulation 717.514 C3

20.7 The requirement of a permanent durable notice is fixed to the unit in a prominent position adjacent to each supply inlet connector stating the required information. Regulation 717.514

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

Trunking lid(s) missing exposing non-sheathed cable(s). Regulation 521.10.1 C3

6.4 Non-sheathed cables protected by enclosure in conduit, duct or trunking

Supplementary equipotential bonding conductors are of the type suffering from electrolytic effects. Regulation 705.544.2 C3

13.11 Requirements for the protection of supplementary bonding conductors against mechanical damage and corrosion have been met and have been selected to avoid electrolytic effects. Regulation 705.544.2

13.10 Isolators

Cable(s) in fluorescent/luminaires fittings used for “through wiring” are showing signs of burning/overheating. Regulation 559.6.2 C2

6.7 Examination of cables for signs of unacceptable thermal and mechanical damage/deterioration

In a conducting location where the protective measure is afforded by the use of SELV or PELV the source is required to be situated outside of the conducting location unless the source is part of a fixed installation within the conducting location as provided by item (iii) of Regulation 706.410.3.10 C2

14.3 Where used as a protective measure, requirements for the sources of SELV and PELV are met. Regulation 706.414.3

14.0 Conducting Locations With Restricted Movement (Section 706)

The requirement where irrespective of the number of supplies, there is no interconnection of the line and neutral conductors from different sources downstream of the origin of the temporary electrical installation has not been met. Regulation 740.313.3 C2

23.1 Irrespective of the number of supplies, there is no interconnection of the line and neutral conductors from different sources downstream of the origin of the temporary electrical installation. Regulation 740.313.3

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

The requirements for the only types of wiring which are i) Insulated single-core class 5 flexible cables having multiple fine stranded conductors in non-metallic conduit. ii) Insulated single-core class 2 flexible cables having stranded conductors (minimum of 7 strands) in non-metallic conduit. iii) Sheathed flexible cables have not been met. Regulation 721.521.2 C2

21.7 The requirements for the type of wiring system has been met. Regulation 721.521.2

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

Electrical equipment / accessory(s) too close to water supply. C3

6.25 Suitability of accessories for external influences

The installation of one or more of the following wiring systems on or above a jetty, wharf or pontoon: cables in free air supported by a catenary wire, non-sheathed cables in a cable management system e.g conduit, trunking etc., cables with aluminium conductors or mineral insulated cables should not be used. Regulation 709.521.1.5 C2

16.3 Wiring systems are of the correct type and protection afforded where required. Regulation 709.521

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Copper wire has been inappropriately used as a protective device where fault and/or overload protection is required. Regulations 432.4 & 433.1.1 C2

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

All overhead conductors require to be at least 6 metres above the ground where subject to vehicle movement and 3.5 metres in all other areas. Regulation 708.521.1.2 C2

15.3.3 All overhead conductors are at least 6 m above the ground where areas are subject to vehicle movement and at least 3.5 m in all other areas. Regulation 708.521.1.2

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

Socket-outlets dedicated to lighting circuits require marking according to their purpose. Regulation 740.55.7 C3

23.22.2 Socket-outlets dedicated to lighting circuits are placed out of arm's reach and marked according to their purpose. Regulation 740.55.7

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

All items of electrical equipment, cable(s) and wiring systems in locations containing a bath or shower require additional protection by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 IΔn. Regulation 701.411.3.3 C3

9.1 Additional protection for all low voltage (LV) circuits by RCD not exceeding 30 mA. Regulation 701.411.3.3

9.0 Location(s) containing a bath or shower (Section 701)

Isolator/switch requiring manual operation with the open contacts being clearly visible or reliably indicated, designed and/or installed as to prevent inadvertent or unintentional switching on (able to be locked off), sited for convenient access and durably marked for identification required for mechanical maintenance. Regulation 537.3.2 C2

7.2.3 Capable of being secured in the OFF position

7.2.4 Correct operation verified

7.2.5 Clearly identified by position and/or durable marking(s)

7.2.2 Acceptable location

Cable(s) insulation damaged by rodents exposing live conductors. Regulation 416.1 & 522.10.1 C1

6.3 Condition of insulation of live parts

Isolation devices required to isolate all live conductors including the neutral conductor of circuits that are only used occasionally e.g during harvest time. Regulation 705.537.2 C2

13.10.2 All circuits that maybe used occasionally e.g. during harvest time have a means of isolating all live conductors including the neutral conductor. Regulation 705.537.2

13.10 Isolators

In locations intended for livestock additional protection by supplementary bonding connecting all exposed-conductive-parts to all extraneous-conductive-parts including where applicable metal grid(s) laid in the floor and any concrete reinforcement steel work is required. Regulation 705.415.2.1 C2

13.3 In locations intended for livestock requirements of additional protection by supplementary equipotential bonding have been met. Regulation 705.415.2.1

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

Where used as a protective measure for electrical equipment the requirements of SELV or PELV has not been met having lack of basic insulation or barriers or enclosures affording protection of at least IPXXD or IP4X. Regulation 711.414.4.5 C2

18.6 Where used as a protective measure, requirements for SELV or PELV are met. Regulation 711.414.4.5

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Conduit(s) have loose joints. Regulation 543.3.6 C3

3.1.4 Adequacy of earthing conductor connections

Generating sets producing low voltage (not SELV or PELV) mounted in the unit require to have automatic switching off in case of an accident or isolation by means of an easily accessible emergency switch. Regulation 717.55.3 C2

20.12 Generating sets producing low voltage (not SELV or PELV) mounted in the unit have automatic switching off in case of an accident or isolation by means of an easily accessible emergency switch. Regulation 717.55.3

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

At every amusement device a connection point readily accessible and permanently marked indicating it's rated voltage, rated current and rated frequency is required. Regulation 740.55.8 C3

23.23 At every amusement device there is a connection point readily accessible and permanently marked indicating it's rated voltage, rated current and rated frequency. Regulation 740.55.8

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

The flexible cable connecting the caravan to a caravan pitch socket-outlet requires to have a protective conductor incorporated within the cable. Regulation 721.55.2.6 C2

21.21 The means of connecting the caravan to a caravan pitch socket-outlet complies with the relevant requirements. Regulation 721.55.2.6

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Diagrams and documentation showing the location of all electrical equipment, routing of all concealed cables, single line distribution and locations of bonding connections is not available. Regulation 705.514.9 C3

13.7 Diagrams and documentation showing the information as per regulation 705.514.9.3 has been provided. Regulation 705.514.9

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

Supply cable(s) for transportable floodlights require protection against mechanical damage. Regulation 740.55.1.4 C2

23.18 Transportable floodlights are mounted so that the luminaire is inaccessible having it's supply cable being a flexible type and protected against mechanical damage. Regulation 740.55.1.4

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Shroud(s) required on armoured cable(s). Regulation 543.3.1 C3

6.21.4 Adequacy of connection at point of entry to enclosure (gland, bush or similar)

Insufficient accessibility to electrical equipment. Regulation 132.12 C3

5.1 Adequacy of working space/accessibility of equipment

Cable(s) supplying temporary structure(s) require protection at the origin by an RCD not exceeding 300mA and having a time delay device for discrimination with RCD(s) protecting final circuits. Regulation 711.410.3.4 C2

18.2 Cable(s) supplying temporary structures are protected at the origin by an an RCD not exceeding 300mA and is a time delay device for discrimination with RCDs protecting final circuits. Regulation 711.410.3.4

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Circuits supplying socket-outlet(s) up to and including 32 amps require additional protection by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 Iδn . Regulation 705.411.1 C2

13.1.1 Additional protection for final circuits supplying socket-outlets with a rated current not exceeding 32A by an RCD not exceeding 30mA. Regulation 705.411.1

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

The requirement for electrical equipment installed on or above a jetty, wharf or pontoon in relation to the external influences that, in the opinion of the inspector with regard to the risk of water splashes (AD4) IPX4 or water jets (AD5) IPX5 or water waves (AD6) IPX6 has not been met. Regulation 709.512.2.1.1 C2

16.2 Suitability of equipment for external influences has been met. Regulations 709.512.2.1,.2,.3, & .4

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Electrical installation and/or sections of require a main earthing terminal or bar. Regulation 542.4.1 C3

3.1 Main earthing and bonding arrangements

Supplementary equipotential bonding required in a location containing a bath or shower in a building having a protective equipotential bonding in accordance with Regulation 411.3.1.2 and where all the following conditions have not been met, (i) Regulation 411.3.2 All circuits comply with the requirements for automatic disconnection within the location. (ii) Regulation 701.411.3.3. All circuits in the location have additional protection by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 IΔn. (iii) Regulation 411.3.1.2 All extraneous-conductive-parts within the location are connected effectively to the protective equipotential bonding. Regulation 701.415.2 C2

9.4 Presence of supplementary bonding conductors unless not required by BS 7671: 2008. Regulation 701.415.2

9.0 Location(s) containing a bath or shower (Section 701)

Temporary electrical installations require an automatic disconnection of supply provided by a RCD not exceeding 300 mA. and is a time delay type where required to discriminate with downstream RCDs protecting final circuits. Regulation 740.410.3 C2

23.2 Temporary electrical installations have an automatic disconnection of supply provided by a RCD not exceeding 300 mA and is a time delay type where required to discriminate with downstream RCDs protecting final circuits. Regulation 740.410.3

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Item of electrical equipment not suitable in terms of it's I.P rating for the environment and external influences in locations containing a sauna heater for a particular zone. Regulation 703.512.2 C2

11.3 Suitability of electrical equipment for external influences in terms of IP rating for the particular zone. Regulation 703.512.2

11.0 Rooms and Cabins Containing Sauna Heaters (Section 703)

A fire-fighter's switch for an exterior installation requires positioning outside of the building adjacent to the equipment or a notice adjacent to the equipment indicating the position of the switch and a notice adjacent to the switch clearly indicating it's purpose. For an interior installation the switch is required to be positioned in the main entrance or in a position agreed with the local fire authority with the switch to be in a conspicuous position reasonably accessible to fire-fighters at no more than 2.75metres from the ground or standing beneath the switch. Where more than one switch is installed each switch is to be clearly marked to indicate the part of the installation it controls. Regulation 537.6.3 C3

7.3.2 Acceptable location

Item of fixed item of current using equipment requires a more secure method of fixing. Regulation 134.1.1 C2

8.5 Security of fixing

Restricted access areas nor secure – access to unauthorised persons. Regulation 729.3 C2

22.1 For restricted access areas the following applies i) are clearly and visibly marked using appropriate signs ii) do not provide access to unauthorised persons. iii) doors provided for closed restricted access allow easy evacuation without the use of a key, tool or any other device not being part of the opening mechanism. Regulation 729.3

22.0 Operating and Maintenance Gangways (Section 729)

Incorrect type of lamps fitted to luminaires. C2

8.7.1 Correct type of lamps fitted

Plug(s) and socket-outlet(s) on a SELV system have a protective conductor contact. Regulation 414.4.3 C2

4.7 Electrical separation for one or more item(s) of equipment

Socket(s) being used for entertainment purposes in respect of an entertainment licence require additional RCD protection having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 IΔn. Regulation 415.1.1 C2

5.11 RCD(s) provided for fault protection - includes RCBOs

Where used as a protective measure the requirements of SELV or PELV has not been met. Regulation 704.414.4 C2

12.5 Where used as a protective measure, requirements for SELV or PELV are met. Regulation 704.414.4

12.0 Construction and Demolition Site Installations (Section 704)

Grommets required on electrical equipment. Regulation 522.6.1 C3

5.24 Protection against mechanical damage where cables enter equipment

An adequate number of sockets has not been provided. Regulation 740.55.7 C3

23.22.1 An adequate number of socket-outlets have been installed. Regulation 740.55.7

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Each socket-outlet requires an individual overcurrent protective device(s). Regulation 709.553 C3

16.5 Each socket-outlet is protected by an individual overcurrent protective device. Regulation 709.553

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Cable(s) that are concealed in partition walls with which the internal construction includes metallic parts other than metallic fixings such as nails, screws etc. irrespective of the depth of the cable(s) and not intended to be under the supervision of a skilled or instructed person, all cable(s) not having an earthed metallic covering, enclosed in earthed conduit, trunking or ducting require additional protection provided by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 IΔn. Regulation 522.6.103 C3

6.15 Concealed cables incorporating earthed armour or sheath, or run within an earthed wiring system, or otherwise protected against mechanical damage caused by nails, screws and the like where not in prescribed zones or not protected by 30 mA RCD (see extent and limitations)

Neutrals require to be re-connected in the correct order or marked as per Regulation 514.5.1 so that there is no possibility of confusion. Regulation 514.1.2 C3

6.1 Identification of conductors

Switchgear and/or control-gear not intended to be used by ordinary persons require enclosing in a cabinet that can only be opened by a key or use of a tool. Regulation 711.51 C2

18.8 Switchgear and control-gear not intended for use by ordinary persons are placed in closed cabinets that can only be opened by use of a key or tool. Regulation 711.51

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Earth sleeving required in electrical equipment. Regulations 134.1.3, 514.4.2 & 514.4.6 C3

6.1 Identification of conductors

The requirements for the earthing arrangement in accordance with Regulation 542.1 where a TN, TT or IT system supplied by a generator and, where earth electrodes are used in accordance with Regulation 542.2 have not been met. Regulation 740.551.8 C2

23.24.3 The requirements for the earthing arrangement in accordance with Regulation 542.1 where a TN, TT or IT system supplied by a generator and, where earth electrodes are used in accordance with Regulation 542.2 have been met. Regulation 740.551.8

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Where the public have access, armoured cables or mechanical protection for flexible cables is required. Regulation 711.52 C2

18.9 Armoured cables have been used or mechanical protection provided for flexible cables where the public has access.. Regulation 711.52

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Where cables are exposed to direct sunlight they are required to be of the correct type or protected against solar and/or ultraviolet radiation. Regulation 522.11.1 C3

6.13 Cables where exposed to direct sunlight, of a suitable type

Conduit used as a circuit protective conductor badly corroded. Regulation 543.2.5 C2

3.1.4 Adequacy of earthing conductor connections

Where luminaires are fixed directly to the structure or lining of the caravan, where applicable provision is required for a pendant luminaire to be secure to prevent damage when the caravan is in motion. Regulation 721.55.2.4 C2

21.19 Luminaires are fixed directly to the structure or lining of the caravan and where applicable, provision has been made for a pendant luminaire to be secure to prevent damage when the caravan is in motion. Regulation 721.55.2.4

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Where a main switch (main isolator for the installation) is intended to be used by ordinary person(s) e.g household or a similar installation all live conductors (the neutral is a live conductor) shall be switched. Regulation 537.1.4 C3

5.8 Presence of main switch(es), linked where required

Cover missing on junction/terminal box – live parts accessible. Regulation 416.2.1 C1

6.21.3 Connections of live conductors adequately enclosed

All overhead conductors require to be insulated. Regulation 708.521.1.2 C1

15.3.1 All overhead conductors are insulated. Regulation 708.521.1.2

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

Cover missing on electrical equipment exposing live parts. Regulations 416.2.1, 421.7 & 526.5 C1

6.21.3 Connections of live conductors adequately enclosed

Neutral(s) requires correct phase identification. Regulations 134.1.3 & 514.3.1 C3

6.1 Identification of conductors

Enclosure of a fixed item of current using equipment damaged resulting in risk in terms of it's I.P rating. Section 512 C2

8.1 Condition of equipment in terms of IP rating

Isolators for general isolation not local to the item off equipment require the ability to be secured in the OFF position. Regulation 537.2.1.2 C3

7.1.3 Capable of being secured in the OFF position

Electrical equipment main switch requires "On - Off" legend. Regulation 537.2.2.2 C3

5.21 Presence of other required labelling (specify)

Each socket-outlet requires an individual overcurrent protective device(s). Regulation 708.553.1.12 C3

15.5.5 Each socket-outlet is protected by an individual overcurrent protective device in accordance with the requirements of Chapter 43. Regulation 708.553.1.12

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

CPC sleeving required in accessory(s). Regulations 134.1.3, 514.4.2 & 514.4.6 C3

6.1 Identification of conductors

Electrical equipment (switches etc.) not suitable for the particular zone in which it is situated in a location containing a bath or shower. Regulation 701.512.3 C2

9.7 Suitability of equipment for installation in a particular zone. Regulation 701.512.3

9.0 Location(s) containing a bath or shower (Section 701)

Cable(s) have been installed in long vertical runs of trunking and are at risk of damage due to their weight or it's weight damaging other cable(s), cable(s) require support by suitable means at appropriate intervals. Regulations 522.8.4 & 522.8.5 C3

6.2 Cables correctly supported throughout their length

In a conducting location with restricted movement, hand-held tools and/or item(s) of mobile equipment the requirement of a protective measure of either electrical separation or SELV has not been met. Regulation 706.410.3.10 C2

14.1 Requirements for the supplies to hand-held tools, items of mobile equipment, hand-lamps and for fixed equipment have been met. Regulation 706.410.3.10

14.0 Conducting Locations With Restricted Movement (Section 706)

Armoured cable gland(s) do not have star and/or earth washer(s) bolted to the equipment where there is risk of loosening due to vibration. Regulations 526.1, 543.2.5 & Appendix 5 C3

6.21.4 Adequacy of connection at point of entry to enclosure (gland, bush or similar)

Socket-outlets need to be sited as close as possible to each berth having one socket for each berth to avoid tripping hazards due to long extension cords. Regulations 709.553.1.9, 10 & 11 C3

16.10 Every socket is located as close as possible to the berth to be supplied having one socket for each berth and to avoid tripping hazards due to long connection cords, a maximum of four socket-outlets are grouped together in one enclosure. Regulations 709.553.1.9, 10, & 11

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Enclosure of a fixed item of current using equipment damaged in a location containing a sauna heater resulting in risk in terms of it's I.P rating. Regulation 703.512.2 C2

11.3 Suitability of electrical equipment for external influences in terms of IP rating for the particular zone. Regulation 703.512.2

11.0 Rooms and Cabins Containing Sauna Heaters (Section 703)

Protective device(s) removed exposing live terminals. Regulation 416.2.1 C1

5.3 Condition of insulation of live parts

Conductor(s) require phase identification. Regulations 134.1.3 & 514.3.1 C3

6.1 Identification of conductors

Mechanical protection for cable(s) where crossing a site road or walkway(s) required. Regulation 704.522.8.10 C2

12.4 Wiring systems are of the correct type and protection afforded where required. Regulation 704.52

12.0 Construction and Demolition Site Installations (Section 704)

Where temporary electrical installations have been installed protection against external influences such as water and/or mechanical stresses are required. Regulation 711.32 C2

18.1 Where temporary electrical installations have been erected the external influences have been taken into account. Regulation 711.32

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Inappropriate cable lug(s) used. Regulation 526.2 C3

6.6 Cables correctly terminated in enclosures

Cable(s) in equipment/accessory(s) are showing signs of burning/overheating due to adjacent heat source(s). Regulation 522.2.1 C2

6.7 Examination of cables for signs of unacceptable thermal and mechanical damage/deterioration

Cable(s) showing signs of burning. Regulation 526.2 (v) C2

6.7 Examination of cables for signs of unacceptable thermal and mechanical damage/deterioration

Socket-outlets type require compliance with BS EN 60309-1 or BS EN 60309-2 or where the rated current does not exceed 20 amps BS 1363 or BS 546. Regulation 705.533.1 C2

13.12 Socket-outlets used in agriculture and horticulture premises are of the correct type. Regulation 705.553.1

13.10 Isolators

Unable to remove cover on electrical equipment. Regulation 526.3 C3

5.1 Adequacy of working space/accessibility of equipment

Socket outlets require two separate earth terminals to enable earth wires to be connected independently where the total protective current is likely to exceed 10mA (e.g where sockets are supplying multiple PCs and associated equipment). Regulation 543.7.1.104 C2

3.1.4 Adequacy of earthing conductor connections

All socket-outlets require a protection of IP44 or installed in an enclosure affording the equivalent protection. Regulation 709.553.1.9 C2

16.9 Socket-outlets have a degree of protection of at least IP44 or protection by an enclosure. Where codes AD5 or AD6 are applicable, protection is at least IPX5 or IPX6 respectively. Regulation 709.553.1.9

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

The requirements of The Electrical Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations 2002 (ESQCR) where it prohibits the connection of a PME facility to any metalwork in a caravan or similar construction has not been met. Regulation 740.411.4.1 C2

23.3 A PME earthing facility has not been used for an installation falling within this scope. Regulation 740.411.4.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Electrical equipment provided and installed on the d.c side is not suitable for direct voltage and direct current. Regulation 712.512.1.1 C2

19.6 Electrical equipment on the d.c. side is suitable for direct voltage and direct current. Regulation 712.512.1.1

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Circuit not located - requires tracing, identifying and source labelling up. Regulation 514.9.1 FI

5.17 Presence of diagrams, charts or schedules at or near equipment where required

The electricity supplier meter equipment requires attention – suspicion of loose connections. Regulation 134.1.5 C2

1.5 Metering equipment

Unable to gain access to the earthing conductor connection. Regulation 543.3.2 C3

3.1.5 Accessibility of earthing conductor connections

All poles and/or supports for overhead wiring require locating or protection against damage by vehicles. Regulation 708.521.2 C2

15.3.2 All poles and supports for overhead wiring are located or protected against damage by vehicles. Regulation 708.521.2

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

RCD/RCBOs will not operate manually – functional check. Regulation 612.13.2 C2

5.15 Confirmation that integral test button(s)/switch causes RCD(s) to trip when operated (functional check)

PV array cables have not been selected and or erected to minimize the risk of earth faults and/or short-circuits. Regulation 712.522.8.3 C3

19.9 PV cables have been selected and erected to minimize the risk of earth faults and short-circuits. Regulation 712.522.8.3

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Secondary insulation of cable(s) not brought into electrical equipment - inner insulation showing although not accessible to touch or likely to come into contact with metal work. Regulation 521.10.1 C3

6.21.2 No basic insulation of a conductor visible outside an enclosure

Electrical equipment requires an earthing terminal bar and all earth’s connecting to it. Regulation 526.1 C3

3.1 Main earthing and bonding arrangements

Accessory(s) exposed to moisture require to be constructed or enclosed having a degree of protection of not less than IP44. Regulation 721.55.2.3 C2

21.18 Where an accessory is exposed to moisture it is constructed or enclosed having a degree of protection of not less than IP44. Regulation 721.55.2.3

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Electrical discharge lamp equipment incorporating signs, tubes or lamps with an operating voltage higher than 230/400 volts requires installing out of arm's reach or adequately protected against risk of injury to persons. Regulation 711.559.4.4.1 C2

18.18.1 Installations incorporating signs, tubes or lamps are installed out of arm's reach or are adequately protected to reduce risk of injury. Regulation 711.559.4.4.1

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Ring main has spurred sockets wired from spurred sockets without a fused connection unit being used for overload protection at the source of the first spur. Regulation 433.1 & Appendix 15 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

Electrical equipment switch/isolator damaged. Regulations 132.15.1 & 537.2.2.1 C2

5.9 Operation of main switch(es) (functional check)

There is a risk of ignition within the gas cylinder compartment due to the construction and/or method of installation of the ELV equipment and/or ELV wiring serving the operation of the gas cylinder Regulation 717.528.3.4 C2

20.10.2 Within any LPG gas cylinder compartment only ELV cables and equipment have been installed that serves the operation of the gas cylinder or is for use within the compartment. The ELV cables and equipment have been constructed and installed to protect against being a potential source of ignition. Regulation 717.528.3.4

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

Fire alarm panel requires wiring on separate circuit wired from the electricity supply in-comer position. Regulation 560.7.1 C3

6.12 Wiring system(s) or cable installation methods/practices appropriate to the type and nature of installation and external influences

All lamps in shooting galleries and other sideshows where projectiles are used require suitable protection. Regulation 740.55.1.3 C2

23.17 All lamps in shooting galleries and other sideshows where projectiles are used are suitably protected. Regulation 740.55.1.3

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

All electrical equipment requires a minimum degree of IP44 protection or placed in an enclosure having a rating of IP44. Regulation 705.512.2 C2

13.5 Suitability of electrical equipment and positioning of socket-outlets for external influences. Regulation 705.512.2

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

Cable management system(s) suffering ingress of water, requires installation of drainage holes. Regulation 709.521.1.6 C2

16.3 Wiring systems are of the correct type and protection afforded where required. Regulation 709.521

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Joints of electrical connections require being made in appropriate enclosure(s) having a degree of protection of at least IPXXD or IP4X. Regulation 711.526.1 C2

18.11 Except where necessary as a connection to a circuit no joints have been made in cable(s). Where joints have been made they are in enclosures with a degree of protection of at least IPXXD or IP4X. Where strain can be placed upon terminals, suitable cable anchorage(s) are incorporated. Regulation 711.526.1

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Where the neutral conductor has a cross-sectional area less than the cross-sectional area of the line conductors it is required that the neutral conductor is provided with over-current protection appropriate to the size of the neutral conductor. The neutral over-current detection is required to disconnect all of the line conductors, but not necessarily the neutral conductor. Regulation 431.2.1 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

Phases entering ferrous equipment through different holes. Regulation 521.5.1 C2

5.25 Protection against electromagnetic effects where cables enter metallic enclosures

An adequate number of sockets have not been provided. Regulation 711.55.7 C2

18.16 An adequate number of socket-outlets have been installed and where floor sockets are used they are protected from accidental ingress of water and be able to withstand the expected traffic load. Regulation 711.55.7

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Where metal (non-flame propagating) wiring systems such as conduit, trunking, ducting etc. having an internal cross-sectional area >710.00mm (>32.00mm diam. conduit) penetrate ceilings, walls, floors etc. of the building construction which has a specified fire-resistance, the wiring system requires sealing internally to the same specification of the fire resistance specified before penetration. Regulation 527.2.3 C3

6.18 Provision of fire barriers, sealing arrangements and protection against thermal effects

Where wiring and wiring system(s) passes through openings or holes made to allow passage through walls, ceilings, floors etc. the openings or holes require sealing where the integrity of the fire resistance has been compromised. Regulation 527.2.1 C2

6.18 Provision of fire barriers, sealing arrangements and protection against thermal effects

Cable(s) entering the unit require protection by an insulating inlet to protect against damage to the insulation of the cable or fault which might energize any exposed-conductive-parts of the unit. Regulation 717.52.1 C2

20.8 Suitability of the cable connecting the unit to the supply is of the correct size, type and has been installed to meet the requirements. Regulation 717.52.1

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

The electrical inlet should not be installed at 1.8 metres or more above the ground level on which the caravan sits. Regulation 721.55.1 C3

21.15 The electrical inlet(s) comply with BS EN 60309-1 and if interchangeability is required, to comply with BS EN 60309-2 have been installed i) at not more than 1.8 m above ground level ii) in a readily accessible position iii) have a minimum degree of IP44 protection with or without a connector engaged and iv) does not protrude significantly beyond the body of the caravan. Regulation 721.55.1.2

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Non-compatible cable has been used where insulation piercing lampholders are fitted. Regulation 711.559.4.3 C2

18.17 Where insulation piercing lampholders are used they are the non-removable type once fitted having a compatible cable. Regulation 711.559.4.3

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Luminaires and decorative lighting chains mounted below arm's reach (2.5metres) from floor level or otherwise accessible require adequate fixing and sited or guarded to prevent injury to persons or risk of fire by ignition of materials. Regulation 740.55.1.1 C2

23.15 All luminaires and decorative lighting chains mounted below arm's reach (2.5 m) from floor level or otherwise accessible are adequately fixed and sited or guarded to prevent injury or ignition of materials and having access to the fixed light source by the removal of a barrier or enclosure by the use of a tool. Regulation 740.55.1.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Local isolation required. Regulation 537.2 C2

7.1.1 Presence and condition of appropriate devices

Each socket-outlet requires additional protection by RCD(s) disconnecting all poles including the neutral having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 Iδn. Regulation 708.553.1.13 C2

15.5.6 Each socket-outlet has individual protection by an RCD not exceeding 30mA. Regulation 708.553.1.13

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

Where practicable main equipotential bonding conductor(s) require connecting within 600mm of the meter outlet union or at the point of entry to the building if the meter is external and before any branch pipework. Regulation 544.1.2 C3

3.1.7 Adequacy of main protective bonding conductor connections

An IT earthing system is being used within the unit, the requirements of a means of protection by the use of a transformer providing simple separation with an RCD and an earth electrode have not been met. Regulation 717.411.6.2 C2

20.5.2 By use of a transformer providing simple separation with an RCD and an earth electrode. Regulation 717.411.6.2

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

for electrical equipment in zone 0 an additional requirement for the wiring of a fountain has not been met where a cable is required to be installed as far outside the basin rim as far as reasonably practicable and/or being run to the electrical equipment inside zone 0 by the shortest practicable route. Regulation 702.522.23 C3

10.5 Additional requirements for the wiring of fountains have been met. Regulation 702.522.23

10.0 Swimming pools and Other Basins (Section 702)

Electrical equipment main switch damaged. Regulations 132.15.1 & 537.1.4 C2

5.9 Operation of main switch(es) (functional check)

Except for cables within an amusement device all cables require a minimum rated voltage of 450 / 750 volts. Regulation 740.521.1 C3

23.9 The requirements for cables and cable management systems have been met. Regulation 740.521.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Socket-outlet(s) require to be positioned where they are unlikely to come into contact with combustible material. Regulation 705.512.2 C2

13.5 Suitability of electrical equipment and positioning of socket-outlets for external influences. Regulation 705.512.2

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

Socket-outlet(s) on a SELV or PELV system have been used where they are compatible with other plugs on other systems (low voltage). Regulation 414.4.3 C2

3.2.2 Plugs, socket-outlets and the like not interchangeable with those of other systems within the premises

ELV transformer(s) and electronic converters require a manual reset protective device (e.g. mcb) installed in the secondary circuit. Regulation 740.55.5 C2

23.21 ELV transformers and electronic converters have adequate ventilation and are mounted out of arm's reach or be installed where there is controlled access . A manual reset protective device (e.g. mcb) has been installed in the secondary circuit. Regulation 740.55.5

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Warning notices being durable and easily legible for “Instructions for Electricity Supply” require mounting in the appropriate locations. Figure 709.3 C3

16.14 A permanent durable warning notice remaining easily legible throughout the life of the installation (Fig 709.3) for the “Instructions for Electricity Supply” has been mounted in the appropriate locations.

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

An RCD for the automatic disconnection of the supply is required. Regulation 717.411.1 C2

20.2 The requirement of automatic disconnection of the supply by means of a RCD has been provided. Regulation 717.411.1

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

Circuit protective conductor(s) require sleeving. Regulations 134.1.3, 514.4.2 & 514.4.6 C3

6.1 Identification of conductors

The requirements of a connection to a low voltage generating set in accordance with Section 551 and Figures 717.1 and 717.2 have not been met. Regulation 717.313 C2

20.1.1 Connection to a low voltage generating set in accordance with Section 551 and Figures 717.1 and 717.2. Regulation 717.313

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

Unused cables require disconnecting from the fuse way(s) and removing completely or connecting down to earth at both beginning and end of circuit (where they are exposed conductors not enclosed in an item of electrical equipment or insulated which may give rise to a shock due to induced current). Regulation 131.2.1 C2

6.3 Condition of insulation of live parts

Protective device(s) damaged exposing live terminals. Regulation 416.2.1 C1

5.3 Condition of insulation of live parts

Wiring system(s) (cables, conduit, trunking etc.) suffering damage caused by ingress of water or condensation – requires appropriate I.P rated systems for the environment. Regulation 522.3.1 C3

6.12 Wiring system(s) or cable installation methods/practices appropriate to the type and nature of installation and external influences

Device(s) for emergency isolating/switching require to be readily accessible at locations where a danger might occur, and where appropriate, at any other additional locations where the danger can be removed. Regulation 537.4.2.5 C2

7.3.2 Acceptable location

Supplementary equipotential bonding conductors suffering corrosion. Regulation 705.544.2 C3

13.11 Requirements for the protection of supplementary bonding conductors against mechanical damage and corrosion have been met and have been selected to avoid electrolytic effects. Regulation 705.544.2

13.10 Isolators

The electrical inlet requires a minimum degree of IP44 protection with or without a connector engaged. Regulation 721.55.1 C2

21.15 The electrical inlet(s) comply with BS EN 60309-1 and if interchangeability is required, to comply with BS EN 60309-2 have been installed i) at not more than 1.8 m above ground level ii) in a readily accessible position iii) have a minimum degree of IP44 protection with or without a connector engaged and iv) does not protrude significantly beyond the body of the caravan. Regulation 721.55.1.2

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Electrical heating appliances have been fixed or sited so as not to maintain an appropriate distance from livestock and/or combustible material for the protection against fire and/or burns. Regulation 705.422 C2

13.4 Measures applied for the protection against fire by the appropriate distances of electrical heating appliances and provision of RCD(s) not exceeding 300mA have been met. Regulation 705.422

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

In a conducting location where the protective measure of electrical separation is employed, unless the source is part of a fixed installation within the conducting location as provided by item (iii) of Regulation 706.410.3.10 the unearthed source requires simple separation and be situated outside of the conducting location. Regulation 706.413.1.2 C2

14.2 Where the use of electrical separation has been used as a protective measure the unearthed source has simple separation and is situated outside of the conducting location that has restricted movement. Regulation 706.413.1.2

14.0 Conducting Locations With Restricted Movement (Section 706)

Electrical equipment installed on or above a jetty, wharf or pontoon requires protection against mechanical damage (impact of medium severity AG2) Regulation 709.512.2.1.4 C2

16.2 Suitability of equipment for external influences has been met. Regulations 709.512.2.1,.2,.3, & .4

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

The relevant information as shown by Figure 753 for the user of the installation has not been supplied or is missing. Regulation 753.514 C3

24.2 The relevant information for the user of the installation has been supplied as shown by Figure 753. Regulation 753.514

24.0 Floor and Ceiling Heating Systems (Section 753)

The sides and bottom of any enclosures or barriers containing live parts require a minimum degree of protection of at least IP2X. Regulation 416.2.1 C2

5.5 Condition of enclosure(s) in terms of IP rating

Where used as a protective measure for electrical equipment in locations containing a swimming pool or other type of basin (e.g fountain) the requirements of SELV or PELV has not been met. Regulation 702.414 C2

10.2 Where used as a protective measure, requirements for SELV or PELV are met. Regulation 702.414.4

10.0 Swimming pools and Other Basins (Section 702)

All socket-outlets supplied at extra-low voltage requires it's voltage to be visibly marked. Regulation 721.55.2.2 C3

21.17 All socket-outlets supplied at extra-low voltage has it's voltage visibly marked. Regulation 721.55.2.2

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Where there is risk of voltages induced by lightning wiring loops have not been kept as small as possible. Regulation 712.444.4.4 C2

19.5 Wiring loops are as small as possible to minimize voltages induced by lightning. Regulation 712.444.4.4

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Shaver socket(s) do not comply with BS EN 61558-2-5 or BS 3535 where positioned in a location containing a bath or shower. Regulation 701.512.3 C2

9.3 Shaver sockets comply with BS EN 61558-2-5 or BS 3535. Regulation 701.512.3

9.0 Location(s) containing a bath or shower (Section 701)

Armour cable gland(s) loose - armouring being used as a protective conductor. Regulation 543.2.6 C2

6.21.4 Adequacy of connection at point of entry to enclosure (gland, bush or similar)

Closed restricted access areas with a length exceeding 20 metres require accessibility by doors at both ends complying with Figure 729.3. and having the doors opening outwards with minimum dimensions of 700mm width and a height of 2000mm. Regulation 729.513.2.3 C3

22.6.2 Closed restricted access areas with a length exceeding 20 m have accessibility by doors at both ends complying with Figure 729.3. Regulation 729.513.2.3

22.0 Operating and Maintenance Gangways (Section 729)

Where corrosive substances are present e.g in dairies or cattle sheds electrical equipment and/or wiring systems require additional protection. Regulation 705.512.2 C2

13.5 Suitability of electrical equipment and positioning of socket-outlets for external influences. Regulation 705.512.2

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

Socket-outlet(s) require to be conveniently accessible and installed adjacent to mobile equipment. Regulation 553.1.7 C3

7.1.2 Acceptable location

In a conducting location with restricted movement the supply to fixed equipment require the following protective measure of either: automatic disconnection of supply with supplementary bonding connecting all exposed-conductive-parts of fixed equipment and the conductive parts of the location or by use of Class II equipment having additional protection of the supply circuits by use of RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 Iδn having the RCD(s) outside of the location or electrical separation or SELV or PELV provided equipotential bonding is connecting the PELV system to all exposed-conductive-parts and extraneous conductive parts. Regulation 706.410.3.10 C2

14.1 Requirements for the supplies to hand-held tools, items of mobile equipment, hand-lamps and for fixed equipment have been met. Regulation 706.410.3.10

14.0 Conducting Locations With Restricted Movement (Section 706)

Electrical equipment requires mounting in a permanent fashion or re-fixing where it has become loose. Regulation 530.4.1 C3

5.2 Security of fixing

Earthing required for gland plate. Regulation 411.3.1.1 C3

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

All circuit protective conductors are required to be incorporated within a multicore cable or in a conduit together with the live conductors. Regulation 721.543.2.3 C3

21.14 All circuit protective conductors are incorporated within a multicore cable or in a conduit together with the live conductors. Regulation 721.543.2.3

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Warning label(s) - RCD test label required at or near the origin of the supply. Regulation 514.12.2 C3

5.16 Presence of RCD quarterly test notice at or near equipment where required

Electrical equipment (switches, sockets etc.) has been installed inside of the location containing a sauna heater. Regulation 703.537.5 C2

11.5 Suitability and positioning of switch-gear and control-gear which forms part of the sauna equipment or other equipment installed in zone 2 has been installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Other switchgear and control-gear for lighting etc. is located outside of the sauna room or cabin and socket-outlets have not been installed within the location containing the sauna heater. Regulation 703.537.5

11.0 Rooms and Cabins Containing Sauna Heaters (Section 703)

Live parts require to be inside enclosures or behind barriers providing a minimum degree of protection of IPXXB where live parts can be touched. Regulation 416.2.1 C1

5.5 Condition of enclosure(s) in terms of IP rating

Electrical equipment and wiring other than ELV equipment and ELV wiring for the gas control supply shall not be stored in gas cylinder storage compartment(s). Regulation 717.528.3.4 C2

20.10.1 Except for ELV equipment for gas control supply no electrical equipment is stored in gas cylinder storage compartment(s). Regulation 717.528.3.4

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

Luminaires mounted below arm's reach (2.5metres) from the floor or otherwise accessible require having access to the fixed light source by the removal of a barrier or an enclosure by the use of a tool. Regulation 711.559.5 C2

18.19 Luminaires mounted below arm's reach (2.5 m) from floor level or otherwise accessible are adequately fixed and sited or guarded to prevent injury or ignition of materials. Regulation 711.559.5

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Cable(s) or wiring systems showing signs of damage by fauna (rodents) Regulation 522.10.1 C3

6.12 Wiring system(s) or cable installation methods/practices appropriate to the type and nature of installation and external influences

Where a socket-outlet and it's enclosure forms part of the pitch supply equipment it is required to comply with BS EN 60309-2 and have a degree of protection of at least IP44. Regulation 708.553.1.8 C2

15.5.1 Each socket-outlet and it's enclosure forming part of the pitch supply equipment complies with BS EN 60309-2 and meets the degree of at least IP44. Regulation 708.553.1.8

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

Instructions for use is required so that the caravan can be used safely comprising of i) a description of the installation. ii) a description of the RCD(s) and the use of the test button(s). iii) a description of the function of the main isolating switch. iv) a text permanently fixed near the main isolating switch inside the caravan “Instructions for electricity supply” as per Figure 721 . Regulation 721514.1 C3

21.6 Instructions for use has been provided. Regulation 721.514.1

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

PV d.c main cables have not been selected and or erected to minimize the risk of earth faults and/or short-circuits. Regulation 712.522.8.3 C3

19.9 PV cables have been selected and erected to minimize the risk of earth faults and short-circuits. Regulation 712.522.8.3

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

All electrical equipment requires a minimum degree of IP44 protection or placed in an enclosure having a rating of IP44. Regulation 740.512.2 C2

23.8 Electrical equipment has a degree of protection of at least IP44. Regulation 740.512.2

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Cable(s) connecting the unit to the supply require to be flexible and in accordance with H07RN-F (BS 7919) or of an equivalent design. Regulation 717.52.1 C2

20.8 Suitability of the cable connecting the unit to the supply is of the correct size, type and has been installed to meet the requirements. Regulation 717.52.1

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

A readily accessible and identifiable means of isolation is required for distribution circuit(s) supplying outdoor installation(s). The means of isolation requires selecting and erecting in accordance with Regulation 537.2. Regulation 740.537.2.1.1 C2

23.12 Every separate temporary electrical installation for amusement devices and distribution circuit(s) supplying outdoor installation(s) has been provided with it's own readily accessible and identifiable means of isolation. Regulation 740.537.2.1.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Where insulation piercing lampholders are being used they are required to be of the non-removable type once fitted. Regulation 740.55.1.2 C3

23.16 Where insulation piercing lampholders are used they are the non-removable type once fitted and the cable is compatible. Regulation 740.55.1.3

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Emergency isolation/switching required to isolate the supply to remove an unexpected dangerous condition or occurrence. Regulation 537.4.1.1 C2

7.3.1 Presence and condition of appropriate devices

Where unsheathed flexible cables are used within the unit, the cables require protection by being installed in either conduit, trunking or ducting for mechanical protection. Regulation 717.52.2(i) C2

20.9.1 Unsheathed flexible cable(s) to BS 6004 or BS 7211 installed in either conduit, trunking or ducting to the appropriate BS EN requirements. Regulation 717.52.2(i)

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

Band I voltage cable(s) that are not insulated for the highest voltage present contained within the same wiring system as Band II low voltage (greater than 50V and less than or equal to 600V Uo a.c or greater than 120V and less than or equal to 900V between conductors and earth) - requires mechanical separation. Regulation 528.1 C2

6.19 Band II cables segregated/separated from Band I cables

Where insulation piercing lampholders are being used they are required to be of the non-removable type once fitted. Regulation 711.559.4.3 C3

18.17 Where insulation piercing lampholders are used they are the non-removable type once fitted having a compatible cable. Regulation 711.559.4.3

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Locations where there is risk of fire due to the nature of processed or stored materials, (with the exception of mineral insulated cables, busbar trunking systems and powertrack systems), cables and wiring systems (conduit, trunking etc.) require additional protection against insulation faults by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) =<300mA. Regulation 422.3.9 C2

5.13 RCD(s) provided for protection against fire - includes RCBOs

Fire alarm panel supply requires wiring in fire resistant cable. Regulation 560.8.1 C3

6.12 Wiring system(s) or cable installation methods/practices appropriate to the type and nature of installation and external influences

Circuit leaves electrical equipment in one type of cable and ends in another type - joint inaccessible. Regulation 526.3 FI

6.22 General condition of wiring systems

A socket-outlet protective conductor has been connected to a PME earthing facility. Regulation 709.553.1.14 C2

16.13 The requirement that socket-outlet protective conductors have not been connected to a PME facility have been met. Regulation 709.553.1.14

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Local means of isolation required for emergency purposes. Regulation 537.4.1.1 C2

7.3.1 Presence and condition of appropriate devices

The maximum allowed operating voltage of the PV modules (Uoc STC of the PV strings) and the PV convertor (whichever is lower) is being exceeded where PV modules have been connected in series. Regulation 712.512.1.1 C2

19.7 Maximum operating voltage of the PV modules and the PV converter has not been exceeded. Regulation 712.512.1.1

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Electrical equipment lid(s) requires fixing screws – risk of exposed live parts. Regulation 416.2.1 C1

6.21.3 Connections of live conductors adequately enclosed

Where cable(s) pass through elements of the building structure such as floors, walls, ceilings etc. any openings made require sealing according to the degree of fire-resistance before penetration so as to restrict the spread of fire. Section 527.2.1 C2

8.6 Cable entry holes in ceiling above luminaires, sized or sealed so as to restrict the spread of fire (indicate extent of sampling in Section D of report)

Warning label(s) - 400 volt warning notice(s) required on equipment where the voltage is greater than 230V. Regulation 514.10.1 C3

5.21 Presence of other required labelling (specify)

Equipment that generate high surface temperatures e.g. lamps, spotlights, heaters etc. require suitable guards and installed and located with the relevant standard. Regulation 711.422.4.2 C2

18.7 Items of equipment that generate high surface temperatures e.g lamps etc. are suitably guarded, and installed and located with the relevant standard. Regulation 711.422.4.2

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Cable(s) or wiring systems are installed in roof spaces having a thatch roof require mechanical protection e.g steel conduit, steel trunking etc. or requires additional protection against insulation faults by an RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) =<300mA due to the enhanced fire risk especially where rodents may cause damage. Regulations 527.1.1 & 532.1 C3

6.12 Wiring system(s) or cable installation methods/practices appropriate to the type and nature of installation and external influences

The consumer meter cables (tails) require attention – suspect overloaded or running warm due to loose connection(s) where connected to the electricity supplier meter. Regulation 134.1.5 C2

1.4 Meter Tails - consumer

Fascia or stand material at risk of fire from ignition due to hot parts behind signs, tubes or lamps of electrical equipment incorporating discharge lamp installation(s) with an operating voltage higher than 230/400 volts requires material to be non-ignitable. Regulation 711.559.4.4.2 C2

18.18.2 The fascia or stand material behind the luminous tubes, signs or lamps is non-ignitable. Regulation 711.559.4.4.2

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

PV string cables have not been selected and/or erected to minimize the risk of earth faults and/or short-circuits. Regulation 712.522.8.3 C3

19.9 PV cables have been selected and erected to minimize the risk of earth faults and short-circuits. Regulation 712.522.8.3

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Conduit used as a circuit protective conductor having joints that are showing signs of corrosion and deterioration. Regulation 543.2.5 C3

3.1.4 Adequacy of earthing conductor connections

Equipment having electric motor(s) require means of isolation which is readily accessible, easily operated and placed so as to prevent danger. Regulation 132.15.1 C2

7.3.1 Presence and condition of appropriate devices

Cable(s) have been trimmed (cores cut) to allow termination. Regulation 526.2 (iii) C2

6.6 Cables correctly terminated in enclosures

ELV transformer(s) and electronic converters require mounting out of arm's reach. Regulation 740.55.5 C2

23.21 ELV transformers and electronic converters have adequate ventilation and are mounted out of arm's reach or be installed where there is controlled access . A manual reset protective device (e.g. mcb) has been installed in the secondary circuit. Regulation 740.55.5

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

The flexible cable connecting the caravan to a caravan pitch socket-outlet requires to have the conductors identifiable in accordance with Table 51. Regulation 721.55.2.6 C3

21.21 The means of connecting the caravan to a caravan pitch socket-outlet complies with the relevant requirements. Regulation 721.55.2.6

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Circuit too long in respect of load and cable size (voltage drop). Regulation 525.101 & Appendix 12 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

A circuit supplying supply of signs, lamps or exhibits of electrical equipment incorporating discharge lamp installation(s) with an operating voltage higher than 230/400 volts requires controlling by an emergency switch which is easily identifiable and clearly labelled. Regulation 711.559.4.4.3 C2

18.18.3 A separate circuit has been used to supply the signs, lamps or exhibits and is controlled by an emergency switch which is easily visible, accessible and clearly labelled. Regulation 711.559.4.4.3

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Where high density livestock rearing is carried out an alternative or back-up secure source of supply is required for ventilation equipment or temperature and supply voltage monitoring devices which provide a visual or audible alarm signal that is easily observed which is operated independently from the normal supply. 705.560.6 C2

13.13 Requirements for automatic life support systems for high density livestock rearing have been met. Regulation 705.560.6

13.10 Isolators

Cable(s) hanging loose. Regulations 522.8.4 & 522.8.5 C3

6.2 Cables correctly supported throughout their length

Earthing required for removable gland plate. Regulation 411.3.1.1 C3

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

It is recommended that socket-outlet(s) are mounted above sink height at a horizontal distance not less than 300mm from the edge of the sink top. Regulation 512.2.1 C3

6.25 Suitability of accessories for external influences

Luminaires mounted below arm's reach (2.5metres) from the floor or otherwise accessible require adequate fixing and sited or guarded to prevent injury to persons or risk of fire by ignition of materials. Regulation 711.559.5 C2

18.19 Luminaires mounted below arm's reach (2.5 m) from floor level or otherwise accessible are adequately fixed and sited or guarded to prevent injury or ignition of materials. Regulation 711.559.5

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

The requirements for low voltage supplied equipment used in zone 1 in locations containing a swimming pool or other type of basin (e.g fountain) have not been met. Regulation 702.55.4 C2

10.8 Requirements where low voltage supplied equipment is used within zone 1 of swimming pools and other basins have been met. Regulation 702.55.4

10.0 Swimming pools and Other Basins (Section 702)

Warning label(s) - "This installation has wiring colours to two versions of BS 7671. Great care should be taken before undertaking extension, alteration or repair that all conductors are correctly identified." required. Regulation 514.14.1 C3

5.18 Presence of non-standard (mixed) cable colour warning notice at or near equipment where required

Overhead lines require insulating. Regulation 705.522 C1

13.8 Requirements for the selection and erection of wiring systems in relation to external influences have been met. Regulation 705.5.22

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

A switch-disconnector is required on the d.c side of the PV convertor. Regulation 712.537.2.2.5 C2

19.12 A switch-disconnector has been provided on the d.c side of the PV convertor. Regulation 712.537.2.2.5

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Cable(s) in equipment/accessory(s) are showing signs of burning/overheating due to internal components(s). Regulation 522.2.100 C2

6.7 Examination of cables for signs of unacceptable thermal and mechanical damage/deterioration

In a conducting location with restricted movement, for handlamps, the requirement of SELV as a protective measure has not been met. Regulation 706.410.3.10 C2

14.1 Requirements for the supplies to hand-held tools, items of mobile equipment, hand-lamps and for fixed equipment have been met. Regulation 706.410.3.10

14.0 Conducting Locations With Restricted Movement (Section 706)

Warning label(s) - 400 volt warning notice(s) required. Regulation 514.10.1 C3

5.21 Presence of other required labelling (specify)

In locations intended for livestock additional protection by supplementary bonding connecting all exposed-conductive-parts to all extraneous-conductive-parts is required. Regulation 705.415.2.1 C2

23.5 In locations intended for livestock requirements of additional protection by supplementary equipotential bonding have been met. Regulation 740.415.2.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Armoured cable gland(s) do not have earth washer(s) bolted to the equipment. Regulations 526.1 & 543.2.5 C3

6.21.4 Adequacy of connection at point of entry to enclosure (gland, bush or similar)

Circuits supplying socket(s) with a rated current exceeding 32 amps require additional protection by an RCD(s) not exceeding 500mA. Regulation 704.411.3.2.1 C2

12.3 Requirements for a circuits supplying one or more socket-outlets with a rated current exceeding 32A, additional protection has been provided by an RCD not exceeding 500mA have been met. Regulation 704.411.3.2.1

12.0 Construction and Demolition Site Installations (Section 704)

Earth sleeving required in accessory(s). Regulations 134.1.3, 514.4.2 & 514.4.6 C3

6.1 Identification of conductors

Single phase socket-outlets with a rated voltage of 200 to 250 volts require to have a current rating of 16amps. Regulation 709.553.1.12 C3

16.11 Single-phase socket-outlets with a rated voltage of 200 V to 250 V have a rated current of 16A. Regulation 709.553.1.12

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

The requirement that the protective conductors of socket-outlets are not connected to PME earthing system has not been met. Regulation 708.553.1.14 C2

15.5.7 The socket-outlet protective conductors are not connected to a PME earthing system. Regulation 708.553.1.14

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

Secondary insulation of cable(s) not brought into electrical equipment – inner insulation showing and accessible to touch and/or likely to come into contact with metal work. Regulations 521.10.1, 522.6.1 & 522.8.1 C2

6.21.2 No basic insulation of a conductor visible outside an enclosure

The adequacy of source for a Reduced Low Voltage System has not been met. Regulation 411.8.4 C2

3.3.1 Adequacy of source

Unable to ascertain whether cable(s) concealed in a wall or partition at a depth of less than 50.00mm not installed within the required zone and not having an earthed metallic covering, enclosed in earthed conduit, trunking or ducting, or mechanically protected against penetration of the cable(s) by nails, screws etc. Regulation 522.6.101 FI

6.15 Concealed cables incorporating earthed armour or sheath, or run within an earthed wiring system, or otherwise protected against mechanical damage caused by nails, screws and the like where not in prescribed zones or not protected by 30 mA RCD (see extent and limitations)

Locations where there is risk of fire due to the nature of processed or stored materials, every luminaire requires to be appropriate for the location, to be enclosed with a degree of protection to a minimum of IP5X, to have a limited surface temperature in accordance with BS EN 60598-2-24 and be of a type that prevents lamp components from falling from the luminaire. Regulation 422.3.8 C2

8.7.2 Installed to minimise build-up of heat by use of "fire rated" fittings, insulation displacement box or similar

Lighting circuit(s) incorporating bayonet lamp holders B15 or B22 and Edison screw lamp holders shall be protected by an over-current protective device not exceeding 16A. Regulation 559.6.1.6 C2

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

Earth rod requires to be accessible for inspection, testing and maintenance. Regulation 526.3 C3

3.1.2 Presence and condition of earth electrode arrangement

Conductor(s) require correct phase identification. Regulations 134.1.3 & 514.3.1 C3

6.1 Identification of conductors

CPC sleeving required in electrical equipment. Regulations 134.1.3, 514.4.2 & 514.4.6 C3

6.1 Identification of conductors

Supply for the fire alarm panel requires wiring from the electricity supply in-comer position in a location accessible to skilled or instructed persons only with a 1 - way fuse unit coloured red with a label "Fire alarm panel - Do Not switch Off". Regulation 560.7.5 C3

7.1.1 Presence and condition of appropriate devices

Adequate isolation arrangements required for parallel or switched alternative sources required. Regulation 551.6.1 C2

2.0 --## 2.0 Presence of adequate arrangements for parallel or switched alternative sources (551.6; 551.7)

Socket-outlet(s) on a Reduced Low Voltage system have been used where they are compatible with other plugs on other systems (low voltage). Regulation 411.8.5 C2

3.3.2 Plugs, socket-outlets and the like not interchangeable with those of other systems within the premises

Item of current using equipment not suitable for zones 0 and 1 in locations containing a swimming pool or other type of basin (e.g fountain). Regulation 702.55.1 C2

10.7 Suitability of current using equipment in zones 0 and 1 of a swimming pool. Regulation 702.55.1

10.0 Swimming pools and Other Basins (Section 702)

The main disconnector within the caravan is not within easy access. Regulation 721.537.2.1.1 C3

21.13 A main disconnector has been provided which disconnects all live conductors and is placed within easy access in the caravan. Regulation 721.537.2.1.1

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Low voltage lighting equipment within zone 1 of a location containing a swimming pool or other type of basin (e.g fountain) requires additional protection by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 Iδn and shall be mounted at least 2 metres above the boundary of zone 0 and zone 1 (lowest limit of zone 1). Regulation 702.55.4 C2

10.9 Lighting equipment supplied at low voltage within zone 1 is protected by an RCD not exceeding 30 mA and is mounted at least 2 metres above the lower limit of zone 1 Regulation 702.55.4

10.0 Swimming pools and Other Basins (Section 702)

Conduit(s) damaged exposing non-sheathed cable(s). Regulation 521.10.1 C3

6.4 Non-sheathed cables protected by enclosure in conduit, duct or trunking

Protective bonding conductors are required to be finely stranded for protection against vibration. Regulation 717.411.3.1.2 C3

20.3 All accessible conductive parts e.g chassis have been connected through the main protective bonding conductor(s) which are finely stranded for protection against vibration to the main earthing terminal within the unit. Regulation 717.411.3.1.2

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

All extraneous structural parts that are accessible from within the stand, vehicle, wagon, caravan or container require connecting via the main protective conductors to the main earthing terminal within the unit. Regulation 711.411.3.1.2 C2

18.3 Structural metallic parts which are accessible from within the stand, vehicle, wagon, caravan or container have been connected through the main protective bonding conductors to the main earthing terminal within the unit. Regulation 711.411.3.1.2

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Electrical equipment / accessory(s) rusted. C3

6.25 Suitability of accessories for external influences

Wiring system(s) are unsuitable for external influences such as wind, ice formation, temperature and solar radiation. Regulation 712.522.8.3 C2

19.10 Suitability of the wiring system(s) for external influences such as wind, ice formation, temperature and solar radiation has been met. Regulation 712.522.8.3

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Means of isolation for maintenance purposes required for isolating the PV convertor from the d.c side and the a.c side. Regulation 712.537.2.1.1 C2

19.11 Means of isolating the PV convertor from the d.c side and the a.c side for maintenance purposes has been provided. Regulation 712.537.2.1.1

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Flexible conduit damaged exposing non-sheathed cable(s). Regulations 521.10.1 & 522.6.1 C3

6.4 Non-sheathed cables protected by enclosure in conduit, duct or trunking

There is a risk of ignition within the gas cylinder compartment due to the construction and/or method of installation of the ELV equipment and/or ELV wiring serving the operation of the gas cylinder Regulation 721.528.3.4 C2

21.12.1 Within any LPG gas cylinder compartment only ELV cables and equipment have been installed that serves the operation of the gas cylinder or is for use within the compartment. Regulation 721.528.3.4

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Electrical equipment marked incorrectly. Regulation 514.9.1 C3

5.17 Presence of diagrams, charts or schedules at or near equipment where required

Unable to ascertain whether concealed cable(s) are installed in the correct zone. Regulation 522.6.101 (v) FI

6.14 Concealed cables installed in prescribed zones (see extent and limitations)

Socket-outlets dedicated to lighting circuits require to be placed out of arm's reach. Regulation 740.55.7 C2

23.22.2 Socket-outlets dedicated to lighting circuits are placed out of arm's reach and marked according to their purpose. Regulation 740.55.7

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Earth rod requires mechanical protection. Regulation 542.3.2 C3

3.1.2 Presence and condition of earth electrode arrangement

Wiring passing through metalwork requires protection by means of bushes or grommets securely fixed into position as the wiring will be subject to vibration. Regulation 721.522.7.1 C2

21.8 The requirement for the protection of the wiring against vibration has been met. Regulation 721.522.7.1

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

Cables within an amusement device require a minimum voltage rating of 300 / 500 volts. Regulation 740.521.1 C3

23.9 The requirements for cables and cable management systems have been met. Regulation 740.521.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Electrical equipment panel does not lock, door is insecure – exposed live parts accessible. Regulation 416.2.1 C1

5.4 Adequacy/security of barriers

Protective device(s) require labelling with circuit descriptions. Regulation 514.8.1 C3

5.17 Presence of diagrams, charts or schedules at or near equipment where required

T.T. earthing system require all sockets to have RCD protection having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 IΔn. Regulation 411.3.3 C2

5.12 RCD(s) provided for additional protection - includes RCBOs

Wiring system(s) (cables, conduit, trunking etc.) suffering damage caused by the presence of corrosive or polluting substances including water. Regulation 522.5.1 C3

6.12 Wiring system(s) or cable installation methods/practices appropriate to the type and nature of installation and external influences

Heating systems require disconnecting device(s) by use of an RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 Iδn. Regulation 753.411.3.2 C2

24.1 Protection by RCDs having a rated residual current of not more than 30mA. Regulations 753.411.3.2 & 753.415.1

24.0 Floor and Ceiling Heating Systems (Section 753)

A warning label is required on PV generator and PV array junction boxes indicating that parts may still be live after isolation from the PV convertor. Regulation 712.537.2.2.5.1 C3

19.13 PV generator and PV array junction boxes have a warning label indicating that parts may still be live after isolation from the PV convertor. Regulation 712.537.2.2.5.1

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Where conduit or a ducting system has been installed in a gas cylinder compartment the conduit or ducting requires to be able to withstand an impact equivalent to AG3 (high severity – reinforced protection). Regulation 721.528.3.4 C2

21.12.3 Where cable(s) have to run through a gas cylinder compartment they are protected against mechanical damage and are capable of withstanding an impact equivalent to AG3 without signs of physical damage. Regulation 721.528.3.4

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

All circuits not including circuits supplying socket-outlet(s) require additional protection by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 300mA. Regulation 705.411.1 C2

13.1.3 All other circuits have additional protection by an RCD not exceeding 300mA. Regulation 705.411.1

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

Warning label(s) – "Safety Electrical Connection - Do Not Remove" required for equipotential bonding connections. Regulation 514.13.1 C3

3.1.9 Provision of earthing/bonding labels at all appropriate locations

Circuits supplying socket-outlet(s) up to and including 32 amps require additional protection by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 Iδn or by use of a Reduced Low Voltage System (110v isolation transformer). Regulation 704.410.3.10 C2

12.2 Requirements for a circuit supplying a socket-outlet with a rated current up to and including 32A, additional protection by use of either reduced low voltage or additional protection by RCD(s) not exceeding 30mA or each socket being supplied by an individual transformer or separate winding of a transformer has been met. Regulation 704.410.3.10

12.0 Construction and Demolition Site Installations (Section 704)

The routes of all cables buried in the ground require marking at suitable intervals. Regulation 740.521.1 C3

23.9 The requirements for cables and cable management systems have been met. Regulation 740.521.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

On the a.c side the PV supply cable has not been connected to the supply side of the protective device of circuits supplying current-using equipment. Regulation 712.411.3.2.1.1 C2

19.1.1 On the a.c. side the PV supply cable has been connected to the supply side of the protective device of circuits supplying current-using equipment. Regulation 712.411.3.2.1.1

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Electrical equipment panel does not lock, door is insecure. Regulation 416.2.1 C3

5.4 Adequacy/security of barriers

Where basic protection is provided by barriers or enclosures in accordance with Chapter 41 the minimum dimensions do not comply with Figure 729.1 where i) Gangway width including between barriers or enclosures and switch handles or circuit breakers in the most onerous position and barriers or enclosures or switch handles or circuit breakers in the most onerous position and the wall the minimum width is 700mm or ii) Gangway width between barriers or enclosures or other barriers or enclosures and the wall the minimum width is 700mm or iii) The height of a gangway to the barrier or enclosure above the floor is a minimum of 2000mm or iv) Where live parts are placed out of reach as per Regulation 417.3 the minimum distance from the floor is 2500mm. Regulation 729.513.2.1 C2

22.4 Where basic protection is provided by barriers or enclosures in accordance with Chapter 41 the minimum dimensions complies with Figure 729.1 Regulation 729.513.2.1

22.0 Operating and Maintenance Gangways (Section 729)

Cable(s) concealed in a wall or partition at a depth of less than 50.00mm not installed within the required zone and not having an earthed metallic covering, enclosed in earthed conduit, trunking or ducting, or mechanically protected against penetration of the cable(s) by nails, screws etc. Regulation 522.6.101 C3

6.15 Concealed cables incorporating earthed armour or sheath, or run within an earthed wiring system, or otherwise protected against mechanical damage caused by nails, screws and the like where not in prescribed zones or not protected by 30 mA RCD (see extent and limitations)

Item of fixed current using equipment not suitable for the environment and external influences in the situation in which it is being used. Regulation 512.2 C2

8.4 Suitability for the environment and external influences

Switch inter-lock has been disconnected from the spindle - switch indicating "Off" while the unit is in the on position. Regulations 132.15.1, 537.2.2.1 & 537.2.2.2 C2

7.1.1 Presence and condition of appropriate devices

7.1.3 Capable of being secured in the OFF position

7.1.4 Correct operation verified

Flexible conduit damaged. Section 522 C2

6.5 Suitability of containment systems for continued use (including flexible conduit)

Socket ring main circuit(s) supplying equipment where the total protective current is likely to exceed 10mA (e.g supplying multiple PCs and associated equipment) and where two protective conductors are used in accordance with Regulation 543.7.1.103 require terminating independently of each other at all connection points including the distribution board. Requires all accessories to have two separate earth terminals. Regulation 543.7.2.101 C2

3.1.4 Adequacy of earthing conductor connections

Socket-outlet(s) mounted too low, risk of mechanical damage to the socket-outlet(s) or to plugs and their flexible cords where damage may occur during insertion, use or withdrawal. Regulation 553.1.6 C3

6.25 Suitability of accessories for external influences

Earthing required for removable door/cover. Regulation 411.3.1.1 C3

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

RCD will not operate on it's integral test button – functional check Regulation 612.13.1 C2

5.15 Confirmation that integral test button(s)/switch causes RCD(s) to trip when operated (functional check)

All final circuits except for emergency lighting require additional protection by an RCD not exceeding 30mA. Regulation 711.411.3.3 C2

18.4 All socket-outlets not exceeding 32A and all final circuits except for emergency lighting are protected by an an RCD not exceeding 30mA. Regulation 711.411.3.3

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

A separate circuit is required for the supply of signs, lamps or exhibits of electrical equipment incorporating discharge lamp installation(s) with an operating voltage higher than 230/400 volts. Regulation 711.559.4.4.3 C3

18.18.3 A separate circuit has been used to supply the signs, lamps or exhibits and is controlled by an emergency switch which is easily visible, accessible and clearly labelled. Regulation 711.559.4.4.3

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

All socket-outlets not exceeding 32amps require additional protection by an RCD having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 IΔn Regulation 711.411.3.3 C2

18.4 All socket-outlets not exceeding 32A and all final circuits except for emergency lighting are protected by an an RCD not exceeding 30mA. Regulation 711.411.3.3

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Cable(s) and/or wiring systems complete with cable accessories (glands etc.) appropriate to Zone 1 or Zone 2 hazardous areas required where they pass through or terminate in locations having potentially explosive atmospheres. Regulation 132.5.2 C2

6.12 Wiring system(s) or cable installation methods/practices appropriate to the type and nature of installation and external influences

Socket(s) within zone 2 of a location containing a swimming pool require additional protection by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 IΔn or by electrical separation (isolation transformer). Regulation 702.53 C2

10.6 Additional protection for socket-outlet(s) within zone 2 are met. Regulation 702.53

10.0 Swimming pools and Other Basins (Section 702)

Lighting circuit (or part there of) - absence of a circuit protective conductor for a circuit having only class II or "all insulated" accessories. Regulation 412.2.3.2 C3

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

Isolators for general isolation require clear identification by position and/or durable markings. Regulation 537.2.2.6 C3

7.1.5 Clearly identified by position and/or durable marking(s)

Cable(s) unsupported. Regulations 522.8.4 & 522.8.5 C3

6.2 Cables correctly supported throughout their length

Device(s) for emergency isolating/switching require having the capability of latching or being restrained in the “off” or “stop” position unless both the means of emergency switching and re-energizing are under the control of the same person. The release of an emergency switching device shall not re-energize the the relevant part(s) e.g it requires another action to energize the relevant part(s). Regulation 537.4.2.6 C2

7.3.3 Capable of being secured in the OFF position

All accessible conductive parts (e.g chassis) require connecting through the main protective bonding conductor(s) to the main earthing terminal within the unit. Regulation 717.411.3.1.2 C2

20.3 All accessible conductive parts e.g chassis have been connected through the main protective bonding conductor(s) which are finely stranded for protection against vibration to the main earthing terminal within the unit. Regulation 717.411.3.1.2

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

Non-sheathed cable(s) exposed on trunking system. Regulation 521.10.1 C3

6.4 Non-sheathed cables protected by enclosure in conduit, duct or trunking

Trunking used as a circuit protective conductor badly corroded Regulation 543.2.6 C2

3.1.4 Adequacy of earthing conductor connections

Emergency light(s) require local isolation for maintenance and testing purposes. Regulation 537.3.1.1 C3

7.2.1 Presence and condition of appropriate devices

Cables require selecting and/or installed to prevent mechanical damage due to tidal or movement of pontoons, boats or other floating structures. Regulation 709.521.1.6 C2

16.3 Wiring systems are of the correct type and protection afforded where required. Regulation 709.521

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Devices for isolation or switching or devices for emergency stopping or switching are accessible to or may be impeded by livestock. Regulation 705.537.2 C2

13.10.3 Devices for isolation and switching and devices for emergency stopping/switching are not positioned where they are accessible to or may be impeded by livestock. Regulation 705.537.2

13.10 Isolators

The protective measure by automatic disconnection of supply is being used (Section 411). RCD protection not exceeding 30mA is required with the wiring system having a circuit protective conductor connected to i) the protective contact of the inlet. ii) the exposed-conductive-parts of the electrical equipment and iii) the protective contacts of the socket-outlets. Regulation 721.411.1 C2

21.3 Where the protective measure by automatic disconnection of supply is used (Section 411), RCD protection not exceeding 30mA and the wiring system having a circuit protective conductor which is connected to i) the protective contact of the inlet. ii) the exposed-conductive-parts of the electrical equipment and iii) the protective contacts of the socket-outlets. Regulation 721.411.1

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

Overload protection has not been provided or is too large where the continuous current carrying capacity of the PV main cable is less than 1.25 times Isc STC of the PV generator. Regulation 712.433.2 C2

19.3 The requirement for overload protection on the d.c side has been met. 712.433

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

ELV transformer(s) and electronic converters require mounting out of arm's reach. Regulation 711.55.6 C2

18.15 ELV transformers and electronic converters are mounted out of arm's reach of the public and have adequate ventilation. A manual reset protective device (e.g. mcb) has been installed in the secondary circuit. Regulation 711.55.6

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Circuit(s) supplying heating equipment of Class II construction or equivalent insulation require additional protection by use of an RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 Iδn. Regulation 753.415.1 C2

24.1 Protection by RCDs having a rated residual current of not more than 30mA. Regulations 753.411.3.2 & 753.415.1

24.0 Floor and Ceiling Heating Systems (Section 753)

Electric dodgems require having a circuit that is electrically separated from the supply mains by means of a transformer or a motor-generator set. Regulation 740.551.8 C2

23.24.1 Electric dodgems are only operating at a maximum voltages of 50 V a.c or 120 V d.c and having a circuit that is electrically separated from the supply mains by means of a transformer or a motor-generator set. Regulation 740.551.8

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Cable(s) or wiring system(s) at risk of damage due to being within the vicinity of services that produce heat, smoke or fumes. Regulation 528.3.1 C2

6.12 Wiring system(s) or cable installation methods/practices appropriate to the type and nature of installation and external influences

A readily accessible and identifiable means of isolation is required for every separate temporary electrical installation for a booth, stand or amusement device. The means of isolation requires selecting and erecting in accordance with Regulation 537.2. Regulation 740.537.2.1 C2

23.11 Every electrical installation of a booth, stand or amusement device has been provided with it's own readily accessible and identifiable means of isolation, switching and overcurrent protection. Regulation 740.537.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Switchgear and/or control-gear not intended to be used by ordinary persons require enclosing in a cabinet that can only be opened by a key or use of a tool. Regulation 740.51 C2

23.7 Switchgear and control-gear not intended for use by ordinary persons are placed in closed cabinets that can only be opened by use of a key or tool. Regulation 740.51

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Unable to manually operate circuit-breaker(s) – functional check. Regulation 612.13.2 C2

5.14 Manual operation of circuit-breakers and RCDs to prove disconnection

Where used as a protective measure the requirements of SELV or PELV has not been met. Regulation 705.414.5 C2

13.2 Where used as a protective measure, requirements for SELV or PELV are met. Regulation 705.414.5

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

Low voltage (e.g. 230 volts) socket(s) within 3 metres of the boundary of zone 1 not protected by the measure of electrical separation (isolation transformer). Regulation 701.512.3 C2

9.5 Low voltage (e.g. 230 volts) socket-outlets sited at least 3 m from zone 1. Regulation 701.512.3

9.0 Location(s) containing a bath or shower (Section 701)

All final circuits require individual protection by an overcurrent device which disconnects all live conductors. Regulation 721.43.1 C2

21.5 Each final circuit is protected by an overcurrent device which disconnects all live conductors. Regulation 721.43.1

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

Where ceiling heating is installed, furniture is placed (cupboards, wardrobes etc. and anything stored on top) where it may cause over heating or damage to the heating element. Part of Figure 753 “Information for the user of the installation” C2

24.3 Where ceiling heating is installed no furniture is placed (cupboards, wardrobes etc. and anything stored on top) where it maybe subject to over heating or cause damage to the heating element.

24.0 Floor and Ceiling Heating Systems (Section 753)

Other than socket-outlets supplied by an individual winding of an isolating transformer all low voltage socket-outlets require an earth contact. Regulation 721.55.2.1 C2

21.16 All socket-outlets have an earth contact other than those supplied by an individual winding of an isolating transformer. Regulation 721.55.2.1

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Supplementary equipotential bonding conductors require protection against mechanical damage. Regulation 705.544.2 C3

13.11 Requirements for the protection of supplementary bonding conductors against mechanical damage and corrosion have been met and have been selected to avoid electrolytic effects. Regulation 705.544.2

13.10 Isolators

Electrical equipment / accessory(s) showing signs of burning. Regulation 420.1 (ii) C2

6.24 Condition of accessories including socket-outlets, switches and joint boxes

The requirements of a connection to a fixed electrical installation having the protective measure of TT or TN and Figure 717.3 are not effective and therefore not met. Regulation 717.313 C2

20.1.2 Connection to a fixed electrical installation in which the protective measures (TT or TN) are effective, see Figure 717.3. Regulation 717.313

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

Cover(s) missing on conduit box(s) exposing non-sheathed cable(s). Regulation 521.10.1 C3

6.4 Non-sheathed cables protected by enclosure in conduit, duct or trunking

Where socket-outlets, couplers and plugs are used outdoors they are required to be of the correct type (BS EN 60309-1 or BS EN 60309-2). Regulation 740.55.7 C2

23.22.3 Where socket-outlets, couplers and plugs are used outdoors they are of the correct type (BS EN 60309-1 or BS EN 60309-2). Regulation 740.55.7

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

A PME earthing system has been used where suitability and effectiveness has not been confirmed before the connection has been made and/or the installation is not under the supervision of a skilled or instructed person. Regulation 717.411.4 C2

20.4 A PME facility has not been used except where the installation is continuously under the supervision of a skilled or instructed person and that the suitability and effectiveness of the means of earthing has been confirmed before the connection is made. Regulation 717.411.4

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

More socket-outlet(s) required where multi-way adaptor(s), extension lead(s), trailing socket(s) etc. are being used for semi-permanent equipment/appliances. Multi-way adaptors, extension leads etc. are at risk from overheating and mechanical damage and with regard to extension leads etc. are a tripping hazard. Where multi-way adaptor(s), extension lead(s), trailing socket(s) etc. are being used these items should never be left unattended and require to be visible and accessible throughout their length. Regulation 553.1.7 C3

6.22 General condition of wiring systems

Where high density livestock rearing is carried out discrimination of the main circuits supplying ventilation is required in the event of any short-circuit to earth or overcurrent. Regulation 705.560.6 C3

13.13 Requirements for automatic life support systems for high density livestock rearing have been met. Regulation 705.560.6

13.10 Isolators

A fire-fighter's switch is required to be coloured red and to have on it or adjacent a durable label marked “FIREFIGHTER'S SWITCH”, the label shall be a minimum size of 150mm by 100mm with it's lettering easily legible from a distance appropriate to the site conditions but not less than 36 point. The “ON” and “OFF” positions require to be clearly indicated with the “OFF” position at the top and designed or provided with a device to stop the switch from being inadvertently switched to it's “ON” position. Regulation 537.6.4 C3

7.3.5 Clearly identified by position and/or durable marking(s)

Device(s) for emergency isolating/switching requires clear identification, preferably by the colour red with a contrasting background. Regulation 537.4.2.4 C3

7.3.5 Clearly identified by position and/or durable marking(s)

This installation not having a fire alarm system installed requires a wiring system that is either flame retardant and having low smoke properties or where single core or multi-core unarmoured cables are used, being installed in enclosed metallic or non-metallic conduit or trunking providing the required fire protection and a degree of at least IP4X protection. Regulation 711.521 C2

18.10 Where no fire alarm system is installed the requirements of wiring system(s) have been met. Regulation 711.521

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Light fittings mounted in ceilings require smoke hoods to prevent fire and spread of harmful smoke from penetrating the ceiling void and retaining the ceiling's fire protection integrity. Regulation 421.1.2 C2

8.7.2 Installed to minimise build-up of heat by use of "fire rated" fittings, insulation displacement box or similar

Cable(s) or wiring systems where being loaded to near full capacity, at risk of over-heating due to being surrounded by thermal insulation. Regulation 523.9 C2

6.8 Adequacy of cables for current-carrying capacity with regard to the type and nature of installation

All socket-outlets require to be rated at not less than 16 amps. Regulation 708.553.1.10 C3

15.5.3 All socket-outlets are rated at not less than 16A. Regulation 708.553.1.10

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

The wiring system in a location containing a sauna heater has been installed on the inside of the zones i.e. on the warm side of any thermal insulation or heat-resisting cable has not been used where wiring has been installed on the warm side of the thermal insulation of zones 1 & 3. Regulation 703.52 C3

11.4 The wiring system has been installed on the outside of the zones i.e. on the cold side of any thermal insulation or heat-resisting cable has been used where wiring has been installed on the warm side of the thermal insulation of zones 1 & 3. Metallic sheaths or metallic conduits where used are not accessible in normal use. Regulation 703.52

11.0 Rooms and Cabins Containing Sauna Heaters (Section 703)

All socket-outlets where subject to jetted water (hoses) require protection to be at least IPX5. Regulation 709.553.1.9 C2

16.9 Socket-outlets have a degree of protection of at least IP44 or protection by an enclosure. Where codes AD5 or AD6 are applicable, protection is at least IPX5 or IPX6 respectively. Regulation 709.553.1.9

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Electrical equipment requires to be sited, fixed and protected against ignition of material caused by the danger of focusing or concentration of heat. Regulation 711.55.1.5 C2

18.13 All electrical equipment has been fixed and protected so that there is no risk of ignition to any material caused by focusing or concentration of heat. Regulation 711.55.1.5

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Local isolation required for prevention of equipment being inadvertently or unintentionally energized. Regulations 132.15.1 & 537.2.1.2 C2

7.1.1 Presence and condition of appropriate devices

Protective device(s) - cartridge type fuses replaced with fuse wire. Regulation 533.1.1.2 C2

6.9 Adequacy of protective devices; type and rated current for fault protection

Cable(s) in fluorescent fitting(s) are showing signs of burning/overheating due to internal component(s). Regulation 522.2.100 C2

6.7 Examination of cables for signs of unacceptable thermal and mechanical damage/deterioration

Accessory(s) require the correct I.P rating for the situation in which they are used. Section 512 C2

6.25 Suitability of accessories for external influences

Where floor sockets have been used additional protection from accidental ingress of water has not been provided. Regulation 711.55.7 C2

18.16 An adequate number of socket-outlets have been installed and where floor sockets are used they are protected from accidental ingress of water and be able to withstand the expected traffic load. Regulation 711.55.7

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

The means of connecting the caravan to a caravan pitch socket-outlet requires a plug complying with BS EN 60309-2. Regulation 721.55.2.6 C2

21.21 The means of connecting the caravan to a caravan pitch socket-outlet complies with the relevant requirements. Regulation 721.55.2.6

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

All socket-outlets of their lowest point require to be mounted at a height of between 0.5 metres to 1.5 metres above the ground. Regulation 708.553.1.9 C3

15.5.2 All socket-outlets at their lowest point are mounted at a height of 0.5 m to 1.5 m above the ground. Regulation 708.553.1.9

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

Socket-outlets not sited on floating pontoons or walkways require to sited at least one metre above the highest water level. Regulation 709.553.1.13 C2

16.12 The requirement for the placement of socket-outlets with regard to height above water has been met. Regulation 709.553.1.13

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

A readily accessible and identifiable means of isolation is required for every separate temporary structure such as vehicle, stand or unit. The means of isolation requires selecting and erecting in accordance with Regulation 537.2. Regulation 711.537.2.3 C2

18.12 Every separate temporary structure such as a vehicle, stand or unit and distribution circuit(s) supplying outdoor installation(s) has been provided with it's own readily accessible and identifiable means of isolation. Regulation 711.537.2.3

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Joints of electrical connections require being made in appropriate enclosure(s) having a degree of protection of at least IPXXD or IP4X. Regulation 740.526 C2

23.10 Except where necessary as a connection to a circuit no joints have been made in cable(s). Where joints have been made they are in enclosures with a degree of protection of at least IPXXD or IP4X. Where strain can be placed upon terminals, suitable cable anchorage(s) are incorporated. Regulation 711.526.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

The electrical inlet is required to be an appliance inlet complying with BS EN 60309-1 or if interchangeability is required to comply with BS EN 60309-2. Regulation 721.55.1 C2

21.15 The electrical inlet(s) comply with BS EN 60309-1 and if interchangeability is required, to comply with BS EN 60309-2 have been installed i) at not more than 1.8 m above ground level ii) in a readily accessible position iii) have a minimum degree of IP44 protection with or without a connector engaged and iv) does not protrude significantly beyond the body of the caravan. Regulation 721.55.1.2

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Luminaires and/or floodlights requires to be sited, fixed and protected against ignition of material caused by the danger of focusing or concentration of heat. Regulation 740.55.1.5 C2

23.19 Luminaires and floodlights are fixed so that a focusing or concentration of heat is not likely to be a fire risk. Regulation 740.55.1.5

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Showcases and/or signs require to be constructed having adequate heat-resistance, mechanical strength, electrical insulation and ventilation taking into account heat generation and the combustibility of exhibits. Regulation 711.422.4.2 C2

18.7 Items of equipment that generate high surface temperatures e.g lamps etc. are suitably guarded, and installed and located with the relevant standard. Regulation 711.422.4.2

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Neutral being shared with other circuit. Regulation 521.8.2 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

A PME earthing facility has been used for an installation falling within this scope. Regulation 740.411.4.1 C2

23.3 A PME earthing facility has not been used for an installation falling within this scope. Regulation 740.411.4.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Except for circuits protected by SELV, PELV or electrical separation and lighting circuits not supplied by socket-outlets, all other circuits for lighting, socket-outlets rated up to 32A and mobile equipment connected by means of a flexible cable with a current capacity up to 32A require additional protection by means of RCDs not exceeding 30mA. Regulation 740.415.1 C2

23.4 Except for circuits protected by SELV, PELV or electrical separation and lighting circuits not supplied by socket-outlets, all other circuits for lighting, socket-outlets rated up to 32A and mobile equipment connected by means of a flexible cable with a current capacity up to 32A have additional protection by means of RCDs not exceeding 30mA. Regulation 740.415.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Transportable floodlights require a flexible supply cable type. Regulation 740.55.1.4 C2

23.18 Transportable floodlights are mounted so that the luminaire is inaccessible having it's supply cable being a flexible type and protected against mechanical damage. Regulation 740.55.1.4

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Circuit (230 volt) wired/connected across 2 - phases (400 volt). Regulation 521.8.2 C1

6.22 General condition of wiring systems

All conductors require a minimum cross-sectional area of not less than 1.5mm2. Regulation 721.524.1 C3

21.10 All conductors have a cross-sectional area of not less than 1.5mm2. Regulation 721.524.1

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

Electric dodgems require operating at a maximum voltage of 50 V a.c or 120 V d.c. Regulation 740.551.8 C2

23.24.1 Electric dodgems are only operating at a maximum voltages of 50 V a.c or 120 V d.c and having a circuit that is electrically separated from the supply mains by means of a transformer or a motor-generator set. Regulation 740.551.8

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Blank(s) missing on spare fuse ways - live parts exposed to touch. Regulation 416.2.1 C1

5.4 Adequacy/security of barriers

Mechanical protection required for electrical equipment within zones 0 and 1 of a fountain. Regulation 702.55.3 C3

10.10 Mechanical protection has been provided for electrical equipment of fountains within zones 0 or 1. Regulation 702.55.3

10.0 Swimming pools and Other Basins (Section 702)

Cable(s) require support. Regulations 522.8.4 & 522.8.5 C3

6.2 Cables correctly supported throughout their length

Ring main – electrical equipment with a power rating exceeding 2kW required to have their own dedicated circuit due to risk of overload. Regulation 433.1.103 and Appendix 15 C2

6.11 Co-ordination between conductors and overload protective devices

Equipment has not been erected to enable maintenance work to be carried out safely. Regulation 712.513.1 C3

19.8 Equipment has been erected to enable maintenance work to be carried out safely. Regulation 712.513.1

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Where used as a protective measure for electrical equipment in locations containing a bath or shower the requirements of SELV or PELV has not been met. Regulation 701.414 C2

9.2 Where used as a protective measure, requirements for SELV or PELV are met. Regulation 701.414

9.0 Location(s) containing a bath or shower (Section 701)

Enclosure of a fixed item of current using equipment damaged resulting in exposed-conductive-parts. Regulation 416.2.1 C1

8.3 Enclosure not damaged/deteriorated so as to impair safety

Circuits supplying socket(s) with a rated current exceeding 32 amps require additional protection by RCD(s) having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 100mA. Regulation 705.411.1 C2

13.1.2 Additional protection for final circuits supplying socket-outlets with a rated current exceeding 32A by an RCD not exceeding 100mA. Regulation 705.411.1

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

ELV transformer(s) and electronic converters require adequate ventilation. Regulation 740.55.5 C2

23.21 ELV transformers and electronic converters have adequate ventilation and are mounted out of arm's reach or be installed where there is controlled access . A manual reset protective device (e.g. mcb) has been installed in the secondary circuit. Regulation 740.55.5

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Where the protective measure of obstacles is used in accordance with Section 417 and is subject to the control or supervision of skilled persons the minimum dimensions do not comply with Figure 729.2 where i) Gangway width including between obstacles and switch handles or circuit breakers in the most onerous position and obstacles or switch handles or circuit breakers in the most onerous position and the wall the minimum width is 700mm or ii) Gangway width between obstacles or other obstacles and the wall the minimum width is 700mm or iii) The height of a gangway to obstacles, barrier or enclosure above the floor is a minimum of 2000mm or iv) Where live parts are placed out of reach as per Regulation 417.3 the minimum distance from the floor is 2500mm. Regulation 729.513.2.2 C2

22.5 Where the protective measure of obstacles is used in accordance with Section 417 and is subject to the control or supervision of skilled persons the minimum dimensions complies with Figure 729.2 Regulation 729.513.2.2

22.0 Operating and Maintenance Gangways (Section 729)

An IT earthing system is being used within the unit, the requirements of a means of protection by the use of an isolating transformer or a low voltage generating set as per Figure 717.7 has not been met. Regulation 717.411.6.2 C2

20.5.1 By use of an isolating transformer or a low voltage generating set as per Figure 717.7. Regulation 717.411.6.2

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

All socket(s) that are outside of the equipotential area require additional RCD protection having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 IΔn. Regulations 411.3.3 & 415.1.1 C2

5.11 RCD(s) provided for fault protection - includes RCBOs

Due to the method of installation or lack of support of cables, connections of conductors are being placed under strain. Regulation 526.6 C2

6.21.1 Connections under no undue strain

Flexible conduit being used as a cpc. Regulation 543.2. C2

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

Electrical equipment mounted on combustible material requires insulated back plate. Regulation 422.4.1 C2

5.6 Condition of enclosure(s) in terms of fire rating

Where used as a protective measure for electrical equipment in locations containing a sauna heater the requirements of SELV or PELV has not been met. Regulation 703.414.4 C2

11.2 Where used as a protective measure, requirements for SELV or PELV have been met. Regulation 703.414.4

11.0 Rooms and Cabins Containing Sauna Heaters (Section 703)

Each pitch requires at least one socket-outlet. Regulation 708.553.1.11 C3

15.5.4 There is at least one socket-outlet provided for each pitch. Regulation 708.553.1.11

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

Distribution equipment loose. Regulation 134.1.1 C3

5.2 Security of fixing

Cable(s) or wiring system positioned below services such as water, steam or gas liable to be at risk from condensation. Regulation 528.3.2 C3

6.12 Wiring system(s) or cable installation methods/practices appropriate to the type and nature of installation and external influences

The requirements of The Electrical Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations 2002 (ESQCR) where it prohibits the connection of a PME facility to any metalwork in a boat has not been met. Regulation 709.411.4 C2

16.1 The Electrical Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations 2002 (ESQCR) prohibit the connection of a PME facility to any metalwork in a boat has been met. Regulation 709.411.4

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

The flexible cable connecting the caravan to a caravan pitch socket-outlet requires to be between 23 and 27 metres long. Regulation 721.55.2.6 C3

21.21 The means of connecting the caravan to a caravan pitch socket-outlet complies with the relevant requirements. Regulation 721.55.2.6

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Connecting devices that are mounted, accessed, used outside the unit or used to connect the unit to the supply or other equipment require enclosure(s) of insulating material having a degree of protection of at least IP44 when connected and at least IP55 when not connected. Regulation 717.55.1 C2

20.11 Connecting devices that are mounted, accessed, used outside the unit or used to connect the unit to the supply or other equipment are in enclosure(s) of insulating material, having a degree of protection of at least IP44 when connected and at least IP55 when not connected. Regulation 717.55.1

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

Class II or equivalent insulation has not been used as the preferable protective measure on the d.c side. Regulation 712.412 C3

19.2 On the d.c side, Class II or equivalent insulation has been used as the preferable protective measure. Regulation 712.412

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

Item of electrical equipment not suitable in terms of it's I.P rating for the environment and external influences in locations containing a bath or shower. Regulation 701.512.2 C2

9.6 Suitability of equipment for external influences for installed locations in terms of IP rating. Regulation 701.512.2

9.0 Location(s) containing a bath or shower (Section 701)

Cable(s) require segregating or separating from non-electrical services. Regulation 528.3 C3

6.20 Cables segregated/separated from non-electrical services

Unable to gain access to the main protective bonding conductor(s) connection. Regulation 543.3.2 C3

3.1.8 Accessibility of main protective bonding conductor connections

A fire-fighter's switch is required in the low voltage circuit supplying exterior electrical installations and interior discharge lighting operating at voltages exceeding low voltage (greater than 50V and 600V Uo a.c or greater than 120V and 900V between conductors or earth). Regulation 537.6.1 C2

7.3.1 Presence and condition of appropriate devices

Where cables have to run through a gas cylinder compartment they require protection against mechanical damage by use of conduit or an appropriate ducting system. Regulation 717.528.3.4 C2

20.10.3 Where cable(s) have to run through a gas cylinder compartment they are protected against mechanical damage and are capable of withstanding an impact equivalent to AG3 without signs of physical damage. Regulation 717.528.3.4

20.0 Mobile or Transportable Units (Section 717)

The flexible cable connecting the caravan to a caravan pitch socket-outlet requires to have a cross-sectional area in accordance with Table 721. Regulation 721.55.2.6 C2

21.21 The means of connecting the caravan to a caravan pitch socket-outlet complies with the relevant requirements. Regulation 721.55.2.6

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

As the wiring will be subject to vibration, all wiring is required to be protected by either location or enhanced mechanical protection to against mechanical damage, wiring passing through metalwork requires protection by means of bushes or grommets securely fixed into position. Regulation 721.522.7.1 C2

21.8 The requirement for the protection of the wiring against vibration has been met. Regulation 721.522.7.1

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

Terminal(s) showing signs of arcing. Regulation 526.2 C2

6.24 Condition of accessories including socket-outlets, switches and joint boxes

Enclosure of a fixed item of current using equipment damaged in a location containing a bath or shower resulting in risk in terms of it's I.P rating. Regulation 701.512.2 C2

9.6 Suitability of equipment for external influences for installed locations in terms of IP rating. Regulation 701.512.2

9.0 Location(s) containing a bath or shower (Section 701)

Socket-outlets positioned on floating pontoons or walkways where sited at a reduced height of a minimum 300mm above the highest water level requires appropriate protection for risk of splashing. Regulation 709.553.1.13 C2

16.12 The requirement for the placement of socket-outlets with regard to height above water has been met. Regulation 709.553.1.13

16.0 Marinas and Similar Locations (Section 709)

Luminaire supporting coupler(s) on a SELV or PELV system have been used where they are compatible with other plugs on other systems (low voltage). Regulation 414.4.3 C2

3.2.2 Plugs, socket-outlets and the like not interchangeable with those of other systems within the premises

Electrical equipment / accessory(s) suffering from ingress of excessive dust – risk of overheating cables or components or effecting the operation of equipment (e.g MCBs, contactors etc.) Regulation 512.2.4 C3

5.5 Condition of enclosure(s) in terms of IP rating

Stand(s) having a concentration of electrical equipment that is liable to generate excessive heat requires adequate ventilation. 711.422.4.2 C2

18.7 Items of equipment that generate high surface temperatures e.g lamps etc. are suitably guarded, and installed and located with the relevant standard. Regulation 711.422.4.2

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Suitable cable anchorages are required where strain can be placed upon electrical terminals. Regulation 711.526.1 C2

18.11 Except where necessary as a connection to a circuit no joints have been made in cable(s). Where joints have been made they are in enclosures with a degree of protection of at least IPXXD or IP4X. Where strain can be placed upon terminals, suitable cable anchorage(s) are incorporated. Regulation 711.526.1

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Tape joint(s) require correct termination. Regulation 526.5 C2

6.21.3 Connections of live conductors adequately enclosed

Mechanical protection for cables is required where wiring systems cross roads or walkways. Regulation 740.521.1 C2

23.9 The requirements for cables and cable management systems have been met. Regulation 740.521.1

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Insulated gland plate requires earthing from metallic cable glands to earth terminal. Regulation 411.3.1.1 C3

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

RCD protection required for the PV power supply system where at least simple separation between the a.c side and d.c side has not been provided. Regulation 712.411.3.2.1.2 C2

19.1.2 RCD protection has been provided for the PV power supply system which does not have at least simple separation between the a.c. side and the d.c. side. Regulation 712.411.3.2.1.2

19.0 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Supply systems (Section 712)

All exposed-conductive-parts of a Reduced Low Voltage System require connecting to earth. Regulation 411.8.3 C2

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

The electrical inlet protrudes significantly beyond the body of the caravan, therefore at risk of mechanical damage . Regulation 721.55.1 C3

21.15 The electrical inlet(s) comply with BS EN 60309-1 and if interchangeability is required, to comply with BS EN 60309-2 have been installed i) at not more than 1.8 m above ground level ii) in a readily accessible position iii) have a minimum degree of IP44 protection with or without a connector engaged and iv) does not protrude significantly beyond the body of the caravan. Regulation 721.55.1.2

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

Only electrical equipment for the connection of sauna equipment as per the instructions of the manufacturer of the sauna heater may be installed within zone 1. Regulation 703.537.5 C2

11.5 Suitability and positioning of switch-gear and control-gear which forms part of the sauna equipment or other equipment installed in zone 2 has been installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Other switchgear and control-gear for lighting etc. is located outside of the sauna room or cabin and socket-outlets have not been installed within the location containing the sauna heater. Regulation 703.537.5

11.0 Rooms and Cabins Containing Sauna Heaters (Section 703)

Where there is risk to socket-outlets from external influences (>AD4 – greater than splashed water e.g hosed water, >AE3 or ingress of objects greater than 1.00mm or >AG1 or danger of mechanical impact greater than low severity) additional protection has not been provided. Regulation 705.512.2 C2

13.5 Suitability of electrical equipment and positioning of socket-outlets for external influences. Regulation 705.512.2

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

All sockets rated at 20 amps or less throughout the property require additional RCD protection having a rated residual operating current (IΔn) not exceeding 30mA and an operating time not exceeding 40 ms at a residual current of 5 IΔn unless it is a circuit supplying a socket(s) that is/are specifically labelled or otherwise suitably identified for a connection of a particular item(s) of equipment. Regulation 411.3.3 C3

6.17.2 For all socket-outlets of rating 20 amps or less provided for use by ordinary persons

Trunking used as a circuit protective conductor having joints that are showing signs of corrosion and deterioration. Regulation 543.2.6 C2

3.1.4 Adequacy of earthing conductor connections

A PME earthing system has been used where suitability and effectiveness has not been confirmed before the connection has been made and/or the installation is not under the supervision of a skilled or instructed person. Regulation 711.411.4 C2

18.5 The requirement that a PME facility has not been used except where the installation is continuously under the supervision of a skilled or instructed person and that the suitability and effectiveness of the means of earthing has been confirmed before the connection is made. Regulation 711.411.4

18.0 Exhibitions, Shows and Stands (Section 711)

Accessory(s) requires mounting in a permanent fashion or re-fixing where it has become loose. Regulation 530.4.1 C2

6.24 Condition of accessories including socket-outlets, switches and joint boxes

CPC(s) require continuing through insulated enclosure(s). Regulation 411.3.1.1 C2

6.10 Presence and adequacy of circuit protective conductors

Where a portion of a caravan is operating at extra-low voltage (ELV) SELV and PELV circuits require basic insulation between live parts and other SELV or PELV circuits and protective separation from live parts at low voltage by double or reinforced insulation or by basic insulation and protective screening for the highest voltage that is present as per Regulation 414.1. Regulation 721.410.3.3.1 C2

21.0 Electrical Installations in Caravans and Motor Caravans (Section 721)

Metallic sheaths or metallic conduits are accessible in normal use in a location containing a sauna heater. Regulation 703.52 C2

11.4 The wiring system has been installed on the outside of the zones i.e. on the cold side of any thermal insulation or heat-resisting cable has been used where wiring has been installed on the warm side of the thermal insulation of zones 1 & 3. Metallic sheaths or metallic conduits where used are not accessible in normal use. Regulation 703.52

11.0 Rooms and Cabins Containing Sauna Heaters (Section 703)

Where the wiring system may be exposed to impact and mechanical damage from vehicles, agricultural machines etc. reinforced protection is required to a classification of AG3 (High severity of mechanical stress/impact). Regulation 705.522.16 C2

13.9 Requirements for conduit systems, cable trunking systems and cable ducting systems have been met. Regulation 705.522.16

13.0 Agricultural and Horticultural Premises (Section 705)

Electrical equipment positioned below services (such as water, steam or gas services) liable to be at risk from condensation. Regulation 512.2.1 C2

6.25 Suitability of accessories for external influences

The electricity supplier cut-out/fuse requires attention – suspect overloaded or running warm due to loose connection(s) . Regulation 134.1.5 C2

1.2 Service cut-out/fuse(s)

The electricity supply equipment is required to be not mounted more than 20 metres away from the connection to the caravan, leisure accommodation vehicle or tent. Regulation 708.530.3 C3

15.4 Electrical supply equipment is located not more than 20 m from the connection facility on the leisure accommodation vehicle or tent. Regulation 708.530.3

15.0 Electrical Installations in Caravan / Camping Parks and Similar Locations (Section 708)

The neutral conductor(s) of the star-point of generator(s) require to be connected to the exposed-conductive-parts of the generator(s) – (not applicable for an IT system). Regulation 740.551.8 C2

23.24.4 Except for an IT system the neutral conductor of the star-point of generator(s) are connected to the exposed-conductive-parts of the generator(s). Regulation 740.551.8

23.0 Temporary Electrical Installations for Structures, Amusement Devices and Booths at Fairgrounds, Amusement Parks and Circuses (Section 740)

Electrical accessories approved for use in Zone 1 or Zone 2 locations required for areas at risk of fire or potentially explosive atmospheres - environmental conditions. Regulation 132.5.2 C2

6.25 Suitability of accessories for external influences

Cable(s) showing signs of over heating/burning. Regulation 526.2 (v) C2

6.7 Examination of cables for signs of unacceptable thermal and mechanical damage/deterioration

Where high density livestock rearing is carried out an alternative or back-up secure source of supply is required for circuits controlling the supply of food, water, air and/or lighting where the normal supply is not ensured in the event of a power supply failure. Regulation 705.560.6 C2

13.13 Requirements for automatic life support systems for high density livestock rearing have been met. Regulation 705.560.6

13.10 Isolators

Restricted access areas require clearly and visibly marked using appropriate signs. Regulation 729.3 C3

22.1 For restricted access areas the following applies i) are clearly and visibly marked using appropriate signs ii) do not provide access to unauthorised persons. iii) doors provided for closed restricted access allow easy evacuation without the use of a key, tool or any other device not being part of the opening mechanism. Regulation 729.3

22.0 Operating and Maintenance Gangways (Section 729)

Where high density livestock rearing is carried out separate final circuits have not been provided for the supply of electrical equipment for the operation of ventilation and lighting. Regulation 705.560.6 C3

13.13 Requirements for automatic life support systems for high density livestock rearing have been met. Regulation 705.560.6

13.10 Isolators

Luminaires are required to be fixed directly to the structure or lining of the caravan. Regulation 721.55.2.4 C3

21.19 Luminaires are fixed directly to the structure or lining of the caravan and where applicable, provision has been made for a pendant luminaire to be secure to prevent damage when the caravan is in motion. Regulation 721.55.2.4

21.12 Proximity to non-electrical services

The correct type of cables/wiring systems are not being used with regard to flexibility and/or resistance to abrasion or water. Regulation 704.522.8.10 C2

12.4 Wiring systems are of the correct type and protection afforded where required. Regulation 704.52

12.0 Construction and Demolition Site Installations (Section 704)

Warning notice(s) required where there are alternative means of supply at the appropriate locations. Regulations 514.15.1 C3

5.19 Presence of alternative supply arrangement warning notice(s) at or near equipment where required