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Wiring Regulations in Brief: A Complete Guide to the Requirements of the 16th Edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations, BS 7671 and Part P of the Buil Ray Tricker

Wiring Regulations in Brief: A Complete Guide to the Requirements of the 16th Edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations, BS 7671 and Part P of the Buil

Ray Tricker

Published January 15th 2007
ISBN : 9780750668514
Paperback
617 pages
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This essential reference will prove an invaluable guide for anyone based in the electrical industry working on electrical systems (design, installation, inspection and testing), who requires a comprehensive source of information on the specificMoreThis essential reference will prove an invaluable guide for anyone based in the electrical industry working on electrical systems (design, installation, inspection and testing), who requires a comprehensive source of information on the specific requirements of the IEE Wiring Regulations (published by the IET), without having to trawl through the lengthy, complicated coverage of the Regulations themselves.Unlike the majority of texts available on the subject of the IEE Wiring Regulations, which explain how adherence to the Regulations is achieved in working practice, Ray Tricker presents the specifics of the actual regulatory Standard itself in his renowned, easily accessible, and informal writing style.Wiring Regulations in Brief presents the IEE Wiring Regulations with a unique topic-based approach. Unlike the Regulations themselves, related topics are linked areas such as inspection and testing are presented together in one section. This provides the reader with an exceptionally quick source of reference on all aspects of the Regulations as they relate to a specific area of working practice, which maximises easy identification of practical problems, and Regulations compliance.Part P, which brings domestic electrical installations under Building Regulations control as of 2005, is also covered in detail, to highlight the requirement that any person who carries out domestic electrical installation work, is now legally required to demonstrate their competence in their area of work.* Comprehensive, succinct reference - avoids the need to search through lengthy Standards* Topic based presentation links related areas of working practice for ease of reference* Informal writing style maximises accessibility, avoiding legal jargon and complex regulations definitions