IET Electricians Guide to the Building Regulations 5th Edition 2018 (PDF)

IET Electricians Guide to the Building Regulations 5th Edition 2018 (PDF)
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About the Electrician's Guide:


Pages: 280 pages;
Size: 218 MB;
Publisher: IET;
Language: English;
Edition: 2018;

– includes the latest guidance on third-party certification schemes.
– covers relevant parts of the Building Regulations, including Fire Safety, Ventilation and Conservation of Energy.


Content:


  • Section 1 Legislation
    1.1 Health and safety
    1.2 The Building Regulations
    1,3 Approved Document P: Electrical safety -
    1.4 Notification to Building Control, etc.
    1.5 Notifiable work
    1.6 Non-notifiable work
    1.7 Provision of information
    1.8 Scottish Building Regulations
    1.9 Welsh Building Regulations
    1.10 Building Regulations in Northern Ireland
    1.11 Qualifications for Qualified Supervisors
    Section 2 Design, selection and erection of electrical installations
    2.1 Design
    2.2 Selection of materials
    2.3 Installation
    Section 3 Mains position
    3.1 Location and accessibility
    3.2 Supply systems
    3.3 Earthing and protective equipotential bonding
    3.4 Labellings
    3.5 Installing residual current devices (RCDs)
    Section 4 Circuit specifications
    4.1 Standard circuits
    4.2 Final circuits using 13 A socket-outiets (to BS 1363-2) and fused connection units (to BS 1363-4)
    4.3 Permanently connected equipment: requirements for switching
    4.4 Cooker circuits in household or similar premises
    4.5 Water and space heating
    4.6 Lighting circuits
    Section 5 Kitchens, special installations, special locations, etc.
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Kitchens
    5.3 Locations containing a bath or shower
    5.4 Swimming pools, hot tubs, etc.
    5.5 Hot air saunas
    5.6 Floor and ceiling heating systems
    5.7 Outdoor lighting and power, sheds, garages and greenhouses
    5.8 Solar photovoltaic systems and small-scale embedded generators
    5.9 Builders' supplies
    5.10 Electric vehicle charging installations
    Section 6 Inspection and testing BE
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Inspection
    6.3 Testing
    6.4 Operation of residual current devices (RCDS) and residual current breakers with over-current protection (RCBOs)
    Section 7 Safe working
    7.1 Safety policy and risk assessment
    7.2 Pre-work survey
    7.3 Pre-work tests
    7.4 Isolation
    7.5 Defects in electrical installations
    Section 8 Maintenance
    8.1 The need for maintenance
    8.2 Domestic installations
    8.3 Purpose of periodic inspection (condition reporting)
    8.4 Electrical Installation Condition Report
    Section 9 Three-phase supplies
    9.1 Electricity distribution
    9.2 Dwellings
    9.3 Characteristics of three-phase supplies
    9.4 Fault levels
    9.5 Design
    9.6 Alternating voltage and current
    9.7 Complex power
    9.8 Single-phase AC equipment
    9.9 Three-phase AC equipment
    Section 10 Other Building Regulations
    10.1 Structure (Approved Document A)
    10.2 Fire safety (Approved Document B)
    10.3 Site preparation and resistance to contaminants and moisture (Approved Document C)
    10.4 Resistance to the passage of sound (Approved Document E)
    10.5 Ventilation (Approved Document F: 2010 edition)
    10.6 Conservation of fuel and power in dwellings (Approved Documents L1A and L1B: 2010 editions)
    10.7 Access to and use of buildings (Approved Document M)
    Section 11 Identification of conductors
    11.1 Introduction
    11.2 Addition or alteration to an existing installation
    11.3 Switch wires in a new installation or an addition or alteration to an existing installation
    11.4 Intermediate and two-way switch wires in a new installation or an addition or alteration to an existing installation
    11.5 Line conductors in a new installation or an addition or alteration to an existing installation
    11.6 Changes to cable core color identification
    11.7 Addition or alteration to a DC installation
    Section 12 Scottish Building Regulations 177
    12.1 Introduction
    12.2 Legislation
    12.3 Scottish guidance documents
    12.4 Procedures
    12.5 Electrical installations
    12.6 Guidance on electrical work not requiring a warrant
    12.7 Comparison between Scottish and English guidance documents
    Section 13 Welsh Building Regulations
    Dwellings: 2006 edition
    13.1 Introduction
    13.2 Approved Document P: Electrical safety - with 2010 amendments
    13.3 Notification to Building Control
    13.4 Non-notifiable minor work
    13.5 Provision of information
    Appendix A The Eiectrotechnical Assessment Specification
    Appendix B Electrical installation competent person schemes
    Appendix C Building Regulations: Third Party Certification Schemes. Conditions of Authorization
    Appendix D Approved Document B: Fire safety, Volume 1 - Dwelling-houses
    Appendix E Safety instructions
    Index

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Glen
Glen
16/06/2021
I'm pleased with this guide. The price is reasonable. Thank you!
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