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Electrician's Guide to the Building Regulations BS 7671:2018+A2:2022 Edition 2022 (PDF)

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About the Guide:
Publisher: IET
Place of Publication: United Kingdom
Pages: 267
Edition: 2022
Language: English
Size: 78Mb

This Electrician's Guide covers relevant parts of the Building Regulations, including Fire Safety, Ventilation, and Conservation of Fuel and Power.

The 6th Edition has been fully updated to the requirements of Amendment 2:2022 to BS7671:2018.

Content:

Cooperating organizations 6
Acknowledgements 7
Preface 9
Chapter 1 Legislation 11
1.1 Health and safety 11
1.2 The Building Regulations 15
1.3 Approved Document P: Electrical safety - Dwellings Applies in England Only 19
1.4 Notification to Building Control, etc. 21
1.5 Notifiable work 26
1.6 Non-notifiable work 27
1.7 Provision of information 2 8
1.8 Scottish Building Regulations 28
1.9 Welsh Building Regulations 2 8
1.10 Building Regulations in Northern Ireland 29
1.11 Qualifications for Qualified Supervisors 2 9
Chapter 2 Design, selection and erection of electrical installations 31
2.1 Design 31
2.2 Selection of materials 32
2.3 Installation 34
2.4 Protection to prevent the spread of fire and smoke 40
Chapter 3 Mains position 43
3.1 Location and accessibility 43
3.2 Supply systems 46
3.3 Earthing and protective equipotential bonding 51
3.4 Labelling 57
3.5 Installing residual current devices (RCDs) 61
Chapter 4 Circuit specifications 67
4.1 Standard circuits 67
4.2 Final circuits using 1 3 A socket-outlets (to BS 1363-2) and fused connection units (to BS 1363-4) 72
4.3 Permanently connected equipment: requirements for switching 74
4.4 Cooker circuits in household or similar premises 74
4.5 Water and space heating 75
4.6 Lighting circuits 76
Chapter 5 Kitchens, special installations, special locations, etc. 77
5.1 Introduction 77
5.2 Kitchens 7 7
5.3 Locations containing a bath or shower 80
5.4 Swimming pools, hot tubs, etc. 86
5.5 Hot air saunas 88
5.6 Floor and ceiling heating systems 89
5.7 Outdoor lighting and power, sheds, garagesand greenhouses 90
5.8 Solar photovoltaic systems and small-scale embedded generators 92
5.9 Builders' supplies 92
5.10 Electric vehicle (EV) charging installations 93
Chapter 6 Inspection and testing 95
6.1 Introduction 9 5
6.2 Inspection 100
6.3 Testing 109
6.4 Operation of RCDsand RCBOs 126
Chapter 7 Safe working 133
7.1 Safety policy and risk assessment 133
7.2 Pre-work survey ' 3 4
7.3 Pre-work tests 134
7.4 Isolation 136
7.5 Safe isolation procedure 136
7.6 Defects in electrical installations 141
Chapter 8 Maintenance 143
8.1 The need for maintenance 143
8.2 Domestic installations 143
8.3 Purpose of periodic inspection (condition reporting) 144
8.4 Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) 144
Chapter 9 Three-phase supplies 157
9.1 Electricity distribution 157
9.2 Dwellings 157
9.3 Characteristics of three-phase supplies 158
9.4 Fault levels 160
9.5 Design 161
9.6 Alternating voltage and current 161
9.7 Complex power 162
9.8 Single-phase AC equipment 163
9.9 Three-phase AC equipment 163
Chapter 10 Other Building Regulations 165
10.1 Structure (Approved Document A) 167
10.2 Fire safety (Approved Document B) 170
10.3 Site preparation and resistance to contaminants and moisture (Approved Document C) 177
10.4 Resistanceto the passage of sound (Approved Document E) 178
10.5 Ventilation (Approved Document F:2013 edition) 180
10.6 Conservation of fuel and power in dwellings (Approved Documents LIAandLIB: 2010 editions) 184
10.7 Accessto and use of buildings (Approved Document M) 187
Chapter 11 Identification of conductors 191
11.1 Introduction 191
11.2 Addition or alteration to an existing installation 193
11.3 Switch wires in a new installation or an addition or alteration to an existing installation 195
11.4 Intermediate and two-way switch wires in a new installation or an addition or alteration to an existing installation 196
11.5 Line conductors in anew installation or an addition or alteration to an existing installation 197
11.6 Changes to cable core colour identification 197
11.7 Addition or alteration to a DC installation 198
Chapter 12 Scottish Building Regulations 199
12.1 Introduction 199
12.2 Legislation 199
12.3 Scottish guidance documents 200
12.4 Procedures 201
12.5 Electrical installations 204
12.6 Guidance on electrical work not requiring a warrant 205
12.7 Comparison between Scottish and English guidance documents 208
Chapter 13 Welsh Building Regulations 209
13.1 Introduction 209
13.2 Approved Document P: Electrical safety - Dwellings (2006 edition with 2010 amendments) 210
13.3 Notification to Building Control 212
13.4 Non-notifiable minor work 215
13.5 Provision of information 218
Appendix A Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020 219
Appendix B Approved Document B: Fire safety. Volume 1 Dwellings 227
Appendix C Safety instructions 235
Appendix D Additional guidance 251
Index 253

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Albert
Albert
05/05/2022
Excellently written book in the latest edition.
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