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To be used mainly for commercial, industrial and large domestic properties.
The purpose of periodic inspection is to determine, so far as is reasonably practicable, whether an electrical installation is in a satisfactory condition for continued service (see Section E and G). This report provides an assessment of the condition of the electrical installation identified overleaf at the time it was inspected and tested, taking into account the stated extent of the installation and the limitations of the inspection and testing.
The report identifies any damage, deterioration, defects and/or conditions found by the inspector which may give rise to danger (see Section F), together with any items for which improvement is recommended.
If you were the person ordering this report, but not the user of the installation, you should pass this report, or a full copy of it including these notes, the schedules and additional pages (if any), immediately to the user.
This report should be retained in a safe place and shown to any person inspecting or undertaking further work on the electrical installation in the future. If you later vacate the property, this report will provide the new user with an assessment of the condition of the electrical installation at the time the periodic inspection was carried out.
Where the installation incorporates residual current devices (RCDs), there should be a notice at or near the distribution board stating that they should be tested quarterly. FOR SAFETY REASONS, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU CARRY OUT THE TEST REGULARLY.
For safety reasons, the electrical installation should be re-inspected at appropriate intervals by a skilled person or persons, competent in such work. The recommended date by which the next inspection should be carried out is stated in Section I of this report. There should also be a notice at or near the main switchboard or consumer unit indicating when the next inspection of the installation is due. NICEIC recommends that you engage the services of an Approved Contractor for the inspection.
This report has been issued in accordance with the national standard for the safety of electrical installations, British Standard 7671 (as amended) – Requirements for Electrical Installations.
E-Certs Quantity 20 Certificate Code IPR18 Industry Electric Method E-Certs Scheme AC - Approved Contractor Type Electrical Updated To BS 7671:2018 (18th Edition)