Including Approved Document P, Electrical Safety in Dwellings : (applicable in England and Wales - SI 2531 -2000).
Publisher: Peter Peregrinus Limited
Category: Technology & Engineering
The law requires you from 1 January 2005 to meet the requirements of the Building Regulations. This new guide has been written so that electricians can meet the requirements not only of Part P: Electrical Safety in Dwellings, but also other relevant Building Regulations. It is written to meet the needs of those studying for the Level 2 Domestic Installers award. The new guide includes simple standardised circuits, with full colour pictures and a comprehensive index.
Electrical installations, Electric wiring systems, Electrical equipment, Electric power systems, Electrical testing, Buildings, Building regulations, Electrical safety, Domestic electrical installations, Building and Construction
The Electrician's Guide to the Building Regulations will ensure domestic installers not only comply with the requirements for electrical safety, but also with other relevant parts, including Fire Safety, Ventilation and Conservation of Energy. The fourth edition has been updated in line with the changes in Amendment 3 to BS 7671:2008 publishing on 5 January and coming into effect on 1 July 2015. All new installations from this point must comply with Amendment 3 to BS 7671:2008. Many of the changes in Amendment 3 are reflected in this essential guide to the Building Regulations. These are expected to include (but are not limited to): * Changes in definitions throughout Regulations * Changes to earth fault loop impedances for all protective devices * Consumer units (to come into effect January 2016) * Isolation of outdoor lighting * Cables in bathrooms * Outdoor lighting * ELV lighting * Updated to BS 7671:2008+A3:2015 * Approved by key industry stakeholders
Author: The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Publisher: Electrical Regulations
Category: Technology & Engineering
Electrician's Guide to the Building Regulations includes the latest guidance on third-party certification schemes and covers relevant parts of the Building Regulations, including Fire Safety, Ventilation and Conservation of Energy. This guide has been fully updated to BS 7671:2018. The 18th Edition IET Wiring Regulations publishes in July 2018 and comes into effect on 1st January 2019. All new installations from this point must comply with BS 7671:2018.
"This book gives guidance on the Building Regulations for England, Scotland and Wales. It includes guidance not only on the requirements for electrical installations (Part P) but also for other parts of the Building Regulations (Parts A,B,C,E,F,Lamd M) that persons carrying out electrical installations are expected to comply with" -- Preface.
National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting
For more than 30 years, students and practising electricians have relied on John Whitfield to guide them through the complexities of the Wiring Regulations. Unlike other publications, it does not assume that readers are fully conversant with electrical theory. It assumes just a basic knowledge and introduces technical matter with brief easy-to-understand explanations. His Guide is a recognised brand, has consistently been a bestseller and regarded as THE guide to the Wiring Regulations. This 4th Edition covers Amendment 3:2015, regarded as ‘potentially life-saving’, which comes into effect July 2015. As in earlier editions, all useful relevant details derived from other IET publications such as Guidance Notes, Wiring Matters, which might otherwise be overlooked by electricians, are included. Importantly the Guide also benefits from the most up-to-date, hands-on expertise provided by the co-author, Andrew Hay-Ellis, whose credentials are second-to-none. He is an established author of vocational electrical books and, amongst other functions, is a Chief Examiner at City & Guilds.
The Electrician's Guide to the 16th Edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations by John Whitfield has been a bestseller for nearly 20 years. The book takes you step by step through the complexities of the Wiring Regulations and translates these into words and diagrams which are easy to understand and easy to put into practice. The new 8th Edition, released in March 2005, follows the successful style and format of previous editions. It covers Part P of the Building Regs which stipulates that electrical installation work in dwellings in England and Wales is now subject to Building Regulations. It also covers alarm and emergency lighting systems.
The Wiring Regulations BS 7671:2008, commonly known as the 17th edition, were released more than 2 years ago. Since then, a series of documents published by the IEE/IET has provided a variety of details missing from the original BS 7671:2008. This edition puts together the complete information in a practical manner.