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When carrying out electrical inspection it is often the responsibility of a certified electrician to deliver certificates based upon that inspection. This category contains a selection of different electrical 17th edition certificates that are designed to ensure compliance with 17th edition and general electrical regulations.
Under the rules and regulations of the IET Wiring Regulations (17th Edition) it outlines that various types of electrical certificates and reports must be provided depending upon the type of work that was undertaken. Section 631.1 under Chapter 63 – Certification and Reporting states: “Upon completion of the verification of a new installation or changes to an existing installation, an electrical installation certificate, based on the model given in Appendix 6, must be issued”.
The rest of the chapter is an essential section for all electrical contractors to follow in order to stay in line with 17th edition wiring regulations – it goes on to state that Electrical Installation Condition Reports must be issued after periodic testing and that other certificates such as Minor Electrical Installation Works Certificates can be used as alternatives to Electrical Installation Certificates.
In order to maintain 17th edition electrical compliance it is therefore extremely important to consider exactly what type of electrical certificate you need, and make sure that is signed and filled in correctly as appropriate. This not only makes sure you are in line with 17th edition regs, but also makes sure your company can produce professional certificates and improve your overall reputation.
Of course there is also more specialist types of certificate – users can keep records on fire certification, document periodic inspection reports, write down details about emergency lighting procedures and more. There are also several different types of electrical installation certificates, including conditions reports, Part P Domestic electrical installation certificates, schedule of circuit details, observation recommendations and others.
Our selection of 17th edition certificates comes from some of the biggest names in test equipment manufacturing. Kewtech have put together several different certification types including a Log Book for Check Box Results and another for Emergency Lighting, and we also stock several other types of 17th edition documentation and certificates from manufacturer Metrel. These include a Metrel Electrical Installation Condition Report for commercial installations and Metrel Part P Domestic Electrical Installation Certificates (among others).