• INSPECTION REPORT FOR SWITCHBOARDS
    CVSG ASSET SERVICES PTY LTD
    ABN 62 128 821 698

    Conducted in accordance with:
    AS/NZS 3003:2011 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS - PATIENT AREAS

INSPECTION DETAILS

  • Select date

  • Location:

  • Switchboard Type:

  • ASSET NO. BAR CODE AVAILABLE?

  • List Captured FLIR Images.

  • Delta T K

  • Further Action for Priority 1, Priority 2 or Priority 3 items.

INSPECTION

  • All electrical equipment & fittings in good condition?

  • Wiring and switches - Check general condition of conduits, connectors, switches and wiring especially in damp and outdoor areas.

  • Contacts and relays - Check and clean contacts or relays. Notify the Principal’s Representative of any faulty contacts or relays that need replacement.

  • Interpole barriers - Inspect interpole barriers and shrouds where fitted.

  • Cable insulation - Check cable insulation. Notify the Principal’s Representative of any damaged or faulty exposed cable insulation.

  • Switchboard - Vacuum clean the switchboard interior and remove an rubbish.

  • Door / panel seals - Check door / panel seals. Notify the Principal’s Representative of any damaged or faulty seals.

  • Indicating lights Check operation and replace lamps as required.

SWITCHBOARD ROOM / CUPBOARD

  • Check clearance around switchboard. Ensure rubbish, spare parts, stock etc does not infringe on mandatory clearances around switchboard.

  • Check clear access to and from exit doors for switch rooms

  • Check all exit doors are clearly labelled and are properly secured to prevent the entrance of an unauthorised person from outside whilst at all times allowing free escape from inside.

SWITCHBOARD

  • Open and/or remove all doors, access panels, cable covers, escutcheon panels etc and carry out the following work: • Inspect for any evidence of dampness or condensation • Check operation of any heater and inspect any anticondensation finishes for signs of deterioration • Check for smells that might indicate overloading or deterioration of equipment/components. • Check for noises that might indicate electrical discharge, tracking or looseness of components or equipment that requires servicing eg contactors • Inspect insulation for signs of deterioration or tracking • Inspect switchgear, controls, cabling, busbars etc for dust build-up, signs of overheating/loose connections and general condition of equipment • Check any penetrations in the switchboard are sealed • Check for rodent/pest infestation. Treat and clean as required Close and/or reinstall doors, access panels, cable covers, escutcheon panels etc after the thermoscan and all other items have been completed. Ensure all fixings for panels etc are installed and securely tightened.

  • Check labels are legible and suitably attached. Refix any labels that have been dislodged.

  • Check circuit schedules are available and legible.

  • Check for signs of corrosion and/or condition of : • Paint • Door locking handles and levers • Hinges • Cable access points.o

  • Clean all external surfaces of the switchboard to remove any dust.

SURGE DIVERTERS

  • • Inspect condition of surge diverters, where fitted, in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and report if less then 50% of life remaining • Inspect existing surge diverters to determine if they visually indicate the integrity of the surge diverter protection • Inspect all main switchboards to determine if surge diverters are fitted Report to Principal’s Representative your findings above.

INSPECTION COMPLETE

  • INSTALLATION COMPLIANT WITH AS/NZS 3000:2007

  • Name & Signature

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