Portable building ID and Number of Bays

  • Cabin ID

  • Number of bays

  • Purpose of Report is to Verify that the electrical installation for the portable building complies with BS 7671:2008 and is in a satisfactory condition for Hire or Sale

Methods of Protection against Electric Shock

  • BOTH BASIC AND FAULT PROTECTION - SELV

  • BASIC PROTECTION-Insulation of live parts

  • BASIC PROTECTION - Barriers or Enclosures

  • FAULT PROTECTION - AUTOMATIC DISCONNECTION OF SUPPLY
    Presence of earthling conductor

  • FAULT PROTECTION - AUTOMATIC DISCONNECTION OF SUPPLY
    Presence of circuit protection conductors

  • FAULT PROTECTION - AUTOMATIC DISCONNECTION OF SUPPLY
    Presence of protective bonding conductors

  • FAULT PROTECTION - AUTOMATIC DISCONNECTION OF SUPPLY
    Presence of supplementary bonding conductors

  • FAULT PROTECTION - AUTOMATIC DISCONNECTION OF SUPPLY
    ADDITIONAL PROTECTION
    Presence of residual current device(s)

  • FAULT PROTECTION - AUTOMATIC DISCONNECTION OF SUPPLY
    ADDITIONAL PROTECTION
    Presence of supplementary bonding conductors

  • FAULT PROTECTION - AUTOMATIC DISCONNECTION OF SUPPLY
    ADDITIONAL PROTECTION
    Choice of setting of protective and monitoring devices (for fault and/or overcurrent protection)

Prevention of mutual detrimental influence

  • Proximity of non-electrical services and other influences

Identification

  • Presence of diagrams, instructions, circuit charts and similar information

  • Presence of danger notices and other warning notices

  • Labelling of protective devices, switches and terminals

  • Identification of conductors

Cables and Conductors

  • Selection of conductors for current-carrying capacity and voltage drop

  • Erection methods

  • Routing of cables in prescribed zones

  • Cables incorporating earthed armour or sheath, or run within an earthed wiring system, or otherwise adequately protected against nails, screws and the like

  • Additional protection provided by 30 mA RCD for cables concealed in walls (where required in premises not under the supervision of a skilled or instructed person)

  • Connection of conductors

  • Presence of fire barriers, suitable seals and protection against thermal effects

General

  • Presence and correct location of appropriate devices for isolation and switching

  • Adequacy of access to switchgear and other equipment

  • Particular protective measures for special installations and locations

  • Connection of single-pole devices for protection or switching in line conductors only

  • Correct connection of accessories and equipment

  • Selection of equipment and protective measures appropriate to external influences

  • Selection of appropriate functional switching devices

  • FUNCTIONAL TEST

  • COMMENTS / REMEDIAL WORK COMPLETED BEFORE INSPECTION

This Inspection has been carried out in accordance with BS 7671:2008 (IEE Wiring Regulations) amended to __________ . Cables concealed within trunking and conduit, or cables and conduits concealed under floors, roof spaces and generally within the fabric of the building or underground have not been inspected.

  • NEXT INSPECTION
    This unit should be next inspected not more than 12 months from the date of the latest Electrical Installation Certificate, Periodic Inspection Report or Pre Delivery Inspection & Testing Report. Should the unit be relocated before this period a new report will be required

  • Date of next inspection

  • Signature For or On behalf of Portable Offices (Hire) Ltd

  • Counter Signature For or On behalf of Portable Offices (Hire) Ltd

  • DATE OF INSPECTION

  • This unit will need to be tested in accordance with BS 7671 once a supply is connected. This inspection and testing should be carried out by a competent person and a relevant report produced

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