Audit

WHO IS THE POWER UTILITY COMPANY?

WHAT STATE IS THE AUDIT CONDUCTED IN?

IS THE SWITCHBOARD, PIT OR POLE MOUNTED?

WHAT IS THE METER NMI NUMBER?

IS THE METER, METERED OR UNMETERED?

CONFIRM SIZE OF MAINS AND MAIN EARTH

Instructions

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Method of Procedure
• CommScope 384-Line FTTN Cabinet - National (excluding CitiPower and Powercor)

PART 1 | PREPARE SITE

A1 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise work is being undertaken at site.

A2 - Conduct HSE risk assessment and pre-start checklist per delivery partner risk management policies (i.e SWMS or JSEA)

A3 - Ensure safety prestart is conducted and appropriate controls are implemented, such as:

• Traffic control, if required

• Pedestrian management

• Barriers

• Low voltage rescue kit is available

PART 2 | CONFIRM BACKUP SUPPLY & ISOLATE NORMAL SUPPLY

A4 - Check battery capacity remaining. If capacity is sufficient to complete work without loss of service, proceed. If not, do not proceed and contact FTTN NOC.

A5 - Isolate at main switchboard fuse, or only if authorized then at utility fuse, apply lockout tag as required. NOTE: Works are able to be performed with the supply to the switchboard energized and the main switchboard fuse isolated provided that the appropriate risk assessments and safe work methods are implemented and adhered to.

A6 - Test and confirm outgoing subcircuit at main switchboard is isolated.

A7 - At the cabinet, test and confirm incoming supply is isolated.

PART 3 | INSTALL SI RCBO in Cabinet

A8 - IF 2x Surge Protection Devices (SPD) are installed, move rectifier MCB's to the right by 1 module. If only 1x SPD is installed, rectifier MCB's may remain where they are.

A9 - Disconnect active cable between SPD and the busbar at the MCB's

A10 - Install SI RCBO on DIN-rail between SPD(s) and 2x rectifier MCB's

TIP: Refer to schematic SCH-38-COMMSCOPE-SI for further clarify on the following steps.

A11 - Install 6 mm2 active cable between SPD and SI RCBO

A12 - Install 6 mm2 active cable between SI RCBO and 2x rectifier MCB's

A13 - Disconnect 2x rectifier subcircuit neutral conductors from the neutral bar and reconnect to load-side neutral terminal of SI RCBO

A14 - Remove 3rd rectifier subcircuit neutral conductor (unused socket)

A15 - Install 6 mm2 neutral cable between the neutral bar and line-side neutral terminal of SI RCBO

A16 - Ensure that the labeling of the front cover of the CommScope switchboard is updated accordingly with permanent type labels.

PART 4 | AT MAIN SWITCHBOARD, REPLACE RCBO WITH MCB

A17 - At external switchboard, remove neutral cable between the neutral bar and existing RCBO

A18 - Remove existing RCBO

A19 - Install the MCB (per the materials list) in place of the existing RCBO

A20 - Reconnect outgoing neutral cable directly to the neutral bar. If cable length is too short, utilize a cable connector (Clipsal part number 563L2)

A21 - Test per AS / NZS 3000 and AS / NZS 3017

PART 5 | ENERGIZE, TEST AND SUBMIT

A22 - Complete Certificate of Electrical Safety

A23 - Reconnect supply (at fuse in main switchboard)

A24 - Conduct any remaining tests, i.e those that require supply to be available.

A25 - Ensure supply is working and cabinet is powered on

A26 - Mark up the existing AC single line diagram or replace with an updated and laminated diagram whilst on site; this diagram can be found in the document holder inside the cabinet as well as in the document container located in the NBN electrical pit.

A27 - Ensure the switchboard schematic and table of switchboard on the AC bay door is updated.

A28 - Submit Certificate of Electrical Safety (for non-prescribed electrical installation work) to Energy Safe Victoria (ESV)

A29 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise job is complete prior to leaving site.

A30 - Submit the below listed artefacts (certificate and photos) to NBN.

ARTEFACTS TO SUPPLY

Photograph of completed external (pole, pillar or pit) switchboard.
Photograph of completed CommScope switchboard.
Photograph of updated schematic on AC bay door.
Photograph of updated schematic (to be placed in cabinet document holder).
Photograph of cabinet serial number (legible).
Photograph of cabinet switchboard serial number (legible).
Photograph or scan of Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region).
For pole-mounted switchboards : Photograph of conduit at top of pole (i.e. at point of connection to mains).
Photograph of removed RCBO clearly showing the model number (i.e. RCBO that was on site prior to works)

Provide noteworthy summary of site observations (such as cable damage, loose cable connections to switchboard and evidence of water ingress and vermin ingress)

Additional Site Observation Photo's.
COMPLETION & SIGN-OFF
Add signature
• CommScope 384-Line FTTN Cabinet - Victoria (CitiPower and Powercor only)

PART 1 | PREPARE SITE

B1 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise work is being undertaken at site.

B2 - Conduct HSE risk assessment and pre-start checklist per delivery partner risk management policies (i.e SWMS or JSEA)

B3 - Ensure safety prestart is conducted and appropriate controls are implemented, such as:

• Traffic control, if required

• Pedestrian management

• Barriers

• Low voltage rescue kit is available

PART 2 | CONFIRM BACKUP SUPPLY & ISOLATE NORMAL SUPPLY

B4 - Check battery capacity remaining. If capacity is sufficient to complete work without loss of service, proceed. If not, do not proceed and contact FTTN NOC.

B5 - Isolate at main switchboard fuse, or only if authorized then at utility fuse, apply lockout tag as required. NOTE: Works are able to be performed with the supply to the switchboard energized and the main switchboard fuse isolated provided that the appropriate risk assessments and safe work methods are implemented and adhered to.

B6 - Test and confirm outgoing subcircuit at main switchboard is isolated.

B7 - At the cabinet, test and confirm incoming supply is isolated.

PART 3 | INSTALL SI RCBO in Cabinet

B8 - IF 2x Surge Protection Devices (SPD) are installed, move rectifier MCB's to the right by 1 module. If only 1x SPD is installed, rectifier MCB's may remain where they are.

B9 - Disconnect active cable between SPD and the busbar at the MCB's

B10 - Install SI RCBO on DIN-rail between SPD(s) and 2x rectifier MCB's

TIP: Refer to schematic SCH-38-COMMSCOPE-SI for further clarify on the following steps.

B11 - Install 6 mm2 active cable between SPD and SI RCBO

B12 - Install 6 mm2 active cable between SI RCBO and 2x rectifier MCB's

B13 - Disconnect 2x rectifier subcircuit neutral conductors from the neutral bar and reconnect to load-side neutral terminal of SI RCBO

B14 - Remove 3rd rectifier subcircuit neutral conductor (unused socket)

B15 - Install 6 mm2 neutral cable between the neutral bar and line-side neutral terminal of SI RCBO

B16 - Ensure that the labeling of the front cover of the CommScope switchboard is updated accordingly with permanent type labels.

PART 4 | AT MAIN SWITCHBOARD, REPLACE RCBO WITH MCB

B17 - At external switchboard, remove neutral cable between the neutral bar and existing RCBO

B18 - Remove existing RCBO

B19 - Install the MCB (per the materials list) in place of the existing RCBO

B20 - Reconnect outgoing neutral cable directly to the neutral bar. If cable length is too short, utilize a cable connector (Clipsal part number 563L2)

B21 - Test per AS / NZS 3000 and AS / NZS 3017

PART 5 | ENERGIZE, TEST AND SUBMIT

B22 - Complete Certificate of Electrical Safety

B23 - Reconnect supply (at fuse in main switchboard)

B24 - Conduct any remaining tests, i.e those that require supply to be available.

B25 - Ensure supply is working and cabinet is powered on

B26 - Mark up the existing AC single line diagram or replace with an updated and laminated diagram whilst on site; this diagram can be found in the document holder inside the cabinet as well as in the document container located in the NBN electrical pit.

B27 - Ensure the switchboard schematic and table of switchboard on the AC bay door is updated.

B28 - Submit Certificate of Electrical Safety (for non-prescribed electrical installation work) to Energy Safe Victoria (ESV)

B29 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise job is complete prior to leaving site.

B30 - Submit the below listed artefacts (certificate and photos) to NBN.

ARTEFACTS TO SUPPLY

Photograph of completed external (pole, pillar or pit) switchboard.
Photograph of completed CommScope switchboard.
Photograph of updated schematic on AC bay door.
Photograph of updated schematic (to be placed in cabinet document holder).
Photograph of cabinet serial number (legible).
Photograph of cabinet switchboard serial number (legible).
Photograph or scan of Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region).
For pole-mounted switchboards : Photograph of conduit at top of pole (i.e. at point of connection to mains).
Photograph of removed RCBO clearly showing the model number (i.e. RCBO that was on site prior to works)

Provide noteworthy summary of site observations (such as cable damage, loose cable connections to switchboard and evidence of water ingress and vermin ingress)

Additional Site Observation Photo's.
COMPLETION & SIGN-OFF
Add signature
• Nokia 384 Line FTTN Cabinet - National (excluding Victoria)

PART 1 | PREPARE SITE

C1 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise work is being undertaken at site.

C2 - Conduct HSE risk assessment and pre-start checklist per delivery partner risk management policies (i.e SWMS or JSEA)

C3 - Ensure safety prestart is conducted and appropriate controls are implemented, such as:

• Traffic control, if required

• Pedestrian management

• Barriers

• Low voltage rescue kit is available

PART 2 | CONFIRM BACKUP SUPPLY & ISOLATE NORMAL SUPPLY

C4 - Check battery capacity remaining. If capacity is sufficient to complete work without loss of service, proceed. If not, do not proceed and contact FTTN NOC.

C5 - Isolate at main switchboard fuse, or only if authorized then at utility fuse, apply lockout tag as required. NOTE: Works are able to be performed with the supply to the switchboard energized and the main switchboard fuse isolated provided that the appropriate risk assessments and safe work methods are implemented and adhered to.

C6 - Test and confirm outgoing subcircuit at main switchboard is isolated.

C7 - At the cabinet, test and confirm incoming supply is isolated.

PART 3 | Replace RCBO.

C8 - Remove existing RCBO.

C9 - Install approved SI RCBO.

C10 - Test per AS/NZS 3000 and AS/NZS 3017.

Part 4 Energise, Test and Submit

C11 - Complete Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region)

C12 - Re-connect supply (at fuse in main switchboard).

C13 - Complete any remaining test, i.e. those that require supply to be available.

C14 - Ensure supply is working and cabinet is powered on.

C15 - Mark up the existing AC single line diagram or replace with an updated and laminated diagram whilst on site; this diagram can be found in the document holder inside the cabinet as well as in the document container located in the NBN electrical pit.

C16 - Submit Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region) to the relevant legislative body.

C17 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise job is complete prior to leaving site.

C18 - Submit the below listed artefacts (certificate and photographs) to NBN.

ARTEFACTS TO SUPPLY

Photograph of completed external (pole, pillar or pit) switchboard.
Photograph of updated schematic (to be placed in cabinet document holder).
Photograph or scan of Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region).
For pole-mounted switchboards : Photograph of conduit at top of pole (i.e. at point of connection to mains).
Photograph of removed RCBO clearly showing the model number (i.e. RCBO that was on site prior to works)

Provide noteworthy summary of site observations (such as cable damage, loose cable connections to switchboard and evidence of water ingress and vermin ingress)

Additional Site Observation Photo's.
COMPLETION & SIGN-OFF
Add signature
• Nokia 384-Line FTTN Cabinet - Victoria (CitiPower and Powercor only)

PART 1 | PREPARE SITE

D1 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise work is being undertaken at site.

D2 - Conduct HSE risk assessment and pre-start checklist per delivery partner risk management policies (i.e SWMS or JSEA)

D3 - Ensure safety prestart is conducted and appropriate controls are implemented, such as:

• Traffic control, if required

• Pedestrian management

• Barriers

• Low voltage rescue kit is available

PART 2 | CONFIRM BACKUP SUPPLY & ISOLATE NORMAL SUPPLY

D4 - Check battery capacity remaining. If capacity is sufficient to complete work without loss of service, proceed. If not, do not proceed and contact FTTN NOC.

D5 - Isolate at main switchboard fuse, or only if authorized then at utility fuse, apply lockout tag as required. NOTE: Works are able to be performed with the supply to the switchboard energized and the main switchboard fuse isolated provided that the appropriate risk assessments and safe work methods are implemented and adhered to.

D6 - Test and confirm outgoing subcircuit at main switchboard is isolated.

D7 - At the cabinet, test and confirm incoming supply is isolated.

PART 3 | REWIRE CABINET

D8 - Remove generator changeover cover.

D9 -Install 2.5 mm2 earth cable generator supply input neutral terminal of changeover switch in combination with
existing generator supply neutral cable via twin cable bootlace lug.

D10 - Install 2.5 mm2 eye lug to other end of earth cable and secure to spare terminal on PE bar within FTTN cabinet HEX compartment.

D11 - Label the newly installed earth cable at the end connected to the PE bar as “GENERATOR N-E BOND” with a permanent type label.

D12 - Move normal supply neutral wire from output neutral terminal of changeover switch to normal supply input neutral terminal.

D13 - Remove TIB-2465 related label from changeover switch cover.

D14 - Install label to front of changeover switch cover “TIB-3374 COMPLIANT” with a permanent type label.

D15 - Reinstate changeover switch cover.

PART 4 | REPLACE RCBO

D16 - Remove existing RCBO.

D17 - Install approved SI RCBO.

D18 - (Pole-mounted switchboards only) Remove existing switchboard cover.

D19 - (Pole-mounted switchboards only) Install Clipsal mounting cover kit as per materials list. Spare fuse to be left in the document container located in the NBN electrical pit.

D20 - (Pole-mounted switchboards only) Apply permanent type labels to clipsal mounting cover kit according to what was labelled on removed cover.

D21 - Test per AS / NZS 3000 and AS / NZS 3017

PART 5 | ENERGIZE, TEST AND SUBMIT

D22 - Complete Certificate of Electrical Safety

D23 - Reconnect supply (at fuse in main switchboard)

D24 - Complete any remaining tests, i.e those that require supply to be available.

D25 - Ensure supply is working and cabinet is powered on

D26 - Mark up the existing AC single line diagram or replace with an updated and laminated diagram whilst on site; this diagram can be found in the document holder inside the cabinet as well as in the document container located in the NBN electrical pit.

D27 - Submit Certificate of Electrical Safety (for non-prescribed electrical installation work) to Energy Safe Victoria (ESV)

D28 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise job is complete prior to leaving site.

D29 - Submit the below listed artefacts (certificate and photos) to NBN.

ARTEFACTS TO SUPPLY

Photograph's of completed external (pole, pillar or pit) switchboard, complete with labelling.
Photograph of completed changeover switch (without cover).
Photograph of labelled changeover switch cover.
Photograph of completed cabinet PE bar.
Photograph of updated schematic (to be placed in cabinet document holder).
Photograph or scan of Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region).
For pole-mounted switchboards : Photograph of conduit at top of pole (i.e. at point of connection to mains).
Photograph of removed RCBO clearly showing the model number (i.e. RCBO that was on site prior to works)

Provide noteworthy summary of site observations (such as cable damage, loose cable connections to switchboard and evidence of water ingress and vermin ingress)

Additional Site Observation Photo's.
COMPLETION & SIGN-OFF
Add signature
• Nokia 384-Line FTTN Cabinet - Victoria (AusNet Services, Jemena and United Energy only)

PART 1 | PREPARE SITE

E1 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise work is being undertaken at site.

E2 - Conduct HSE risk assessment and pre-start checklist per delivery partner risk management policies (i.e SWMS or JSEA)

E3 - Ensure safety prestart is conducted and appropriate controls are implemented, such as:

• Traffic control, if required

• Pedestrian management

• Barriers

• Low voltage rescue kit is available

PART 2 | CONFIRM BACKUP SUPPLY & ISOLATE NORMAL SUPPLY

E4 - Check battery capacity remaining. If capacity is sufficient to complete work without loss of service, proceed. If not, do not proceed and contact FTTN NOC.

E5 - Isolate at main switchboard fuse, or only if authorized then at utility fuse, apply lockout tag as required. NOTE: Works are able to be performed with the supply to the switchboard energized and the main switchboard fuse isolated provided that the appropriate risk assessments and safe work methods are implemented and adhered to.

E6 - Test and confirm outgoing subcircuit at main switchboard is isolated.

E7 - At the cabinet, test and confirm incoming supply is isolated.

PART 3 | REWIRE CABINET

E8 - Remove generator changeover cover.

E9 -Install 2.5 mm2 earth cable generator supply input neutral terminal of changeover switch in combination with
existing generator supply neutral cable via twin cable bootlace lug.

E10 - Install 2.5 mm2 eye lug to other end of earth cable and secure to spare terminal on PE bar within FTTN cabinet HEX compartment.

E11 - Label the newly installed earth cable at the end connected to the PE bar as “GENERATOR N-E BOND” with a permanent type label.

E12 - Move normal supply neutral wire from output neutral terminal of changeover switch to normal supply input neutral terminal.

E13 - Remove TIB-2465 related label from changeover switch cover.

E14 - Install label to front of changeover switch cover “TIB-3374 COMPLIANT” with a permanent type label.

E15 - Reinstate changeover switch cover.

PART 4 | REPLACE RCBO

E16 - Remove existing RCBO.

E17 - Install approved SI RCBO.

E18 - Test per AS/NZS 3000 and AS/NZS 3017.

PART 5 | Energise, Test and Submit

E19 - Complete Certificate of Electrical Safety.

E20 - Re-connect supply (at fuse in main switchboard).

E21 - Complete any remaining tests, i.e. those that require supply to be available.

E22 - Ensure supply is working and cabinet is powered on.

E23 - Mark up the existing AC single line diagram or replace with an updated and laminated diagram whilst on site; this diagram can be found in the document holder inside the cabinet as well as in the document container located in the nbn electrical pit.

E24 - Submit Certificate of Electrical Safety (for prescribed electrical installation work) to Energy Safe Victoria (ESV).

E25 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise job is complete prior to leaving site.

E26 - Submit the below listed artefacts (certificate and photographs) to nbn.

ARTEFACTS TO SUPPLY

Photograph of completed external (pole, pillar or pit) switchboard.
Photograph of completed changeover switch (without cover).
Photograph of labelled changeover switch cover.
Photograph of completed cabinet PE bar.
Photograph of updated schematic (to be placed in cabinet document holder).
Photograph or scan of Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region).
For pole-mounted switchboards : Photograph of conduit at top of pole (i.e. at point of connection to mains).
Photograph of removed RCBO clearly showing the model number (i.e. RCBO that was on site prior to works)

Provide noteworthy summary of site observations (such as cable damage, loose cable connections to switchboard and evidence of water ingress and vermin ingress)

Additional Site Observation Photo's.
COMPLETION & SIGN-OFF
Add signature
• Nokia 192 - Line FTTN Cabinet - National (excluding CitiPower and Powercor) and Nokia 48 - Line CSD Cabinet - National (excluding CitiPower and Powercor)

PART 1 | PREPARE SITE

F1 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise work is being undertaken at site.

F2 - Conduct HSE risk assessment and pre-start checklist per delivery partner risk management policies (i.e SWMS or JSEA)

F3 - Ensure safety prestart is conducted and appropriate controls are implemented, such as:

• Traffic control, if required

• Pedestrian management

• Barriers

• Low voltage rescue kit is available

PART 2 | CONFIRM BACKUP SUPPLY & ISOLATE NORMAL SUPPLY

F4 - Check battery capacity remaining. If capacity is sufficient to complete work without loss of service, proceed. If not, do not proceed and contact FTTN NOC.

F5 - Isolate at main switchboard fuse, or only if authorized then at utility fuse, apply lockout tag as required. NOTE: Works are able to be performed with the supply to the switchboard energized and the main switchboard fuse isolated provided that the appropriate risk assessments and safe work methods are implemented and adhered to.

F6 - Test and confirm outgoing subcircuit at main switchboard is isolated.

F7 - At the cabinet, test and confirm incoming supply is isolated.

PART 3 | REPLACE RCBO

F8 - Remove existing RCBO

F9 - Install approved SI RCBO.

F10 - Test per AS/NZS 3000 and AS/NZS 3017.

PART 4 | ENERGIZE, TEST AND SUBMIT

F11 - Complete Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region).

F12 - Reconnect supply (at fuse in main switchboard)

F13 - Complete any remaining tests, i.e those that require supply to be available.

F14 - Ensure supply is working and cabinet is powered on

F15 - Mark up the existing AC single line diagram or replace with an updated and laminated diagram whilst on site; this diagram can be found in the document holder inside the cabinet as well as in the document container located in the NBN electrical pit.

F16 - Submit Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region) to the legislative body. In Victoria, this is to be for prescribed electrical installation work.

F17 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise job is complete prior to leaving site.

F18 - Submit the below listed artefacts (certificate and photographs) to NBN.

ARTEFACTS TO SUPPLY

Photograph of completed external (pole, pillar or pit) switchboard.
Photograph of updated schematic (to be placed in cabinet document holder).
Photograph or scan of Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region).
For pole-mounted switchboards : Photograph of conduit at top of pole (i.e. at point of connection to mains).
Photograph of removed RCBO clearly showing the model number (i.e. RCBO that was on site prior to works)

Provide noteworthy summary of site observations (such as cable damage, loose cable connections to switchboard and evidence of water ingress and vermin ingress)

Additional Site Observation Photo's.
COMPLETION & SIGN-OFF
Add signature
• Nokia 192 - Line FTTN Cabinet - Victoria (CitiPower and Powercor only) and Nokia 48 - Line CSD Cabinet - Victoria (CitiPower and Powercor only)

PART 1 | PREPARE SITE

G1 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise work is being undertaken at site.

G2 - Conduct HSE risk assessment and pre-start checklist per delivery partner risk management policies (i.e SWMS or JSEA)

G3 - Ensure safety prestart is conducted and appropriate controls are implemented, such as:

• Traffic control, if required

• Pedestrian management

• Barriers

• Low voltage rescue kit is available

PART 2 | CONFIRM BACKUP SUPPLY & ISOLATE NORMAL SUPPLY

G4 - Check battery capacity remaining. If capacity is sufficient to complete work without loss of service, proceed. If not, do not proceed and contact FTTN NOC.

G5 - Isolate at main switchboard fuse, or only if authorized then at utility fuse, apply lockout tag as required. NOTE: Works are able to be performed with the supply to the switchboard energized and the main switchboard fuse isolated provided that the appropriate risk assessments and safe work methods are implemented and adhered to.

G6 - Test and confirm outgoing subcircuit at main switchboard is isolated.

G7 - At the cabinet, test and confirm incoming supply is isolated.

PART 3 | REPLACE RCBO

G8 - Remove existing RCBO

G9 - Install approved SI RCBO

G10 - (Pole-mounted switchboards only) Remove existing switchboard cover.

G11 - (Pole-mounted switchboards only) Install Clipsal mounting cover kit as per materials list. Spare fuse to be left in the document container located in the NBN electrical pit.

G12 - (Pole-mounted switchboards only) Apply permanent type labels to clipsal mounting cover kit according to what was labelled on removed cover.

G13 - Test per AS/NZS 3000 and AS/NZS 3017.

PART 4 | ENERGIZE, TEST AND SUBMIT

G14 - Complete Certificate of Electrical Safety

G15 - Reconnect supply (at fuse in main switchboard)

G16 - Complete any remaining tests, i.e those that require supply to be available.

G17 - Ensure supply is working and cabinet is powered on

G18 - Mark up the existing AC single line diagram or replace with an updated and laminated diagram whilst on site; this diagram can be found in the document holder inside the cabinet as well as in the document container located in the NBN electrical pit.

G19 - Submit Certificate of Electrical Safety (for non-prescribed electrical installation work) to Energy Safe Victoria (ESV)

G20 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise job is complete prior to leaving site.

G21 - Submit the below listed artefacts (certificate and photographs) to NBN.

ARTEFACTS TO SUPPLY

Photograph's of completed external (pole, pillar or pit) switchboard, complete with labelling.
Photograph of updated schematic (to be placed in cabinet document holder).
Photograph or scan of Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region).
For pole-mounted switchboards : Photograph of conduit at top of pole (i.e. at point of connection to mains).
Photograph of removed RCBO clearly showing the model number (i.e. RCBO that was on site prior to works)

Provide noteworthy summary of site observations (such as cable damage, loose cable connections to switchboard and evidence of water ingress and vermin ingress)

Additional Site Observation Photo's.
COMPLETION & SIGN-OFF
Add signature
• Eaton TFAN Cabinet - National (Unmetered)

PART 1 | PREPARE SITE

H1 - Contact FTTN NOC to advise work is being undertaken at site.

H2 - Conduct HSE risk assessment and pre-start checklist per delivery partner risk management policies (i.e SWMS or JSEA)

H3 - Ensure safety prestart is conducted and appropriate controls are implemented, such as:

• Traffic control, if required

• Pedestrian management

• Barriers

• Low voltage rescue kit is available

PART 2 | CONFIRM BACKUP SUPPLY & ISOLATE NORMAL SUPPLY

H4 - Check battery capacity remaining. If capacity is sufficient to complete work without loss of service, proceed. If not, do not proceed and contact FTTN NOC.

H5 - Isolate at main switchboard fuse, or only if authorized then at utility fuse, apply lockout tag as required. NOTE: Works are able to be performed with the supply to the switchboard energized and the main switchboard fuse isolated provided that the appropriate risk assessments and safe work methods are implemented and adhered to.

H6 - Test and confirm outgoing subcircuit at main switchboard is isolated.

H7 - At the cabinet, test and confirm incoming supply is isolated.

PART 3 | REPLACE RCBO

H8 - Remove existing RCBO

H9 - Install approved SI RCBO.

H10 - Test per AS / NZS 3000 and AS / NZS 3017

PART 4 | ENERGIZE, TEST AND SUBMIT

H11 - Complete Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region).

H12 - Reconnect supply (at fuse in main switchboard)

H13 - Complete any remaining tests, i.e those that require supply to be available.

H14 - Ensure supply is working and cabinet is powered on

H15 - Mark up the existing AC single line diagram or replace with an updated and laminated diagram whilst on site; this diagram can be found in the document holder inside the cabinet as well as in the document container located in the NBN electrical pit.

H16 - Submit Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region) to the legislative body. In Victoria, this is to be for prescribed electrical installation work.

H17 - Contact National NOC to advise job is complete prior to leaving site.

H18 - Submit the below listed artefacts (certificate and photographs) to NBN.

ARTEFACTS TO SUPPLY
Photograph of completed external (pole, pillar or pit) switchboard.
Photograph of updated schematic (to be placed in cabinet document holder).
Photograph or scan of Certificate of Electrical Safety (title varies per region).
For pole-mounted switchboards : Photograph of conduit at top of pole (i.e. at point of connection to mains).
Photograph of removed RCBO clearly showing the model number (i.e. RCBO that was on site prior to works)

Provide noteworthy summary of site observations (such as cable damage, loose cable connections to switchboard and evidence of water ingress and vermin ingress)

Additional Site Observation Photos
COMPLETION & SIGN-OFF
Completed by (Name and Signature)
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.