Practical guidelines on electrical certification dos and don'ts.
Why are Supplier Declarations of Conformity (SDoC) important?
An explanation on responsibilities for the safety of electrical equipment, what fittings and appliances require SDoC, who can issue them and what information they should be contain.
What is the electricity and gas high-risk database?
Essential information for all electrical practitioners on how to use and access the data base which provides key mandatory information about where work classified as high-risk was carried out, who certified and inspected this work.
What is a certified design and why would you need one?
A certified design provides accountabilities and obligations on the designer and provides the installer or electrical contractor with a document to mount a defence if things go wrong.
What paperwork do I need to complete?
Find the important details for completing your certification documentation.
What happens if I can’t finish a job, how can I certify that work?
Find out what you should do if you cannot complete or return to a job.
Handy resources from the Energy Safety/WorkSafe Website
A suite of hyperlinks links to important authoritative information on a variety of topics including, metering, certification, types of PEW, their risk categories and includes access to educational videos and an informative good practice guide.
- Best practice
- Safe Work