Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management

Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management

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The aim of the Code of Practice for Electrical Safety Management is to provide good practice guidance to enable individuals and their organisations to have a level of knowledge and understanding to manage the risks associated with an electrical system. There are many technical publications that provide guidance on certain aspects of electrical safety but not in a way that provides a process for managing electrical safety. In achieving this aim, the Code of Practice has the following objectives: * To provide the goodpractice practical guidance in the form of a self-assessment so that the user can follow a systematic approach to understanding the management of various aspects of anelectrical system for their organisation * For the guidance to be understood and usable by a broad range of individuals technical and non-technical disciplines * To enable the end user to create and implement an effective electrical safety management system where nothing is currently in place or to enhance anexisting system The Code of Practice is applicable to the buildings, facilities, equipment and environments associated with a wide range of organisations,irrespective of size, which includes the industrial, commercial and the public sectors. Example areas include: * Central and Local Government premises * Educational buildings and campuses * Emergency services premises * Healthcare establishments and estates * Leisure, Hotel and Catering * Manufacturing, Industrial, Construction, Warehousing and Distribution * Offices * Residential property management * Retail premises * Transport, Ports and Terminals * Utilitiesshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 210 x 297 x 5mm | 362.87g
  • Institution of Engineering and Technology
  • Stevenage, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1849196699
  • 9781849196697
  • 2,423,222

Table of contents

* Section 1: Introduction * Section 2: Managing Electrical Safety * Section 3: Managing 'Policy' Aspects * Section 4: Managing 'Procedure' Aspects * Section 5: Managing 'People' Aspects * Section 6: Managing Specific Issues * Section 7: Self-Assessment Evaluation * Section 8: Next Steps * Appendix: Glossaryshow more