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This information bulletin has been developed to assist electrical contractors, electrical workers, owners and operators of relocatable dwellings in understanding the electrical safety issues associated with the transport and connection to low voltage electricity supply of such structures to sites in the Northern Territory. Part 2 of the WHS Act - Health and safety duties provides information on the various duties employers and workers to themselves and others.
Regulation - Risk management states that a person conducting a business or undertaking at a workplace must manage risks to health and safety associated with electrical risks at the workplace. Under Clause 67 and 68 the Owner or Operator of the relocatable dwelling and their Electrical Contractor have a responsibility to ensure the relocatable dwelling complies with:. The manufacturers Electrical Safety Certificate or similar issued at the time of construction cannot be relied upon once the relocatable dwelling has been transported to site, as damage may have occurred during transportation.
A Certificate of Compliance must be submitted which accounts for the entire installation i. If you have any doubts about the quality of the electrical installation or connection methods of relocatable dwellings and would like to make a complaint or verify that your intended actions will be correct, please do not hesitate to contact the NT WorkSafe — Electrical Safety Work Unit. WorkSafe Forms and Resources Bulletins Relocatable dwellings - electrical safety Relocatable dwellings - electrical safety This information bulletin has been developed to assist electrical contractors, electrical workers, owners and operators of relocatable dwellings in understanding the electrical safety issues associated with the transport and connection to low voltage electricity supply of such structures to sites in the Northern Territory.
This bulletin applies to: Aboriginal communities Mine sites Domestic installations Commercial installations Temporary installations including work camps and construction sites. Work Health and Safety National Uniform Legislation Regulations the WHS Regulations Regulation - Risk management states that a person conducting a business or undertaking at a workplace must manage risks to health and safety associated with electrical risks at the workplace.
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This Standard sets out requirements for electrical installations associated with relocatable premises intended for connection to low-voltage a. It includes requirements for the internal electrical installation of applicable relocatable premises and for certain types of electrical installations intended to supply electrical power to those premises. Print Save Email. Resource detail.