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Electrical Inspections Victoria are able to inspect all types of electrical work.

 

Prescribed inspections

 

Prescribed electrical installation work means work on all or part of any of the following electrical installations if they are ordinarily operated at low voltage or a voltage exceeding low voltage.

 

  • (a) Consumer's mains, main earthing systems, consumer's terminals connection devices, any supports for overhead service lines (including any poles) and those parts of main switchboards that are related to the control of installations and the protection against the spread of fire;

 

  • (b) If a main switchboard or a replacement main switchboard is connected for the first time, any circuit protective devices, switchgear, controlgear, circuit breakers and wiring systems of that main switchboard in place at the time that the items set out in paragraph (a) are inspected;

     

  • (c) Sub-mains, earthing systems and any distribution boards related to the control of individual occupiers' portions of multiple installations;

     

  • (d) If a distribution board related to the control of individual occupiers' portion of a multiple installation, or a replacement distribution board related to the control of individual occupiers' portion of a multiple installation, is connected for the first time, any circuit protective devices, switchgear, control gear, circuit breakers and wiring systems of that distribution board in place at the time the items set out in paragraph (c) are inspected;

 

  • (e) High voltage installations, except high voltage electrical equipment that is

       

            (i) associated with an electric discharge lighting system; or 

 

            (ii) associated with X-ray equipment; or

 

            (iii) associated with high frequency equipment; or   

 

            (iv) within self contained equipment supplied at low voltage;

 

 

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  • (f) Wiring systems, switchgear, controlgear and accessories installed to provide control and protection of generation systems (excluding stand-alone power systems with a power rating that is less than 500 volt-amperes);

 

  • (g) Electric fences used for security purposes but not including electric fences intended primarily for the containment of animals;

 

  • (h) Electrical equipment installed in a hazardous area and electrical equipment associated with the protection of a hazardous area but not installed within the hazardous area;

 

  • (i) Circuit protective devices, switchgear, controlgear, wiring systems and accessories (other than fire detection and alarm systems) installed to provide control and protection of passenger lifts, fire pumps (excluding pumps for fire hose reels where those hose reels are not the sole means of fire protection) and air handling systems intended to exhaust and control the spread of fire and smoke;

 

  • (j) A part 1 solution installed in an electrical installation.

 

  • (k) Work on all or part of any fixed electrical equipment operated at any voltage installed in a patient area.
 
 

Value added services

 

  • We can manage the new connection process for you. We inspect, certify your Certificate of Electrical Safety and forward the relevant copies to your clients chosen electricity retailer. This is our standard service that our competitors charge a premium price for!

 

  • All our inspectors are licensed by Energy Safe Victoria and keep up to date with industry changes. This includes regulatory changes, product and equipment innovations and Supply Authority changes.