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willijimon



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PostSubject: Electrical Engineer allowed to do Electrical work?   Thu Mar 05, 2009 7:05 am

hi,m
Have been reading in some other posts and the Electrical Safety Act 2002 that Electrical Engineers are able to carry out household electrical works? IS this true or have I misread the info? Also if this is the case, ie that electrical work can be carried out by an engineer, how does one get a cert of compliance.

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WILLIAM21



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PostSubject: Re: Electrical Engineer allowed to do Electrical work?   Fri Mar 06, 2009 8:14 am

The short answer is NO.

The system is setup as a very closed shop and doesn't seem to allow for any exemptions for professionally qualified engineers - effectively, the only way to obtain a licence is via an apprenticeship.

In my view, the system is well overdue for an overhaul.
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