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Is earthing and bonding notifiable work


meady

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Simple question chaps, just carried out a visual inspection on a concearned customer property which has had a new consumer unit installed by a sparkie that lied about being part p compliant. Everything looks ok visually apart from the earthing and bonding needs upgrading. I have told the customer that for me to sign off the consumer unit I need to take off the one installed and replace it myself and test + inspect. She cant afford that but she wants the eathing and bonding upgraded to the current requirements. Im pretty sure it is notifiable but just wanted to check with the experts;)

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i dont think it is

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i dont think it is

Agreed. bonding is NOT notifiable..

page 8 App Doc P...

Table 1 work that need not be notified to LABC..

fifth line down..

"Installing or upgrading main or supplementary equipotentail bonding."

Although the NIC do have a tick box for notifying it on their LABC notification website page???:|:|!

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Although the NIC do have a tick box for notifying it on their LABC notification website page???:|:|!

could that be so you notify and they get an extra few

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No it does not. Little Green Book (what's the shorthand for that?) page 21, table 1, 5th item down.

Ian.

'LGB'?

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you snuck in whilst me back was turned there...Blushing

I have a Thin Blue book page 8???

TBB:p

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'LGB'?

:(

you snuck in whilst me back was turned there...Blushing

I have a Thin Blue book page 8???

TBB:p

isnt it thin blue line?!

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i think for some reason there is the ability to notify bonding on the ELECSA menus

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British standards form it is the ninth item (main/ supplementary bonding) So I would assume it is notifiable. I would not think any tom **** or kitchen fitter that is not registerd should do it although kitchen fitters would not worry anyway.

Batty

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