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#138668 - 09/21/03 01:16 PM 7671 regulations
james S Offline
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Registered: 05/13/03
Posts: 102
Loc: West England
would it be possible to photocopy minor works test certificate out of the back of the regs?or is it ileagal?
i have been thinking lately of ways i can cover myself from (favours) i carry out for family and friends just incase there was something to happen after i have finished working in the premises, and can prove that my work carried out was tested and proved sound.

is it a good idea?

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#138669 - 09/21/03 02:07 PM Re: 7671 regulations
lyledunn Offline
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Registered: 06/30/02
Posts: 159
Loc: N.Ireland
I would say that on the face of it no problem! In fact it would be great if every one took such a diligent stance. I think that the relevant forms can be downloaded from www.iee.org
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#138670 - 09/21/03 02:22 PM Re: 7671 regulations
sanUK Offline
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Registered: 01/09/03
Posts: 44
Loc: Scotland
This is how i issue certificates, i fill in photocopyed certs on site when taking readings, then fill in the certs at home on the pc, print out 2 copies of each, 1 for customer & 1 for me to keep. Also looks neater.

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#138671 - 09/22/03 10:31 AM Re: 7671 regulations
j a harrison Offline
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Registered: 05/22/02
Posts: 112
Loc: southampton, england
James,

if you have a City Electrical Factors branch near you they sell a book with the required certificates in them,

I use them as a basic paper work on site then re print when i get back to the office, but you can use them straight out of the book.

they are by Robin and printed by Uneeda.

Hope this helps mate.

John H

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