So, be very careful when citing verbatim from memory Be wary of photocopying the test report direct from the latest SANS The few, more obscure, changes in the test report will be highlighted in a future instalment. So what lurks between the covers? Now I have to ask, are the writers of the code trying to scare me, or do they actually want to remind, notify or forewarn me that SANS references other documents and standards that must be consulted in order to fully comply with the electrical installation standards in South Africa? Which we will look at in a future instalment. What this means is:
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The latest issue of SANS — yes, that is right. Which we will look at in a future instalment.
SANS (Edition 2) | ECASA
Before I wrapped up this instalment, I scanned through the sans 10142-1 we covered, to make sure I did not miss anything important. Given the above, I thought it appropriate to divert our attention for an instalment or two and focus on this new edition of SANSbefore continuing with the requirements for contractor registration.
The first thing sana struck me was the colour of the binder — black. The publication had a blue cover and sometime around the s, when the SAIEE publication became a national standard, the binder changed to green. In Edition 2 this information is now limited to page 3. So what sans 10142-1 between the covers? What this means is: Now I have to ask, are the writers of the code trying to scare me, or do they actually want to remind, notify or forewarn me that SANS references other documents and sans 10142-1 that must be consulted in order to fully comply with the electrical installation standards in South Africa?
The latest issue of SANS The next step would have been to look at the sanss requirements for electrical contractors, but guess what crossed my desk as I was getting ready to dive into the contractor registration requirements.
SANS 10142-1-1:2018 (Ed. 1.00)
The Electrical Installation Regulations ? Proof that sans 10142-1 is a totally new publication can be found on the cover page. Be wary of photocopying the test report direct from the sans 10142-1 SANS We have slowly but surely worked our way through SANS 101142-1 So, be very careful when citing verbatim from memory The few, more obscure, changes in the test report will be highlighted in a future instalment.
Also note that Annex L in Edition 1. Designed by Multidimensions and Powered by YMarketing.
But from Marchyou may only use the new test report. A completely new book? There are however warning notices in the text of the code that make perfect contextual sense. Contact Sparks Electrical News. Annexes A and H still appear to be missing in the shift from Edition 1. The above does not really sans 10142-1 about any material change in the way the code will influence my working life, but the following sentence surely does the first real change: It appears the South African Bureau of Standards SABS Standards Division has decided it is time to ditch the references to all previous amendments since the edition all eight of themadd a few paragraphs and clauses here and there and, in so doing, sans 10142-1 the old book effectively useless.
And the thing that struck sams was we all have to go out and buy a whole new code. More recently, we looked at the registration requirements for accredited persons. In the page header, the ISBN number is different and the title reads Just be careful not to omit any detail from your own test report — you may have more information on yours, but not less than that shown in the test report in clause sans 10142-1.
There are way too many copyright warnings around the test report example.