AS NZS 3002 PDF

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Eelectrical contractors performing work in a public building must submit a Form 5 certificate of electrical compliance to the local government, to certify that permanent and temporary electrical installations are compliant with the unique requirements of the regulations and other statutory obligations.

A copy of the Form 5: All electrical outlets must be protected by a Jzs also known as a safety switch. A tag to identify the item, test date and the electrical worker should be fixed to the tested equipment.

See information on testing of electrical leads and residual current devices RCDs. New equipment requires a tag to define when it was brought into service.

All electrical outlets and electrically operated equipment in areas available to the public must be protected by RCDs. Installations and generators must comply with all relevant Australian Standards.

For RCDs to be effective, the neutral and earth conductors must be bonded together at the point of supply. All town supplies are connected this way but generators may not be. It is recommended that this connection be made via a removable link. Typical temporary installations consist of submains, subboards and electrical leads. It is recommended that for typical installations:.

This type of protection will minimise the disruption to major sections of the lighting installations in the event of a current leakage to earth. Where electrical outlets are provided, there should be a tie bar to allow electrical cords to be secured, to prevent tension on the electrical outlet. The preferred leakage tripping current is 30 milliamps and they must be tested every 12 months in accordance with the requirements of AS For information see testing of electrical leads and residual current devices RCDs.

Because cables are continually being rolled up and moved, they must be flexible. Standard multicore cables used in static installations are not appropriate. Electrical cables should not be accessible to members of the public. Where this cannot be avoided, they must be either buried or suspended so that they are out of reach of the public.

Electrical outlets should only be supplied from a reticulated power supply. Supplies may originate from a supply authority or an on-site generator. Small individual generators 10 kva or less should not be utilised.

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Each generator must be connected to its own earth electrode driven into the ground. The Health Public Buildings Regulations external site requires electrical contractors to certify electrical installations including reticulated supplies by completing a Form 5.

Leads must not be placed on the ground in areas where there is pedestrian traffic. Luminaires must be bzs of reach of the public and not located where heat may ignite adjacent materials. Extra low voltage devices must be clearly identified and have nas tops and bases that cannot be inadvertently connected to higher voltage hzs. See Testing of electrical leads and residual current devices RCDs. All permanent venues and egress paths must be able to be illuminated to 40 lux by lighting that is:.

Temporary areas available to the public at night, including concert areas, should always be illuminated. For general areas, illumination to an average as low as 10 lux at ground level with no area less than 5 lux is acceptable.

Lighting should be energised approximately 1 hour before sunset to allow time for any unserviceable lights to be repaired before sunset. For crowded areas, especially for concerts and jzs licensed to consume alcohol, jzs must be a system in place that will allow areas to flood light instantaneously in the event of an emergency. The supplies and controls for these lights should be independent of theatrical or production lights and controlled from a location attended at all times by a designated person.

They should not be controlled at the mixer desk. Enclosed venues must have emergency lighting that will operate if the main electrical source fails. For outdoor venues, there must be at least 2 alternative power supplies. Two generators or a supply authority supply, plus another generator, are acceptable alternatives provided that the venue lighting supplies are distributed between both.

For events where lighting will be dimmed or extinguished, stairs, ramps and egress paths must be illuminated by safety lighting.

AS/NZS 3002:2008

Safety lighting must be a separate supply to normal or emergency lighting and must not be dimmed or modulated. For permanent facilities, the safety and emergency lighting should be interconnected so that in the event of a failure of the safety lighting circuit, the emergency lighting will be automatically energised. They must be illuminated and clearly visible whenever the venue is occupied by the public.

For outdoor events, large signs illuminated by two light sources, and large enough to make the exit location obvious to patrons must be used. There are no specific regulatory requirements for these structures. Go back to Top. Search this site Search all sites. About us Improving health in WA Health for Open search bar Open navigation Submit search.

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Print this page Twitter Youtube LinkedIn. Home Electrical and lighting requirements — public buildings. What is important to know for events? Electrical leads and portable outlet devices All electrical outlets must be protected by a RCD also known as a safety switch. Temporary electrical installations All electrical outlets and electrically operated equipment in areas available to the public must be protected by RCDs.

All electrical outlets and supplies must have circuit breakers to protect against overload. All final subcircuits must have RCD protection. It is recommended that for typical installations: Typical electrical installation for temporary installations Switchboards must: Residual current devices — RCDs The preferred leakage tripping current is 30 milliamps and they must be tested every 12 months in accordance with the requirements of AS Electrical cables Because cables are continually being rolled up and moved, they must be flexible.

Submain cables must have integral earth and neutral conductors. Electrical supplies Electrical outlets should only be supplied from a reticulated power supply. Leads Temporary electrical leads must be flexible cables. TPS cables are not permitted.

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Cord junctions shall not be exposed to the weather or in damp situations. Luminaires Luminaires must be out of reach of the public and not located where heat may ignite adjacent materials.

Extra low voltage equipment Extra low voltage devices must be clearly identified and have plug tops and bases that cannot be inadvertently connected to higher voltage supplies. See Testing of electrical leads and residual current devices RCDs Lighting All permanent venues and egress paths must be able to be illuminated to 40 lux by lighting that is: Bare lamps must not be able to be touched by the public.

Area lighting Nxs areas available to the public at night, including concert areas, should always be illuminated. Emergency lighting Enclosed venues must have emergency lighting that will operate if the main electrical source fails. Safety lighting For events where lighting will 302 dimmed or extinguished, stairs, ramps and egress paths must be illuminated by safety lighting. Maximum viewing distance Minimum pictorial element height mm 16 24 32 For viewing distances greater than 32 m, in accordance with the following equation: Spectator stands, stages and lighting rigs There are no specific regulatory requirements for these structures.

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