Electrical work performed on a privately owned high voltage electrical installations must be certified by an electrical engineer as well as notified to TechSafe (external link).
A TechSafe electrical inspector must receive and accept a Certificate of Electrical Compliance before high voltage and hazardous area electrical work is energised.
A site dossier (which is a collection of relevant electrical documents and certificates relating to equipment installed on the site) must be completed before certifying electrical work is compliant in a hazardous area.
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