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Shop Practice with Electrical

Code: Introduction to PEC


Jayson Bryan E. Mutuc, REE, RME
BSEE-PUP
MSEE, Major in Power Systems -MIT (candidate)

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Article 1.0 Introduction
1.0.1.1 Purpose of the PEC (p.1)
(a) Practical Safeguarding. The purpose of this Code is the
practical safeguarding of persons and property from hazards
arising from the use of electricity

(b) Adequacy. This Code contains provisions that are


considered minimum requirements necessary from safety.

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Article 1.0 Introduction

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Article 1.0 Introduction
(c)Intention (p.1)
This code is intended for the exclusive use of licensed
electrical practitioners (PEE, REE, and RME). This codeis not
intended as a design specification nor an instructional manual
for a non-licensed electrical practitioner, unless under a
supervision of a licensed electrical practitioner.

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Scope of the PEC (1.0.1.2) (p.2)
(A) covered
This code covers the
installation of electrical
conductors, equipment, and
raceways; monitoring,
signaling, and communications
conductors, equipment and
raceways; and optical fiber cables and raceways installed within
or on, to or from:

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Scope of the PEC (1.0.1.2) (p.2)
2) Electric Generating Plants
3) Industrial Plants
4) Transformer Stations
5) Permanent and temporary
substations, etc.
6) Airfield
7) Railway switchyards
8) Yards, carnival parks,
parking and other lots
Etc.

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Scope of the PEC (1.0.1.2) (p.2)
(b) Not Covered
(1) Installation in railway rolling stock, aircraft or
automotive vehicles.
(2) Installation of railways for generation, transformation,
transmission, or distribution of power used exclusively for
operation of rolling stock

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1.0.1.4 Enforcement (p.3)
(a) This code is intended for
mandatory application by
government bodies exercising
legal jurisdiction over
electrical installation.

The enforcement of the PEC is the


responsibility of the authority
having jurisdiction (AHJ), who is
responsible for interpreting
requirements, approving
equipment and materials, waiving
Code requirements, and ensuring
that equipment is installed in
accordance with listing
instructions.

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1.0.1.4 Enforcement
Approval of Equipment and
Materials. Only the
authority having jurisdiction
has authority to approve the
installation of equipment
and materials. Typically, the
authority having jurisdiction
will approve equipment
listed by a product testing
organization, but the PEC
doesn’t require all
equipment to be listed.

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1.0.1.7 Examination of Equipment
Safety (p.4)
Product evaluation for
safety is typically performed
by a testing laboratory,
which publishes a list of
equipment that meets a
nationally recognized test
standard. Products and
materials listed, labeled, or
identified by a testing
laboratory are generally
approved by the authority
having jurisdiction.

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Article 1.2 – Permits and Inspection
Certificates
1.2.1 Electrical Permits (p.25)
1.2.1.1 Electrical Permit Needed Before Work is Started
Installation Work,
Alternation, Repair
or Extension
Buildings, mobile Office of the
homes or other Local Building
Secure Electrical premises Official
Permit
Martime Industry
Watercraft Authority
(MARINA)

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1.2.1 Electrical Permits
1.2.1.2 Requirements for Electrical Permit
(a) The electrical Permit shall include the minimum following
information
1. Applicant
2. Professional Electrical Engineer who signed and
sealed electrical plans and specifications.
3. Licensed Electrical Practitioner who is in charge of
electrical works.
4. Building Owner
5. Lot Owner
6. Building Official
(b) Five sets of complete electrical plans and specifications
signed and sealed by Professional Electrical Engineer

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1.2.1 Electrical Permits
1.2.1.3 (b) Electrical Permit to be Issued Immediately (p.26)
If the project is extensive and requires more time for checking of
requirements, the Issuance of the Electrical Permit need not be issued
immediately. The delay shall not be longer than five (5) working days, after
which time, the application together with the accompanying plans shall be
considered as complying with all the requirements and the electrical permit
shall be issued thereafter.

1.2.1.4 Posting of Electrical Permit


A copy of the Electrical Permit upon issuance, shall be posted at a
conspicuous location at the job site and shall not have removed until final
inspection and approval of the work shall have been made.

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1.2.2 Electrical Inspection
1.2.2.1 Application for Inspection
An application for inspection shall be filed with the government
authority concerned before a preliminary and/or final inspection is done.

1.2.2.2 Certificate of Inspection


No electrical installation, alternation,
and/or addition shall be connected or
reconnected to any power supply or any other
source of electrical energy without a Certificate
of Final Electrical Inspection/Completion
obtained from the local building official signed by their respective licensed
electrical practitioner

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