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AS/NZS 2381.1:2005 Electrical Equipment for Explosive Gas Atmospheres - Selection, Installation and Maintenance

General Requirements

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Information:

Regulation 21 of the Mining and Quarrying Health and Safety Regulation 2001 (Qld) states:

(1) A person must not carry out work on electrical equipment that has explosion-protection, unless the person has the competencies to carry out the work.
(2) In this section—
explosion-protection means explosion-protection as defined under AS/NZS 2381 ‘Electrical equipment for explosive atmospheres—Selection, installation and maintenance’.
 

About this Standard:

This Standard specifies general requirements, additional to those required for basic electrical safety, for the selection of electrical equipment and instruments, and associated equipment, and for the electrical equipment’s installation and maintenance to ensure safe use in hazardous areas where flammable materials are generated, prepared, processed, handled, stored or otherwise used.

This Standard does not apply to those materials which are specifically manufactured as explosives, or to materials which are inherently explosive or pyrophoric. Explosive materials may require special considerations which are beyond the scope of this Standard.
 



Organisation:

Standards Australia

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Jurisdiction:

Relates to Queensland (QLD)

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