Australian/New Zealand Standard™. Electrical installations—Shows and carnivals. A. S. /NZS This is a free 7 page sample. Access the full version online. AS/NZS Electrical installations – Shows and carnivals. standard by Australian/New Zealand Standards, 01/01/ View all product details. Find the most up-to-date version of AS/NZS at Engineering

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Because cables are continually being rolled up and moved, they must be flexible.

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 Sets out requirements for the supply of electricity at low-voltage by wiring systems to power consuming devices used for accommodation, entertainment or display purposes within – a concessions; b tents; c living quarters; and d other structures associated with events with a maximum duration of four weeks.

For outdoor events, large signs illuminated by two light sources, and large enough to make the exit location obvious to patrons must be used. For information see testing of electrical leads and residual current devices RCDs.

Electrical and lighting requirements – public buildings

Produced by Public Health. For crowded areas, especially for concerts and areas licensed to consume alcohol, there must be a system in place that will allow areas to flood light instantaneously in the event of an emergency.


Emergency lighting Enclosed venues must have emergency lighting aas will operate if the main electrical source fails. Electrical cables should not be accessible to members of the public.

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

AS/NZS – Standards Australia

Enclosed venues must have emergency lighting that will operate if the main electrical source fails. See information on testing of electrical leads and residual current devices RCDs.

The Health Public Buildings Regulations external site requires electrical contractors to certify electrical installations including reticulated supplies by completing a Form 5. About us Improving health in WA Health for Bare lamps must not be able to be touched by the public. Typical temporary installations consist of submains, subboards and electrical leads. A copy of the Form 5: Leads Zns electrical leads must be flexible cables.

Supplies may originate from a supply authority or an on-site generator. It is recommended that for typical installations:. All referenced documents are displayed below. International Classification for Standards ICS is an international classification system for 3002 standards. Small individual generators 10 kva or less should not be utilised.


All town supplies are connected this way but generators may not be.

All electrical outlets must be protected by a RCD also known as a safety switch. Electrical supplies Electrical outlets should only be supplied from a reticulated power supply. Electricity Safety Regulations Ministry: There are no specific regulatory requirements for these structures. It is recommended aa this connection be made via a removable link.

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AS/NZS 3002:2008

They should not be controlled at the mixer desk. For outdoor venues, there must be at least 2 alternative power supplies. For general areas, illumination to an average as low as 10 lux at ground level with no area less than 5 lux is acceptable.

It is designed to cover every economic sector and virtually every activity of nzss humankind where technical standards may be used. Two generators or a supply authority supply, plus another generator, are acceptable alternatives provided that the venue lighting supplies are distributed between both.

Where this cannot be avoided, they must be either buried or suspended so that they are out of reach nsz the public. Electrical outlets should only be supplied from a reticulated power supply.