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Responsible Committee Secretary: Mr Geoff Cronshaw (CEng FIET) (BSI) Direct tel: 01438 767384 E-mail: gcronshaw@theiet.org WARNING: THIS IS A DRAFT AND MUST NOT BE REGARDED OR USED AS A BRITISH STANDARD. THIS DRAFT IS NOT CURRENT BEYOND 8 March 2014 This draft is issued to allow comments from interested parties; all comments will be given consideration prior to publication. No acknowledgement will normally be sent. See overleaf for information on the submission of comments. No copying is allow
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  Responsible Committee Secretary: Mr Geoff Cronshaw (CEng FIET) (BSI) Direct tel: 01438 767384 E-mail: gcronshaw@theiet.orgWARNING: THIS IS A DRAFT AND MUST NOT BE REGARDED OR USED AS A BRITISH STANDARD.THIS DRAFT IS NOT CURRENT BEYOND 8 March 2014 This draft is issued to allow comments from interested parties; all comments will be given consideration prior to publication. Noacknowledgement will normally be sent. See overleaf for information on the submission of comments. No copying is allowed, in any form, without prior written permission from BSI except as permitted under the Copyright, Designsand Patent Act 1988 or for circulation within a nominating organization for briefing purposes. Electronic circulation is limited todissemination by e-mail within such an organization by committee members.Further copies of this draft may be purchased from BSI Shop http://shop.bsigroup.com or from BSI Customer Services, Tel: +44(0) 20 8996 9001 or email cservices@bsigroup.com.British, International and foreign standards are also available from BSI Customer Services.Information on the co-operating organizations represented on the committees referenced above may be obtained from http://standardsdevelopment.bsigroup.com Latest date for receipt of comments: 8 March 2014 Project No. 2013/03138Responsible committee: JPEL/64 Electrical installations of buildings - Joint committeeInterested committees: Date: 16 December 2013Origin: NationalDPC: 13 / 30292892 DCForm 36 Draft for Public Comment BSI Group Headquarters 389 Chiswick High Road London W4 4ALTel: +44 (0)20 8996 9000Fax: +44 (0)20 8996 7400www.bsigroup.com  Title:Draft BS BS 7671 A3:2015 Requirements for Electrical Installations - IET Wiring RegulationsPlease notify the secretary if you are aware of any keywords that might assist in classifying or identifying the standard or if thecontent of this standard i) has any issues related to 3rd party IPR, patent or copyright ii) affects other national standard(s) iii) requires additional national guidance or information  Introduction Your comments on this draft are invited and will assist in the preparation of the resulting British Standard. 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It is not necessary to purchase a copy of the draft in order to review or comment on it;however, copies of this draft may be purchased from BSI, Tel: +44(0)20 8996 9001 or email cservices@bsigroup.com.  Draftsand standards are also available in PDF format for immediate download from the BSI Shop: http://www.bsigroup.com/shop.    BRITISH STANDARD Draft for Public Comment  BS 7671:2008 Amendment 3 Requirements for Electrical Installations IET Wiring Regulations Seventeenth Edition   © The Institution of Engineering and Technology and BSI NO COPYING IN ANY FORM WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION   Draft for Public Comment Amendment 3    Published by: the Institution of Engineering and Technology, LONDON, UK in agreement with BSI The Institution of Engineering and Technology is registered as a Charity in England & Wales (no. 211014) and Scotland (no. SC038698).  The Institution of Engineering and Technology is the new institution formed by the joining together of the IEE (the Institution of Electrical Engineers) and the IIE (the Institution of Incorporated Engineers). The new institution is the inheritor of the IEE brand and all its products and services, such as this one, which we hope you will find useful. British Standards Institution is the independent national body responsible for preparing British Standards. It presents the UK view on standards in Europe and at the international level. It is incorporated by Royal Charter. This British Standard DPC was published under the joint authority of the IET and of the Standards Policy and Strategy Committee on 14th Dec 2013. ©  2008, 2011, 2013 and 2014 the Institution of Engineering and Technology and BSI This publication is copyright under the Berne Convention 2003 and the Universal Copyright Convention. All rights reserved. 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We should be grateful if anyone finding an inaccuracy or ambiguity while using this British Standard would inform the Secretary, G D Cronshaw {gcronshaw@theiet.org}, The IET, Six Hills Way, STEVENAGE, SG1 2AY, UK. Please do read the following: ã  This document is for your own use for reviewing content as part of the DPC process. No further electronic copying is allowed without written permission. ã  You are permitted to pass on the web link, www.theiet.org/updates, from which other people can register and download this document. You are not permitted to create a direct link to any of the DPC documents. ã  You are requested to return any comments using the DPC comment form provided at the above link or by selecting from the attachments panel.  ã  The form should be sent electronically to ireeve@theiet.org  ã  The period for receipt of DPC comments closes at midnight (UK) on Saturday, 8 th  March 2014 . 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