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The Water Fittings Regulations (or Byelaws 2000 in Scotland) are national requirements for the design, installation and maintenance of plumbing systems, water fittings and water-using appliances. Their purpose is to prevent misuse, waste, undue consumption or erroneous measurement of water and, most importantly, to prevent contamination of drinking water. They replace the former Water Supply Byelaws, which each water supplier has administered for similar purposes for many years.
I.E.E Wiring Regulations
The IEE Manages the national committee JPEL/64 which prepares and updates the regulations for the safety of electrical installations in buildings, and publishes the standard BS7671:2001 (the IEE Wiring Regulations.) It also provides and publishes extensive guidance upon the standard as well as related codes of practice.
Part P of the Building Regulations
Part P brings domestic electrical installation work in England and Wales under the legal framework of the Building Regulations. It will, for the first time, place a legal requirement for safety upon electrical installation work in dwellings, although the sector is highly regarded for its high levels of conformity with its chief standard, BS 7671.
The Building Regulations are a set of minimum requirements designed to secure the health, safety and welfare of people in and around buildings and to conserve fuel and energy in England and Wales. They are made by the Secretary of state under the Powers given by Section 1 of the Building Act 1984
BEAB - British Electromechanical Approvals Board
These Regulations relate to the BEAB product certification schemes and the use of Marks licensed by BEAB.
Local Building Control Office
Building Control is an umbrella term covering all Local Authority Building Control Departments in England & Wales. These Departments have a statutory duty to enforce Building Regulations. The Building Regulations are designed to ensure the highest standards of construction apply to all buildings, and that the health and safety of people using and working in and around buildings is adequately provided for.