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Electrical surveys should also form part of an overall maintenance program. Regardless of age of building regular audit or surveys must be incorporated in the overall safety program.
Great post. I am a keen advocate of monitoring safety standards and as such will always incorporate this and security measures in our work plan. Depending on the type of organization and size of company, a full time internal auditor may be necessary or at the very minimum a regular consultant who conducts audits and surveys for you.
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