Our Inspections Process and Reports
Our team use mobile devices to carry out our licensing inspection duties. Through the use of mobile devices, we are able to capture, store and analyse our clients’ electrical installation data from our inspections, enabling us to add value by providing timelier and more accurate advice to our clients.
Our inspections process involves the generation of a digital draft inspection report for our clients immediately after each inspection. This enables our clients to achieve faster follow-ups should any action be needed for their electrical installation. A finalised copy will then be sent to our clients within five working days after the inspection.
The electrical installation inspection report from ON Engineers are clear, accurate, detailed, and timely so that clients are able to make more informed decisions. A “Report and Defect Summary” with site photographs, descriptions and remedial advice, enable our clients to be updated on the on-site conditions and actions needed.
With the availability of such data, we produce digital quarterly inspection summary reports for our larger clients to categorize and group the results of the clients’ various electrical installations or their tenants in a single report. This is done to cater to our clients’ needs as this reduces the amount of paperwork and manual work they need to go through and also helps to highlight the areas that may require their attention.
The storing of digital copies of the inspection reports enables instant retrieval 24/7 and document filing completeness while saving our clients space and resources in managing these reports.
Just another electrical installation inspection report? ON Engineers takes this to another level with our industry-leading processes and technical capabilities.
This continual upgrade of our inspection process highlights our company’s belief, responsibility and commitment in allocating many resources and utilising innovation to ensure best practices service delivery, all within the relevant regulatory framework.
- Electricity Legislation and Regulations
- EMA Handbook for Application of Electrical Installation Licence
Based on such a regulatory framework, key aspects of relevant legislation and regulations include:
- Responsibilities of the Licensed Electrical Worker (LEW)
- The licensed engineer shall ensure all electrical installations and generator sets (if any) as installed at the property are in compliance with the Energy Market Authority of Singapore (EMA)'s requirements.
- The licensed engineer shall check and inspect all electrical installations and generator sets (if any) at the property and to advise the functionality of the electrical system.
- Frequency of Inspection for Electrical Installations
- One-month interval for temporary electrical installation
- Six-month interval for condominiums & multi-tenanted buildings
- Twelve-month interval for commercial buildings
- Upon completion of the scheduled checking and inspection, the licensed engineer shall furnish the client with an inspection report.
- The licensed engineer shall recommend modification and rectification, where necessary, to existing electrical installations and generator sets (if any) to comply with EMA’s requirements and/or improve the installations and generators reliability and performance.
- The licensed engineer shall endorse as the property’s licensed engineer on Power Supply Form CS/3 for electrical loading application on tenants’ additions and alterations works.
- Fee chargeable by the licensed engineer
- Where the tenants’ applied electrical loading exceeds 45kVA, such installation shall be licensed by the tenants’ own licensed engineer.
- The licensed engineer shall keep an up-to-date set of single-line drawings of the property for the purpose of maintaining an up-to-date record of all modification, rectification, additions and alteration works to existing electrical installations and generator sets (if any) and submit a set to EMA for records.
- The licensed engineer shall submit application or renewal application to EMA to obtain a licence to operate the electrical installation for a period of twelve months.
- The licensed engineer shall provide 24-hour call-back service and shall expeditiously attend to all breakdown calls relating to the electrical installations and generator sets (if any) at the property and give the recommendation to the client. This call-back service is chargeable.
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