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LV and HV Cabling separation from hazardous services

LV and HV Cabling separation from hazardous services

This responsibility includes working with industry to ensure that minimum cabling requirements are in place to:

  • protect the health and safety of cabling providers, carrier personnel and customers using telecommunications networks; and
  • protect the integrity of a telecommunications network.

A key protection for the health and safety of cablers and consumers is the requirement that communications cabling must be adequately separated or segregated from electrical cabling.

The Wiring Rules define the technical requirements for installing and maintaining customer cabling or customer equipment.

Under the Telecommunications Cabling Provider Rules 2000, all cabling work must be performed or supervised in accordance with the Wiring Rules.

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