Uk electricity at work regulation – LG 785 User Manual
Safety Certification and Environmental Compliance
WorkCentre Pro 665/685/765/785
In order to allow this product to operate in proximity to
industrial, Scientific and medical (ISM) equipment, the external
radiation from the ISM equipment may have to be limited or
special mitigation measures taken.
This is a Class A product in a domestic environment this
product may cause radio frequency interference in which case
the user may be required to take adequate measures.
UK Electricity at Work Regulation
The Electricity at Work Regulation 1989 came into force in England
and Wales on the 1 April 1990. This 1989 Regulation places a duty on
all employers and self-employed persons to ensure the electrical
system in their premises are constructed, maintained and operated in
such a manner as to prevent, so far as reasonably practical, danger.
This includes ensuring all electrical equipment connected to such
electrical systems are safely constructed, maintained and operated.
All Xerox equipment have been designed to exacting safety
standards. They have all undergone a variety of stringent safety tests
including earth bond, insulation resistance and electrical strength
tests. Xerox Limited manufacturing plants have been awarded ISO
9000 quality certification and are subject to regular audits by the
British Standards Institution or equivalent national standards body.
Xerox equipment which has been properly and regularly serviced and
maintained should not have to undergo additional specific safety tests
pursuant to the 1989 Regulation. Customers wishing to complete
safety testing should contact Xerox Limited Technical Centre (see
page 1) for advice prior to any test implementation.
Xerox equipment should, however, be properly and regularly serviced
and maintained at all times.
QUESTION: What is the Electricity at Work Regulation?
ANSWER: The Electricity at Work Regulation 1989 came into force in
England and Wales on the 1 April 1990. This 1989 Regulation places
a duty on all employers and self-employed persons to ensure the
electrical systems in their premises are constructed, maintained and
operated in such a manner as to prevent, so far as reasonably