Protective Equipotential Bonding of Gas Installations (PEB)
PEB1 is for operatives involved in the repositioning, altering or extending the Protective Equipotential Bonding (PEB) conductor when changing the position of gas meters within a dwelling and associated outbuildings and locations. Formally known as the Main Equipotential Bond (MEB). The course is approved and certificated by Logic certification.
Learners will be trained and assessed on:
- Legislation and Standards
- Understanding electrical installations
- Repositioning, alteration and extension of PEB
- Safe Isolation and working methods
- Correct material selection and safe use
Upon completion of the training, candidates will be assessed by both practical and written tasks.
PEB is of a limited scope nature; where doubt or confusion arises on site regarding the electrical installation, advice should be sought from a competent electrical engineer prior to carrying out any work.
Candidates must possess as a minimum valid CCN1, CMA1, CESP1 or CCLP1 (PD) or any of the City & Guilds N/SVQ6012 qualifications with MET1. A knowledge of basic electrical principles would be an advantage but not essential.