§ 13-12-420

Use of equipment

Whenever any electrical equipment has been installed or altered, no electrical current shall be used on such equipment, except as hereinafter provided, previous to the inspection of such equipment by the building commissioner or by a designated electrical inspector and the issuance of a temporary current permit covering designated portions or the entirety of such installation or alteration; provided, however, that in case of any installation or alteration, covered by permit authorizing such installation or alteration, the portion of such equipment comprising the service entrance equipment and wiring, the meter and meter connection cabinet and the meter wiring up to but not beyond the customer’s disconnecting switch or other disconnecting device may be made electrically energized, prior to inspection and the issuance of a temporary current permit; and provided further that, in such case, the building department shall be notified of the intention to make such portion of the equipment electrically energized and that the customer’s disconnecting switch or other disconnecting device shall be sealed in the “off” position and tagged with a warning notice reading as follows:

“It shall be unlawful for any person to place this switch in the “on” or “closed” position or to use electricity on any wiring beyond this switch previous to the issuance by the building commissioner of a temporary current permit or a certificate of inspection authorizing the use of current on this installation.”

(Added Coun. J. 11-3-99, p. 13842, § 2; Amend Coun. J. 3-5-03, p. 104990, § 17; Amend Coun. J. 11-13-07, p. 14999, Art. II, § 1)

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