The Meter Operation Code Of Practice Agreement

Learn how the Meter Technical Insurance (TAM) technique monitors the compliance of measurement systems with measurement requirements. This code of conduct defines the minimum requirements for measuring energy through low voltage circuits for billing purposes. This code of conduct applies specifically to the measurement of energy via low voltage circuits for billing purposes. Measurement instruments compliant with this code of conduct can be negotiated for half an hour if the measurement systems are not 100kW (Class E, F or G) or are not half an hour. When installing gas meters, individuals must be considered properly competent and must be stored in a gas safe. By law, all gas meter workers must be registered in the safes register for the categories of work they draw. By complying with MoCoPA and Gassafe registration requirements, meter operators, their contractors` meter managers and subcontractors make decisions that have a significant impact on health and safety every day. Failure to meet the required technical standards can be extremely serious, as a failure of the integrity of the electrical or gas system and all related activities can result in death, injury, significant property damage and/or loss of consumers` electricity and gas supply. The contracting parties enter into the agreement to establish their relationship with respect to the security, technical and commercial interface requirements for the provision of meter operations services and to ensure compliance with the requirements of the agreement. The Code of Operation Practice (MOCoPA) is an agreement between electricity distribution companies and electricity meter operators in the UK.

The agreement authorizes meter operators to install meters and connect them to the Lektricity network, stating that the equipment made available, installed and maintained meets the appropriate technical requirements and that the work is carried out to appropriate safety standards. It deduces the strength of the code, in particular the measures (section L) to which it is appropriate to refer. It should also be read in conjunction with all relevant BSC procedures. In addition, measuring instruments in discrete or often hidden locations may be found, so that a failure or failure of the device may be difficult to detect and detection may occur at some point after the initial lack of compliance with technical standards. The counters work very hard to ensure that the dosers are as safe as possible, including with regard to the competence of the meter workers. This Code of Conduct applies only to devices for measuring electricity and electricity transformer meters for the import and export of active energy measured in kWh. There is no provision for measuring reactive or simulated energy or maximum need. CoPs describe the technical requirements of measurement systems. These versions are not time-limited in the same way as other documents. When the metered equipment is recorded for the first time in the count, it must meet the requirements set out in the code of conduct applicable on that date. If you would like to learn more about this tailored program, please contact the SMRSsecretariat@euskills.co.uk program secretariat.

For questions about MOCoPA, visit www.mocopa.org.uk. For questions about safe gas registration, visit gassaferegister.co.uk.