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CITY AND GUILDS CERTIFICATE LEVEL MODEL EXAMINATION PAPER 2009 JUNE
exposed conductive parts d. protective equipotential bonding c. The connection of the exposed conductive parts of an installation to the main protective earthing terminal of the installation is one definition of: a. The gas. bonding conductors c. overload d. protective equipotential bonding c. earthing b. overload protection b. earthing b. extraneous conductive parts 04. basic protection d. extraneous conductive parts 06. exposed conductive parts d. water and central heating pipes of the building. earthing b. short circuit 03. short circuit protection c. earthing conductors b. bonding conductors c. bonding c. exposed conductive parts d. The linking together of the exposed or extraneous conductive parts of an installation for the purpose of safety is one definition of: a. overload d. The protection provided by protective equipotential bonding and automatic disconnection of the supply is called: a. not forming a part of the electrical installation are called: a. The conduit and trunking parts of the electrical installation are: a. The protection provided by insulating the live parts of the electrical installation is called: a. overload protection . short circuit 02. fault protection 07. An overcurrent resulting from a fault of negligible impedance is one definition of: a. extraneous conductive parts 05. earth conductors b.C&G Certificate Examination [2009 June] MODEL EXAMINATION PAPER 01.
earth b. The act of linking together the exposed and extraneous metal parts is called: a. earth b. circuit protective conductor 11. earthing c. fault protection 08. earth b. basic protection d. earth b. The act of connecting the exposed conductive parts of the installation to the main earthing terminal is called: a. A protective conductor connecting exposed conductive parts of equipment to the main earthing terminal is one definition of: a. a screwdriver c. circuit protective conductor 12. a wood chisel and saw d. circuit protective conductor 13. bonding conductor d. bonding c. earthing c. circuit protective conductor 10. bonding conductor d. bonding conductor d. fault protection 14. a pair of side cutters or knife b. A protective conductor connecting exposed and extraneous parts together is one definition of: a. earthing c.C&G Certificate Examination [2009 June] b. “The conductive mass of the earth” is one definition of: a. a pair of grips 09. The protection provided by insulating live parts is called: a. earthing c. earthing b. basic protection . basic protection d. short circuit protection c. extraneous conductive parts b. Which hand tools would you use for terminating conductors in a junction box or removing cable insulation? a. bonding conductor d.
a 230 V supply b. a very low resistance c. basic protection c. fault protection c. fault protection 17. exposed conductive parts d. isolation switching 19. A current which exceeds the rated current in an otherwise healthy circuit is one definition of: a. basic protection c. To ensure the effective operation of the overcurrent protective devices. fuses or MCBs in the live conductor . basic protection c. fault protection b. fault protection 15. exposed conductive parts d. basic protection b. a consumer unit 21. a circuit protective conductor c. fault protection 16. a fuse d. exposed conductive parts d. The metalwork of the electrical installation is called: a. extraneous conductive parts b. Cutting off the electrical supply in order to ensure the safety of those working on the equipment is one definition of: a. the earth fault loop path must have: a. extraneous conductive parts b. The metalwork of the building and other service pipes is called: a.C&G Certificate Examination [2009 June] c. exposed conductive parts d. a shortcircuit current 20. fault protection 18. equipotential bonding d. extraneous conductive parts b. The protection provided by equipotential bonding and automatic disconnection of the supply is called: a. an overcurrent c. an overload current d. fault protection b. The weakest link in the circuit designed to melt when an overcurrent flows is one definition of: a.
Identify the Statutory Regulations from the following list: a. Hazardous area 26. the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 d. Duty of care c. Intrinsically safe d. mines and quarries d. Index of protection b. Hazardous area 28. Index of protection b. a very high resistance 22.C&G Certificate Examination [2009 June] d. Identify the types of electrical installations to which the IEE Regulations apply from the list below: a. Any place in which an explosive gas–air mixture is present ’ is one definition of: a. the IEE Regulations BS 7671: 2008 d. Hazardous area 27. Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 c. the IEE Regulations BS 7671: 2008 23. the BSI Kite Safety Mark 24. Flash point c. the BSI Kite Safety Mark c. Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 b. Flash point c. domestic homes b. Duty holder . Flash point c. caravan parks 25. Intrinsically safe d. Intrinsically safe d. The person who is the company representative responsible for electrical safety in the work environment is called the: a. A circuit in which no spark or thermal effect is capable of causing ignition of a given explosive atmosphere ’ us called: a. construction sites c. Index of protection b. The lowest temperature at which sufficient vapour is given off from a flammable substance to form an explosive gas ’ is one definition of: a. Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 b. Supervisor b. Identify the NonStatutory Regulations from the following list which impact upon electrotechnical systems: a.
Reasonably practicable d. when “Electricity at Work Regulation” is to be met but time. when “Electricity at Work Regulation” must be met regardless of cost we say it is: a. trouble and difficulty can be taken into account we say it is: a. Maintenance of tools and equipment d. intermediate switch control c. minispots . pull switch control b. Slips. Competent person 29. In UK. Practically impossible c. In UK. Absolute. The main lighting circuit in a room having only one entrance would probably be: a. intermediate switch control c. Practically impossible c. oneway switch control d. Important b. Duty of care 30. twoway switch control 34. trips and falls c. twoway switch control 35. pull switch control b. Reasonably practicable d. Everyone in the workplace has this responsibility for safety: a. The main lighting circuit in a room having two entrances would probably be: a. pull switch control b. Absolute 32. 31. fluorescent tubes d. oneway switch control d. oneway switch control d. First aid b. Identify the energyefficient lamps on the following list: a.C&G Certificate Examination [2009 June] d. The main lighting in a long corridor with many switches would probably be: a. Important b. intermediate switch control c. twoway switch control 33. incandescent lamp b. CFLs c.
secure the isolation before work commences 42. earth fault loop impedance c. domestic c. industrial 39. A steel trunking installation would be suitable for the following type of installation: a. ensure that a building is safe and secure d. domestic c. horticultural d. make our roads and pavements safe for people b.C&G Certificate Examination [2009 June] 36. circuit breakers and switches are connected in the live conductor: a. industrial 37. horticultural d. must always be complied with 41. isolate the circuit or equipment before work commences d. Electrical instrumentation systems a. commercial b. commercial b. functional test d. continuity test b. Before beginning work on a ‘ live ’ circuit or piece of equipment you should a. monitor industrial processes c. A mature electrician having responsibility for the whole design and completion of small contracts will probably be called . are Statutory regulations b. provide a controlled environment for people in buildings 43. Identify from the list below the test which is used to verify that all fuses. only work ‘ live ’ if you feel that you are ‘ competent ’ to do so c. polarity test 40. A PVC conduit installation would be suitable for the following type of installation: a. The IEE Wiring Regulations a. are Nonstatutory regulations c. industrial 38. only work ‘ live’ if your supervisor is with you b. commercial b. horticultural d. domestic c. are codes of good practice d. A steel conduit installation would be suitable for the following type of installation: a.
supervisor or foreman c. wiring diagram d. site plan or layout diagram c. a skilled operative d. supervisor or foreman c. A person carrying out electrical work with a high degree of skill and competence under the guidance of a supervisor will probably be called a. the contracts manager b. block diagram b. site plan or layout drawing d. wiring diagram d. wiring diagram b. a skilled operative d. detail assembly drawing c. site plan or layout diagram c. The scale drawing which shows the actual position of the electrical equipment upon completion of the contract is called: a. circuit diagram 49. wiring diagram b.C&G Certificate Examination [2009 June] a. block diagram b. asfitted drawing 46. wiring diagram d. a mechanic fitter 44. detail assembly drawing c. A diagram which shows most clearly how a circuit works. site plan or layout drawing d. A scale drawing showing the position of equipment by graphical symbols is a description of a: a. A scale drawing which shows the original intention for the position of electrical equipment is called a: a. site plan or layout diagram c. with all items represented by graphical symbols is a description of a: a. block diagram b. circuit diagram 48. a mechanic fitter 45. asfitted drawing 47. the contracts manager b. circuit diagram . A diagram which shows the detailed connections between individual items of equipment is a description of a: a.
From the scale drawing you can see that a socket outlet must be positioned on a wall 40 cm from the corner of the room in which you are standing. 10.0m d. 40.0m Answers 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 D B A B D C D A A C 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 D B B B C A D D B C 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 B A C A D C C C D C 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 B C D B B B C D D B 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 C B B C C D B C D D .0m c. How far from the corner of the room would you actually measure to the centre of the socket’s fixing position taking the scale into account: a. 0.C&G Certificate Examination [2009 June] 50. 4. A site plan has a scale of 1:100.4m b.
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