I am currently dealing with a client who is querying our list of faults and recommendations for a property we tested for electrical compliance. The client quotes this article, Electrical compliance made simple in claiming "the electrician no longer has to guarantee that the system is in full working order. He has only to certify that it is, in fact, completely safe."
How on earth my client came across such a misleading article is beyond me. There's hardly a paragraph I don't have a problem with.
Where does one start in explaining to a client that the issues around an electrical COC are nowhere near as simple as this article would suggest, and in fact the article is grossly misleading?