P.I.E. Electrical Installations Report NR 10 (Brazilian Standard – P.I.E Prontuário das Instalações Elétricas)

P.I.E. shall be kept up to date by the managements of the operation and maintenance sectors or by someone designated by them and shall remain at the disposal of the employees and the supervision of the competent authorities.

P.I.E. Electrical Installations Report NR 10 (Brazilian Standard)
P.I.E. Electrical Installations Report NR 10 (Brazilian Standard)

PIE NR 10 Report
Electrical Installations Record NR 10
The P.I.E. must be prepared by a legally qualified professional and is the cornerstone of this work, because it organizes all information collected as well as all the definitions and guidelines provided by the audit.
The Record can be a suspended folder, magnetic file or folder type A-Z.
The PIE must be organized and kept up to date by the employer or person formally designated by the company and must remain available to the workers involved in the facilities and services in electricity.
The Electrical Installations Record NR 10 P.I.E. is defined as an organized system of information pertaining to the electrical installations and workers that organizes the set of procedures, actions, documentation and programs that every company must possess, in order to obtain the best operational and safety conditions for the operational electrical system. See below some contents of the P.I.E. Electrical Installations Report NR 10:
Activities to be carried out to elaborate the P.I.E. Electrical Installations Report NR 10.
Analysis of documents and organization on electrical installations and missing documents (drawings and calculations).
Analysis of existing documents about the classification of risk areas.
Analysis of existing thermographic reports.
Analysis and organization of the documentation proving the qualification, training and authorization of the workers and the training performed;
Analysis and organization of documentation concerning primary cabins.
Analysis and organization of all documentation related to the System of Protection against Atmospheric Discharge (SPAD) of the installation.
Analysis and support for drafting the Emergency Plan.
Analysis of the organization of all procedures for intervention and construction of electricity installations and services.
Analysis of the applications of signals suitable for the areas of electrical systems occupations.
Document and data evaluations applicable to explosion-proof electrical installations.
Elaboration of the detailed description of the components of the installation, such as: electrical panels, electric power cabin, identification of voltage at the sockets, warnings, etc;
Elaboration of updated engine worksheet.
Examinations of relations and conditions of conservation, use, control and distribution of all personal and collective protection equipment.
Organization of work procedures and other data on the physical conditions of the substations and installations at the electricity generation points.
Support in the elaboration of the PRA (Preliminary Risk Analysis) of the points of installations of the boards, electrical panels, points of industrial illumination, installation of the electric motors, of the substations 13.8Kv and secondary substations.
Support in the elaboration of Maintenance Plans.
Verification of ARTs.
P.I.E. Electrical Installations Report NR 10:
Verification and organization of documentation related to the Certifications of electrical equipment and materials in classified areas;
Local verification of individual and collective protection equipment, as well as tools adopted and used in many maintenance works and installations in electricity.
Checking on current drawings that apply to lighting, ventilation, refrigeration, and power related issues, as well as electrical work procedures that apply to them.
Verification of work procedures and applications for Safety Personal Operational.
Verifications on the use and procedures of works that aim at Electrical Locks of the Installations.

P.I.E. Electrical Installations Report NR 10:
The requirement for PIE is required in item 10.2.4 for installations with installed load above 75 kW. Item 10.2.3.
Companies are required to maintain up-to-date single-line schematics of their facility’s electrical installations with the specifications of the grounding system and other protective equipment and devices.
Subitem 10.2.4 Establishments with an installed load of more than 75 kW shall constitute and maintain the Electrical Installations Report, containing, in addition to the provisions of item 10.2.3, at least:
A) set of technical and administrative procedures and instructions for safety and health, implemented and related to this NR and description of existing control measures;
B) documentation of inspections and measurements of the protection system against atmospheric discharges and electrical landfills;
C) specification of collective and individual protection equipment and tooling, applicable as determined by this NR;
D) documentation proving the qualification, habilitation, training, authorization of the workers and the training performed;
E) results of electrical insulation tests performed on individual and collective protection equipment;
F) certifications of electrical equipment and materials in classified areas;
G) technical report of the updated inspections with recommendations, schedules of adjustments, contemplating the items “a” to “f”. Regarding the training we have: item 10.7.1.
Workers that intervene in high-voltage electric installations, which carry out their activities within the limits established as controlled and risk areas, according to Annex I, shall comply with the provisions of item 10.8 of this NR 10.7.2.
The workers referred to in item 10.7.1 must receive safety training, specific in safety in the Electric Power System (E.P.S.) and in its vicinity, with minimum curriculum, hourly workload and other determinations established in Annex II of this NR. 10 item 10.7.3.
The services in electrical installations energized in HV (High Voltage), as well as those performed in the Electric Power System – E.P.S. can not be performed individually.
COMPLEMENTARY COURSE – SAFETY IN THE ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM (SEP) AND IN ITS VICINITY. It is prerequisite to attend this complementary course, to have participated, with satisfactory use, of the NR 10 Basic Training previously defined. Minimum workload – 40 hours

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