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The Plugs and Sockets etc. (Safety) Regulations 1994

  1. 1.Citation, commencement and revocation

  2. 2.Revocation

  3. 3.Interpretation

  4. PART I

    1. 4.Electrical devices to which Part I applies

    2. 5.Prohibitions on supply etc. of electrical devices

    3. 6.Requirements for electrical devices

    4. 7.Appointment of notified bodies other than persons notified under the Low Voltage Directive

    5. 8.Approval of standard plugs

    6. 9.Refusals, cancellations and the imposition of conditions

    7. 10.Electrical devices other than standard plugs

  5. PART II

    1. 11.Appliances to which Part II applies

    2. 12.Prohibitions on supply etc. of appliances

  6. PART III

    1. 13.Information requirements

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      EXCLUDED ELECTRICAL DEVICES

      1. 1.Any plug, socket or adaptor which incorporates any other electrical...

      2. 2.Any plug or socket forming part of a ceiling–rose connector...

      3. 3.Any plug or socket forming part of a luminaire comprising...

      4. 4.Any non–UK plug supplied loose which is manufactured to comply...

      5. 5.Any non–rewirable or any moulded–on Europlug (that is to say...

      6. 6.Any travel adaptor (that is to say an adaptor which...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      SPECIFIED BRITISH STANDARDS

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      EXCLUDED APPLIANCES

      1. 1.Any fixed luminaire, being a luminaire which cannot easily be...

      2. 2.Any ceiling–rose connector (that is to say a connector designed...

      3. 3.Any electric light designed and intended to be located within...

      4. 4.Any appliance which is fitted with an rcd plug.

      5. 5.Any appliance which is fitted with a plug transformer.

      6. 6.Any appliance which is fitted with a plug other than...

      7. 7.Any appliance which is intended to be permanently connected to...