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A DNO’s perspective on G55/2 Alan Daley (Tree Programme Manager)
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© 2006 E.ON25 August 2014, Central Networks, Page 3 Overview of G55/2 The purpose of G55/2 is to provide a common basis for safe working practices for DNO tree contract work in Proximity to any Distribution Network Operator’s equipment. The tree and vegetation industry has undertaken a big step change in their safety culture since the publication of G55/1. G55/2 now reflects this change
© 2006 E.ON25 August 2014, Central Networks, Page 4 The main difference between G55/1 and G55/2 involves the categories of tree work and the procedures to control risk, and it now addresses DNO work specifically Previously, there were three categories. There are now four categories: A, B, C and D, which allow arborists to work up to the safety distances
© 2006 E.ON25 August 2014, Central Networks, Page 5 DNO’s perspective Safety – We are now asking arborists to work closer to our network than ever before. All arborists are being retrained to the new NPTC standards and procedures. Central Networks has in certain areas decided to apply more stringent methods of work than those recommended by G55/2. These are being briefed out by Central Networks.
© 2006 E.ON25 August 2014, Central Networks, Page 6 DNO’s perspective. Helps to speed up compliance with legislation (ESQCR) Reduce customer inquires and complaints Financial benefits – Reduced network interruptions Able to cut more live spans Reduced number of tree related incidents Less CI and CMLs incurred Safer and more reliable network for our customers
© 2006 E.ON25 August 2014, Central Networks, Page 7 Summary There are concerns regarding safety- working closer to the network These are been managed by risk assessment, training, auditing and where necessary DNO’s restrictions There are compliance with legislation benefits which in turn brings customer satisfaction There are financial savings which ultimately benefit the DNO, customers and stakeholders
A DNO’s perspective on the revised UA units David McAlinden (Tree Compliance Manager)
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© 2006 E.ON25 August 2014, Central Networks, Page 10 So, in summary CN’s tree contractors are currently undergoing technical updates and assessment to the revised UA units When this process is complete, CN will brief its tree contractors to G55/2 and its locally required “amendments” After briefing, CN tree contractors will be working to G55/2
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