|(a) Licensed designer. An electrical system installed
on or after the effective date of this subchapter shall be planned
and designed by a licensed engineer or licensed master electrician.
(b) Compliance with National Electrical Code (NEC).
All electrical equipment and lines shall comply with applicable provisions
in the current NEC in effect on the date of installation.
(c) Testing laboratory approval. Electrical equipment
shall be approved by a nationally recognized electrical testing laboratory,
such as UL, at the time of installation as evidenced by the listing
or labeling on the equipment.
(d) Grounding and bonding. Equipment, as required,
shall be bonded and grounded in accordance with the NEC in effect
at the time of installation. Pumps shall be both internally and externally
grounded and bonded in accordance with the NEC.
(e) Manufacturer's instructions. Electrical equipment
and related electrical components shall comply with manufacturer's
(f) Line clearances. Electrical line clearances shall
comply with the National Electrical Safety Code or NEC in effect at
the time of construction.
(g) Inspections required. For a lagoon constructed
on or after the effective date of this subchapter, a licensed electrician
shall conduct at least two inspections, one during construction and
one after construction, to ensure that all electrical facilities are
constructed in compliance with this section.
(h) Shut-off switch for service personnel. A shut-off
switch shall be provided for service personnel to disconnect all power
to circulation and jet system pumps.
(i) Surf lagoon emergency shut-off switches required.
A minimum of two emergency shut-off switches capable of immediately
stopping wave generation shall be provided, shall be clearly marked
as emergency shut-offs, and shall be readily accessible to lifeguards.