Through governmental delegation, the National Electrical Safety Board is responsible for electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).Electrical safety and for electromagnetic compatibility at the National Electrical Safety Board´s website (link to another web site)
Laws and regulations from the national Electrical Safety Board
The National Electrical Safety Board (Elsäkerhetsverket) has the vision of safe and interference-free electricity and works to ensure a high level of electrical safety and to prevent interference between electrical equipment.
Laws and regulations
The new Electrical Safety Act came into force on 1 July 2017. It introduces a completely new system of requirements that must be met by people working with electrical installations in Sweden.Electrical Safety Act at the National Electrical Safety Board´s website (link to another web site)
Working with electrical installations
Electricity is dangerous. That is why Sweden has strict regulations about who is allowed to carry out electrical installation work and how. The electrical installation companies are responsible for ensuring that electrical installation work is carried out in accordance with the relevant rules. The companies' self-audit schemes are intended to guarantee compliance. You are not allowed to work with electrical installations unless you are included in a self-audit scheme.Working with electrical installations at the National Electrical Safety Board´s website (link to another web site)