18 Series of IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS (IRR) OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. Pursuant to Section 4(h), Article II of Republic Act No. Submission of Fire and Safety Assessment Report (FALAR). Memorandum Circular No. New Electrical Engineering Law (RA ). • NBC FORMS. • LEGAL OPINIONS. • P.D. (National Building Code ). • R.A. (Civil Engineering Law). • R.A. (New Architecture Act of ).

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Requirements for Registration as ProfessionalElectrical Engineer. The technical papershall be supported by engineering principles anddata. After these submittals are received by PRC, they will be reviewed by at least two 2 Board Members who will then set schedules for the oral examination or interview.

Adopted in the City of Manila, this 9th of May, Sections of this page. He is at least eighteen 18 years of age;c.

The policies,resolutions, rules and regulations, orders or decisionissued or promulgated by lrr Board shall be subject tothe review and approval by the Commission; however,the Boards decisions, resolutions or orders which arenot interlocutory, rendered in an administrative case,shall be subject to review only if on appeal. Provided, furthermore, That they shallreceive other benefits that may be provided for by law.

The report shall be of legal sizeand book-bound. An Electrical Engineer should promptly dis-close to rx client or employer and interest which he mayhave in a business that may conflict with or affect his deci-sion regarding engineering work for which he is employedor which he may be called upon to perform.

Implementing Rules and Regulations

Look in the condition affecting the practice of the elec-trical engineering profession, adopt measures for theenhancement of the profession and the maintenanceof high professional, technical, and ethical standardsand conduct ocular inspection of places where regis-trants practice their profession, such as, but not lim-ited to: The Board upon approval of the Commission shall releaseofficially the results of the licensure examinations not laterthan twenty five 25 days from the date of the examination.


Supervise and regulate the practice of electrical engi-neering in the Philippines;b.

Be a natural-born Filipino citizen and a residence ofthe Philippines for at least 5 consecutive years;b. The practice of electrical engineering is a pro-fessional service admission to which is based on individualor personal qualifications.

Therelease of the results may or may not coincide with the re-lease of the results for Registered Electrical Engineers andRegistered Master Electricians.

TheBoard shall, subject to the approval of the Commission, andafter consultation with the said association, prescribe andissue the necessary guidelines for the issuance of thesecertificates. Both a quorum and a majority vote are pre-requisites for the validity of any of the foregoing actions.

Queries or com-munications which do not require collective official actionor reply by the Board, or which are ministerially actionablemay be answered and signed by the Chairman or a BoardMember, or the Secretary of the Professional RegulatoryBoard if authorized by the Rz.

Requirements for Examination as a Registered Master Electrician – An applicant for the examination as Registered Master Electrician shall submit the following: The decision of the Commission may ifr appealed tothe Court of Appeals in accordance with the procedureprovided in the Rules of Court.

Practice of electrical engineering a person is deemedto be in the practice of electrical engineering when herenders or offers to render professional electrical en-gineering service in the form of: The keystone of professionalconduct is integrity.

RA 7920 and IRR

Administer oaths in connection with the administration,implementation, or enforcement of this Act;o. Electrical system design refers to the choice of elec-trical systems, including planning and detailing of re-quirements for protection, control, monitoring, coordi-nation and interlocking of electrical systems amongothers.

Exemption from Examination and Regis-tration. The Board may call the vouching PEE for an inter-view in connection with the affidavit executed in favorof the applicant. Has graduated from a two-year electricians courseof instruction from a vocational or trade school rec-ognized by the Philippine government and, in ad-dition, has at least two 2 years of apprenticeshipafter completion of the course of instruction on elec-trical installation, operation and maintenance ofutilization devices and equipment; or3.


Unless otherwise pro-vided, the following shall be understood to mean: It shall be sufficient ground for the revocation of a cer-tificate issued to a person under this Act, and his suspen-sion from the practice of his profession for unprofessionaland dishonorable conduct, if: Register successful applicants for professional electri-cal engineers and applicants who have passed the li-censure examinations for registered master electriciansand issue the corresponding certificates of registrationand professional licenses;f.

Reexamination of Failed Subjects. Taking the Oath of Professional. A professional license signed by the Commissioner andbearing the registration number and date of issued thereofand the month of expiry or renewability shall likewise beissued to every registrant who has paid the annual regis-trations fees for three 3 consecutive years and has com-plied with the requirements of the Continuing ProfessionalEducation CPEunless exempted therefrom.

Compensation of Chairman and the BoardMembers. Ir plant or factory refers to manufacturingassembly plants, including engineering shops, ship-yards or other business endeavors where electricalmachinery and equipment are installed. The respondent shall have the right to a speedy andpublic hearing and to confront and cross-examine witnessesagainst him. An Electrical Engineer should not be finan-cially interested in the bids of a contractor on competitivework for which he has been or expects to be employed asan engineer, unless he has the consent of his client of em-ployer.