Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is an electrical safety test of all electrical appliances
undertaken to comply with the requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, which
states that all electrical equipment shall be maintained so as to prevent danger.
It is a legal requirement for all employers and premises to ensure all appliances are safe to use.
All of our qualified engineers are trained to nationally recognised standards, using the latest equipment to ensure all PAT tests are carried out efficiently and comprehensively. They are also able to carry out all necessary repairs to the power supply at the time of inspection, therefore minimising the number of items failing. Uniquely numbered with a permanent label, each appliance tested is logged into our test database which handles over a million results annually, providing reports and schedules in both, printed and digital formats.
Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), is the testing of all the fixed electrical wiring and accessories within a building, recommended by The Health and Safety Executive which states that all electrical systems and equipment used should be in safe condition.
We offer specialist expertise in repairs and installation of electrical equipment, appliances, cabling and systems. As qualified specialists, we operate to the very highest safety standards, using only the best materials installed on time by experienced, qualified engineers…
Emergency lighting illuminates escape routes and allow to find the fire-fighting equipment in case there is a fire in the building, and it is a legal requirement to ensure that the lights are regularly tested and maintained to provide protection.
As one of the most valuable diagnostic tools available, thermographic imaging is carried out to eliminate any costly system failures that may occur within a business, using a non-contact infrared or “heat” picture to identify hot spots within electrical systems.
Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is an electrical safety test of all electrical appliances undertaken to comply with the requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, which states that all electrical equipment shall be maintained so as to prevent danger.
Regular electrical maintenance reduces risks of failures and keeps premises working efficiently and safely. Our team of qualified and fully trained engineers provide planned, reactive and emergency electrical maintenance services…
Lightning is responsible for hundreds of injuries each year in the UK as a result of lightning strikes and the electrical surges that follow them, and therefore it is vital to meet the legal requirements for lightning protection to mitigate risk.
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