At Safetest, through our PAT testing we verify that your company’s portable electrical appliances are in safe condition. All tests are carried out to satisfy the requirements of BS EN ISO 9001:2000 and comply with The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, The Electricity at Work (Northern Ireland) 1991 and the latest HSE Guidelines.
We recommend that portable appliance testing is carried out on a risk assessed basis, however the appropriate frequency of testing will be dependent on the design of the appliance (Class I or Class II), how easy it is to move and where it is used.
PAT Testing done right.
Our PAT testing service includes a thorough visual inspection of the appliance to check for a variety of defects including the following:
- Damage to the flex
- Damaged to the plug and casing (overheating, burn marks, discoloration)
- An incorrectly wired plug
- An incorrectly rated fuse
On completion of the testing, a certificate of testing and a comprehensive detailed report including each unique appliance number will be issued within five working days.
Remedial Action at No Extra Cost
Appliances are discreetly labelled with the result of the test (pass or fail) and any remedial action that can be taken during testing, including repairing and replacing faulty plugs and fuses, will be carried out at that time at no extra cost.
Our friendly, fully qualified professionals ensure that all PAT Testing is carried out in accordance with the IET’s Code of Practice for In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment. We are also NICEIC accredited ensuring the highest standards of testing are always maintained with regular training and testing in accordance with NICEIC taking place on all our engineers.
Do you require professional PAT Testing?
Our PAT testing services are available to clients throughout Scotland including Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Fife, Dundee and throughout Scotland.Contact Us Today