Why do I need to carry it out for electrical PAT testing?
The UK Health and Safety Executive along with insurance companies will expect you to ensure that you are compliant with certain regulations including:
- Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974
- The Electricity at Work Regulations of 1989
- The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations of 1998
- The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations of 1999
1 in 4 work related injuries involve portable appliances and these are only the ones reported in the accident book
As with all law, ignorance is not a defence. It is your responsibility to make sure all the appliances used in your workplace comply with these specific regulations
Failure to comply may, at best, invalidate your insurance policy leaving you liable, at worst, a fine of up to £20,000 and/or a 2-year jail sentence
What Qualifies as a Portable Appliance?
All equipment used in the workplace with a flexible cable and/or plug
Examples:- Computers, Microwaves, Heaters, Fans, Lamps, Kettles, Photocopiers, Printers Power Leads etc
Minor faults highlighted during an electrical PAT testing inspection of the appliances can be repaired as we find them and then retested
Un-repairable or dangerous faults will result in the appliance being failed and labelled accordingly
Reports and Certification
During testing all portable appliances will be numbered and a Safety Label is applied to enable easy identification in the event of a Health and Safety Inspection
On completion of the electrical PAT testing, we will issue a Safety Compliance Certificate and a detailed report identifying each appliance
How much will it cost?
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