PAT Testing is Portable Appliance Testing, which is an examination of electrical equipment to make sure that it is safe to use.
We carry out a visual inspection 1st to make sure there are no exposed wires or burnt cables . We then use specific PAT Testing equipment to test for Earth Continuity and insulation resistance among others. If the appliance passes it will get a green sticker, a red for a fail and blue for a visual inspection. After all the testing has been completed we will produce an appliance register and certification indicating if items have passed or failed.

We undertake all commercial and residential work

Our engineers are equipped with C&G 2377 certification and wear distinctive corporate attire for easy recognition on the job. Prior to joining our team, all engineers undergo comprehensive CRB checks to ensure reliability and safety.
The Health & Safety at Work Act (1974) imposes responsibilities on employers regarding the use of appliances, as well as on the general public who may use appliances in various establishments such as hotels, hostels, schools, shops, etc. This includes situations where appliances are provided or rented, as well as when appliances undergo servicing and repairs. Compliance necessitates a structured, regular regimen of maintenance, inspection, and testing of Portable Appliances. Non-compliance may result in fines of £5,000 per item. Additionally, there is the possibility of a six-month imprisonment sentence and potential manslaughter charges in the event of fatalities. Landlords may face civil lawsuits for damages from tenants, while employers could be subject to claims from employees. Furthermore, failure to adhere to these regulations may render property insurance or public liability insurance invalid.
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