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Don't compromise on safety

We aim to give the best PAT testing service to enable our customers to fulfil their obligations with regard to equipment safety. Portable Glossary Link appliance testing is vital to protect your business and its employees.

PAT testing is carried out on a periodic basis to all portable and fixed appliances in the workplace, i.e. any equipment that has to be plugged into the mains or wired into a fused spur unit.PAT Tester

Electrical safety obligations are not limited to businesses, landlords are also responsible for ensuring the regular testing of all appliances they provide for their tenants. Testing requirements includes:

  • Computers, monitors and peripherals requiring mains power.
  • Audio and telephone equipment requiring mains power.
  • Kettles, microwave ovens and other kitchen appliances.
  • Vacuum cleaners.
  • Extension leads.

Electrical Product Recall Notices

We use the latest PAT equipment and are able to test all types of electrical appliances 415V, 230V and 110V. Our engineers are City and Guilds 2377 and 2391 qualified and fully CRB (Enhanced Disclosure) checked.

As specialists in PAT testing, we are best placed to help you comply with your legal obligations. All our testing is carried out in accordance with The Institute of Electrical Engineers' (IEE) code of practice.


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Inspection and Testing

Electricity at Work Act 1989
To meet the requirements of the 1989 Electricity at Work Regulations, it is regarded to be necessary to implement a programme of planned inspection and testing of portable appliances.

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Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
Every Employer shall ensure that work equipment is maintained in an efficient state, in efficient working order and in good repair.

Inspection

Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
Every Employer shall ensure that the results of an inspection made under this regulation are recorded and kept until the next inspection under this regulation is recorded.

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Plug Wiring:
A common cause of electrical faults is a poorly wired plug. Wiring a plug is not difficult however it's important to get right.

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Fuses:
The fuse in the plug is not fitted to protect the Glossary Link appliance, although in practice it often does this. The fuse protects the flex.

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RCD's:
RCDs are often known by other names, e.g. Glossary Link earth leakage circuit breakers (ELCB) or safety switches.

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Telephone: 0843 289 3749                        Info@PAT2377.co.uk