As electrical waste room equipment is in installed in a hostile environment, we recommend that your equipment is inspected and tested by our qualified team, at intervals that cater to you and in accordance with AS/NZS 3760.
To save the additional hassles in organising multiple trades and services, talk to us about our highly competitive electrical inspecting and tagging services.
When Electrical Equipment Testing is Mandatory
Your duty of care as a business owner, employer or person conducting a business means you must ensure any plug-in electrical equipment normally used in tough operating conditions is regularly tested to protect the health and safety of those who work in and occupy your building by law.
On top of reducing electrical risks in the workplace, this helps ensure electrical equipment used in conditions that may result in damage or a reduction in its expected lifespan is always compliant with best codes of practice for WHS.
However, not just anyone can test and tag your electrical equipment.
TEST & TAG COMPETENCE
Any technician you hire for a Test & Tag equipment test must be a ‘competent person’ through training, qualification or experience to conduct electrical equipment testing to the standards laid out in AS/NZS 3760: 2010 and AS/NZS 3012: 2010.
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