Fixed Wire Testing - Electrical Safety Testing

Owners of buildings have a duty of care to users and themselves to comply with Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. The wiring of buildings is an area which is often taken for granted and overlooked, yet it can be a major cause of fires, injury or even death through safety issues.

image5Electrical Safety Testing Ltd provides Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) as an essential part of ensuring compliance with electrical requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and B.S 7671 ( IET Wiring Regulations 17th Edition). These reports outline any electrical safety and compliance issues which may arise.

Our continuous investment in the latest available technology enablesĀ us to provide our clients with the most effective testing services possibleĀ and software that provides advanced management of information.

The electricity at work regulations states that all electrical systems and equipment used within the working environment should be in a safe condition. The Health and Safety executive requires that to comply with the regulations an inspection and testing schedule must be implemented in all work places. The frequency of this schedule will depend on the environment typically either 3 years for industrial installations and 5 years for commercial installations. (For more detailed information see Frequency Testing Table)

image6Periodic testing can be a major undertaking. This is why Electrical Safety Testing Ltd guarantees to provide your company with a hassle free service which is designed with your business in mind to cause the least disruption possible.

Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR), complete with schedules of test results are provided in pdf format using the latest software. In addition hard copies can also be provided in a professionally bound folder.

As an independent electrical testing specialist, we do not undertake electrical installation contracts therefore avoiding a conflict of interest. This enables us to guarantee our clients are receiving a completely impartial and unbiased service.

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