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What is PAT Testing?

Portable Appliance is a piece of equipment that has a lead and a plug which can be moved. In order to comply with PAT Testing Regulations you MUST Inspect, Test, Record and establish new test dates based on HSE Directives.

 

The Electricity at Work Regulations requires that all Portable Appliances are regularly tested and a register is produced.

 

At Home Emergency all of our PAT Test Service and Portable Appliance Inspection Service Personnel are highly trained and skilled Electrical Technicians.

PAT Testing Two

Prices start from £1.00 plus VAT

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Service

- A Quality Service delivered by highly trained competent staff taking pride in their work.

- Free replacement plugs fuses and minor repairs.

- Free Asset Register of all appliances.

- Testing is carried out to the I.E.T. Code of Practice. Appliances with removable mains leads will have 2 separate tests, the cable and the appliance.

- Engineers all trained and qualified to City & Guild 2377.

- All engineers Enhanced DBS checked.

- The full Asset Register is available on USB and can be sent by e-mail in PDF format.

- We will advise you of retest dates 1 month prior to expiry date.

 

 

 

 

Legal Duty

The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 (EAW) state that maintenance inspections must be carried out at set frequencies to control risks, which can arise from use of electricity. The Duty Holder (employer in this case) must select precautions appropriate to the risk i.e. Regulation 4(2) requires that ‘as may be necessary to prevent danger, all systems shall be maintained so as to prevent as

far as practicable such danger’.