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Inspection and Testing

inspection and testing

What is fixed wire testing?

Fixed Wire Testing can also be called Periodic Electrical Inspection and Testing. This is how we determine the safety of all electrical wiring, controls, outlets and accessories in a building or place of work.

Why should you have Fixed wire testing?

You need to ensure that your premises are electrically safe for use by your employees or the public at all times. The electricity at work regulations 1989 require you to provide for the safety of persons and livestock against the effects of electric shock and burns in accordance with regulation 130-01. You must provide protection against damage to property by fire and heat arising from an installation defect. You must confirm that the installation is not damaged or deteriorated so as to impair safety. The identification of installation defects and non-compliance with the requirements of the regulations which may give rise to danger.

Fixed wire testing can greatly prolong the life of your electrical installation and should save you money in the logn term. All insurance companies and landlords have a duty of care to request a copy of your current certificates and failure to provide these could result in your insurance policy being void.

Portable appliance testing

PAT is required under the electricity at work regulations 1989

3 levels of testing:
user check
formal visual inspection
combined inspection

Frequency of test depends on nature and use of appliance (but ranges from 6 months to 5 years)

Comprehensive PAT contract includes testing, result listings, appliance labelling and recall service

Our range includes full design and install works for lighting, emergency lighting, power, fire alarms, social alrms and data wiring. All works are fully tested on completion with certificates
issued along with record documents and drawings
if necessary

Please call us on 020 8850 9704