We operate and test every single appliance, RCD, electrical system and equipment possible to ensure they remain functional, as well as safe for you and your family/business. While we offer quality and safety control, we operate around your schedule, provide electronic asset register and documentation with every service, to ensure our staff complete testing & tagging with minimal disruption to your daily activities.
Although AS/NZS 3760:2010 sets out indicative testing and inspection intervals for electrical equipment, including RCDs, a risk assessment can be carried out by our trained staff to determine the frequency of testing. As a general rule, testing should be done at least once every 12 months.
More frequent testing may be required in relation to:
In addition to regular testing, equipment should be tested:
The following basic tests may be conducted on each appliance:
The short answer: Everyone.
The long answer: If you are a person conducting a business, or undertaking, you have a duty of care to ensure that, as reasonably practicable, that workers and others in the business are not exposed to electrical risks arising from the business or undertaking. This duty requires eliminating electrical risks, or if that is not reasonably practicable, minimising risks so far as is reasonably practicable.
Business Types Requiring Test & Tag
As noted above, it is essentially anyone who is conducting a business or undertaking but here is a shortlist of the business types:
And, don’t forget getting your items at home being tested and tagged as well.
This list is by no means complete.