An essential part of electrical safety

PAT testing is an essential part of electrical safety. A large portion of workplace accidents are a result of faulty portable appliances, but in most cases these kind of accidents can be easily avoided. We provide affordable and preventative commercial PAT testing to deliver peace of mind and workplace safety to a diverse range of business owners and landlords.

Every workplace needs to offer a safe environment for employees. There are many appliances that are used on a daily basis. When a portable electrical appliance is not functioning correctly it can result in accident, injury and expense. Computers, kettles and microwaves are just a few examples of the appliances that need to be subjected to regular inspections.

Every landlord has a responsibility to provide a safe property for their tenants. If a rented property includes refrigerators or washing machines it is imperative that they be checked to ensure they present no potential risk to tenants. Thorough and professional PAT testing proves to be beneficial for both parties.

Our engineers are skilled, experienced and have the capabilities to carry out the highest standard of work. Safety is at the root of what we do, and to ensure consistent performance levels and outstanding results we make sure our team goes through thorough health, safety and technical training.

Our comprehensive commercial PAT testing services cover every portable appliance in your workplace including equipment that falls into the class 2 category. This includes vacuum cleaners, stereo equipment and televisions. Upon completion of your tests we provide a detailed report. We will clearly label every item that needs attention, and we will retain your report for ten years. Your safety is always our priority, and we leave no stone unturned when you engage our services.

Electrical installations are vulnerable to wear and tear and damage. We offer fixed wire testing as part of our commitment to electrical safety in the workplace. We will check circuits, control gear and look for any breakdown of insulation. It is prudent to carry out fixed wire testing for safety purposes but there are other circumstances that call for fixed wire testing such as a change of premises.