PAT Testing

Electrical Safety Testing

Employer Responsibility

We are here to assist anyone responsible for electrical equipment in meeting their obligations under the Health & Safety at Work Regulations, Electricity at Work Regulations, and the latest amendment to the IEE Regulations. If you have any specific requirements, we will do our best to accommodate them. Additionally, with reasonable notice, we can arrange for testing to be conducted overnight.

What do we do?

First, we conduct a visual inspection of the appliance casing. Next, we use a PAT tester to measure earth continuity, insulation resistance, and verify proper operation of the appliance. Based on the results, we either pass or fail the item and label it accordingly. Most portable appliances pass without issue, but some may have easily remedied faults, such as a loose terminal screw that could cause future overheating. Tightening the screw is often all that’s needed, and we do this at no extra charge. If an appliance fails, further investigation is required, and the item will be marked as failed and brought to your attention.

Why PAT Testing is important?

Portable appliance testing (PAT) is an effective method to ensure your organisation complies with current Health & Safety legislation. The legislation requires that your electrical equipment be maintained to prevent any workplace hazards. PAT Testing also helps ensure your insurance coverage remains valid, as insurance companies typically require compliance with all Health & Safety regulations as a policy condition.

What happens when we're finished?

We will provide you with an itemised list of the appliances we have tested on your premises, indicating their pass or fail status. Each item will be clearly labelled accordingly. We will maintain a record of your details and the individual items tested, and we will contact you when re-testing is due (typically every year).

Provide us with some details about your portable & fixed wire testing needs so we can give you an estimated quote. Prices are exclusive of VAT.

How it Works?

Step 1

Submit your electrical testing requirements
(Enter the number of items you need testing)

Step 2

Get cost estimation based on your requirements.
(Extra items are charged at £1 per item).

Step 3

Select your preferred date and time for our compliance visit.

Step 4

We'll then contact you to confirm your booking details and book you in.