Portable Appliance testing is an important part of the management of Health & Safety Regulation.

Every employer shall ensure that work equipment is maintained and in efficient working order and in good repair. The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 puts the duty of care upon both employer and the employees to ensure the safety of all persons using the work premises. This includes the self-employed.

All Portable equipment must be checked and serviced by a professional or independent company, employees can maintain a high level of housekeeping and user check to minimise the daily risks.

Our highly skilled engineers are trained to current IEE and IET code of practices and all hold City & Guilds or NAPIT qualifications, all engineers are provided with calibrated PrimeTest PAT Testers which allows us to undertake the testing safely and with confidence.

We understand the importance for your company to continue your operations with minimal disruption, our engineers will endeavour to undertake the PAT Testing with minimal down time and inform your employees prior to the works be undertaken.

Our PAT Testing report includes:

  • I.D or unique reference number
  • Make of Appliance
  • Serial of Appliance
  • Description of Appliance
  • Locations and Remarks

Our Inspection & Test information included our report:

  • Visual Inspection PASS/FAIL
  • Fuse Size
  • Class 1 / 2
  • Insulation Resistance
  • Earth Leakage
  • Earth Bond Test
  • Test Inspection PASS/FAIL
  • I.D label fitted to appliance PASS/FAIL

All minor repairs will be undertaken at the time of testing by our engineers FREE of charge i.e fuses, plug tops and cord grips.

Our comprehensive PAT report will be issued in Hard and Electronic formats our clients believe it’s very user friendlily and easy to use document, however we can tailor to your specific requirements if additional information is required.

On completion, our dedicated staff will endeavour to have the report typed and delivered to you with 5-7 working days.