Posted by admin on March 27, 2017 Testing time frames vary within different industries depending on what the equipment is and the environment that the equipment is used.Australian StandardsAS/NZS 3760:2010 contain a guide to testing and tagging time frames however a risk assessment must be made to determine exact time frames. See Table Attached
Posted by admin on March 27, 2017 To perform a full electrical test yes we need to turn equipment off this should only take a few minutes per item. Our experienced operators try to work with as little disruption as possible. In extreme cases we understand that some items cannot be turned off in that scenario a thorough visual is performed and notes added to the report as to why a visual was done.
Posted by admin on March 26, 2017 Costs will be based on the amount of equipment to be tested and the environment and location that we are testing in metro, Country or Regional. Please call us to discuss your specific requirements.
Posted by admin on March 26, 2017 The Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 (OSH Act) and Mines Safety and Inspection Act 1994 require electrical equipment at workplaces to be safe and not exposeWorkers to hazards. As prescribed by the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 and Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations 1995 the person having control of a workplace or access to that work place, i.e. employer, self-employed person, main contractor, must ensure that allportable plug-in electrical equipment and residual current devices (RCDs) at the workplace are safe and appropriately inspected, tested and maintained by a competent person.