PAT Testing & Periodic Inspections by JCJ Electrics of New Haw Woking Surrey     
PAT Testing & Periodic Inspections
by JCJ Electrics Ltd
NAPIT Registered Electrician - JCJ Electrics of New Haw Woking Surrey
Safety Testing for Electrical Appliances
For Businesses & Homes
In London, Surrey, Kent, Essex & Surrounding Areas   
     
Make sure you regularly have your equipment checked. Consider the likely consequences if you do not have
the testing done and there was a fire, or one of your staff were to be killed or injured from electrocution.
PAT Testing - Electrical Safety Checks are Health & Safety Requirement for many businesses and a sensible precaution in all homes
         
 
 

Who Needs PAT testing in Blackburn?

 
  Both businesses & homeowners. PAT Testing is most frequently carried out as a Health & Safety requirement for businesses and landlords but all homes have electrical appliances and homeowners should also consider testing for the safety of their family, friends and visitors  
  1. Health and safety regulations: Several regulations for health and safety exist which are required to be fulfilled. One should have a clear idea about what the regulations require and correspondingly carry out PAT Testing accordingly .  
 
Compliance
  Comply with the very latest health and safety regulations.
Reduce Risk - As your appliances are checked for electrical safety it will reduce the risk
Insurance
  One should check the small print on your insurance policy to make sure that it is not an insurance requirement
 
     
 

Reassurance Trusted Professional PAT Engineers

 
  Your PAT Testing will be carried out by Trusted Professional PAT Engineers.
JCJ Electrics Limited are NAPIT Electrical Registered. Also a CHAS Accredited Contractor (Contractors Health & Safety Assesment Scheme)
   
JCJ Electrics of New Haw Woking Surrey is CHAS Accredited Contractor
     
 

What Is PAT Testing?

 
  Portable appliance testing (commonly known as "PAT", "PAT Inspection" or "PAT Testing") is the name of a process in the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, New Zealand and Australia by which electrical appliances are routinely checked for safety. The correct term for the whole process is "in-service inspection & testing of electrical equipment".  
     
 

Why Should PAT Testing Be Carried Out?

 
  Pat testing or portable appliance testing is an important part of any health & safety policy.
The main reason to carry out “PAT Testing” is to determine whether electrical equipment is fit for continued service or if maintenance or replacement is necessary.
 
     
 

How Often Should PAT Testing Be Carried Out?

 
  The level of inspection and testing required is dependent upon the risk of the appliance becoming faulty, which is in turn dependent upon the type of appliance, the nature of its use and the environment in which it is used.  
  There is no straight answer to how often PAT Testing should be carried out. Instead a risk-based assessment should be carried out to determine the frequency of testing. The Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment has a suggested initial frequency table that can be used as a guide.  
     
 

What Is The Process Of PAT Testing?

 
  Without passing the initial visual inspection, no appliance can be passed as safe. The visual inspection process is:  
  1. Check plug casings for damage
2. Removal of the plug cover
3. Check correct fuse rating
4. Check correct wiring
5. Check terminals and connections are secure
6. Check there is minimal bare wire
7. Check for signs of overheating & discoloration
8. Check for misuse/ingress of liquids or foreign matter
9. Check cable/cord grips
 
  The checks and inspections outlined above, should, if carried out properly, reveal most potentially dangerous faults, however not all faults are detectable by carrying out just a visual inspection:  
  Loss of earth integrity (earth test)
Deterioration of insulation integrity (insulation test)
Other associated tests as required/necessary (earth leakage, load testing)
 
  Therefore the relevant tests associated with the class of the appliance should then be performed.  
     
 

Contact Us

    
 
 
       
  JCJ Electrics Ltd    
  Trading Address:
Unit B1m(a)
Fairoaks Airport
Chobham Road
Surrey
GU24 8HU
  Registered Address:
Middleborough House
16 Middleborough
Colchester
Essex CO1 1QT
       
       
  Phone   Email
  For any enquiries please contact us on:   mail@jcjelectrics.co.uk
  Landline: 01932 848 033 Mobile: 07919 558 349    
       
Blackburn Area PAT Testing 
 
     
  PAT Testing & Periodic Inspections by JCJ Electrics of New Haw Woking Surrey     
PAT Testing & Periodic Inspections
by JCJ Electrics Ltd
NAPIT Registered Electrician - JCJ Electrics of New Haw Woking Surrey
Safety Testing for Electrical Appliances
For Businesses & Homes
In Blackburn, Surrey, Kent, Essex & Surrounding Areas   
     
Portable Appliance Testing in Surrey - Electrical Equipment Health & Safety PAT Tests
 
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