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Everyday wear and tear on portable electrical appliances can cause damage resulting in the risk of electric shock or even fire.

 

 

Employers, institutions and landlords have a statutory responsibility to ensure that all portable appliances on their premises are safe for use, and regular PAT testing plays an essential part in documenting this duty of care.

 

PAT testing is cost effective – many employers and landlords have seen real reductions in their insurance premiums by adopting a regular PAT testing regime.

 

  • At Circuit Electrical Testing, our specialist PAT Testing Engineers are qualified to City & Guilds Part 1 & 2 and City & Guilds 2377.

 

  • We are an accredited member of the PAT Scheme operated by the NIC EIC, your guarantee that our work is of the highest standard, performed by experienced professionals.

 

Circuit Electrical Testing engineers inspect electrical items to check for potential flaws which could present a hazard in use. This work is backed up by our comprehensive compliance and reporting pack designed to document the work carried out and the results, including a full asset register and indication of remedial repairs carried out where appropriate.

 

 

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At Circuit Electrical Testing, our engineers operate using PDA equipment and advanced online management systems developed to ensure accurate collection of data in the field.

  

Flexible reporting in a vital part of the Circuit Electrical Testing service; this information is readily accessible online to our clients within hours of tests being completed, and can be viewed via secure login accounts, or supplied in a range of formats to suit individual requirements.

 

All data is held on secure, dedicated servers with full back up facilities.

 

 

 

PAT Testing costs as little as 0.65p per item

 

Please see our prices page for more information on our price lists.

 

 

“Nearly a quarter of all
reportable electrical
accidents involve
portable equipment …”