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  • Electrical PAT Testing in Manchester, London, Cornwall, UK | Portable Appliance Testing
    Number of Items One 20moment 20please Please 20fill 20in 20all 20the 20required 20fields Please 20double check 20your 20verification 20code Electrical PAT Testing HT PAT Testing specialise in Portable Appliance Testing As a registered NICEIC contractor we guarantee that you will be provided with the highest quality service available at an extremely competitive price With many years of experience in the electronic and electrical industries we ensure that your tests are completed safely and accurately Every plug will be opened and inspected checking for the correct wiring making sure that all terminals are secured and that the correct fuse type is fitted All appliances will then be tested with the most advanced calibrated test equipment available Upon completion of the PAT testing procedure you will be promptly provided with a certificate and detailed test results in any format you require Valued Customers Based in Greater Manchester and Cornwall we have a client base that spans the UK Our range of clients includes the NHS schools hotels restaurants government offices and construction sites Our PAT testing service is available in pretty much any type of environment and so to become one of our valued customers please get in touch to discuss our service and receive a free no obligation quote based on upon your specific requirements Health and Safety Compliance We help to ensure that your company is in compliance with health and safety legislation and insurance requirements Portable Appliance Testing is essential to the safety of your employees the public and your business Our electrical PAT tests carried out under the IEE code of practice for in service inspection and testing of electrical equipment and HSE guidelines PAT Testing Throughout the UK With offices located in Oldham Greater Manchester and Falmouth in Cornwall we are able to provide a PAT testing

    Original URL path: http://www.htpattesting.co.uk/ (2016-02-15)
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  • PAT Test Company in Manchester, London, Cornwall, UK | PAT Testers
    test company offers a wide range of services to our customers including PAT testing fixed wire testing emergency lighting and fire protection We cover all types of buildings and businesses such as domestic industrial supermarkets offices football stadiums and many more Partnership Our company was formed in 2009 by partners Neil Hampton and Christopher Thompson with the aim of offering the best health and safety services available for an unbeatable price We firmly believe in providing our customers with a first class service through communication punctuality professionalism and honesty Accreditations and Training In order to provide a first class service we are continually maintaining and adding to our accreditations HT PAT Testing are a member of the British Safety Council a NICEIC registered contractor and are currently completing the Safe Contractor assessment Training is paramount to the safety of our clients and the success of our business which is why our engineers undergo extensive technical and health and safety training All of our engineers are City and Guilds qualified carry advanced disclosure certificates from the CRB CSCS cards for access to construction sites and have achieved the BSC level 1 Award in Health and Safety at Work Please Contact Us

    Original URL path: http://www.htpattesting.co.uk/about-ht/index.html (2016-02-15)
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  • What is PAT Testing?
    maintained and safe for use within the appropriate environment according to the manufacturer specifications PAT testing is completed in compliance with the IEE code of practice and HSE guidelines and involves a visual inspection to check the appliance casing and flex for wear or damage Plugs are also checked for damage correct wiring and ensuring that the correct fuse rating is used After the equipment has passed a visual inspection it will undergo a series of electrical tests using a fully calibrated electrical PAT tester A label will be attached to each appliance indicating the test results any item failing the tests will be easily identifiable and should be removed from service until repaired Detailed test results are generated and compiled for each electrical appliance and stored in our database An appliance register certificate and detailed test results are provided and should be retained for future reference Maintain Electrical Safety The law does not state that PAT testing must be carried out although it does state that the workplace must be electrically safe Government guidelines state that PAT testing is the best way to ensure electrical safety Some insurance companies will reject a claim should it be proven that a

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  • Why PAT Testing | HT PAT Testing
    are safely maintained and suitable for the environment in which they are used This involves periodic planned inspection and testing of portable appliances to meet all required standards and regulations The Electricity at Work Regulations states that it is a legal requirement that employers maintain their electrical systems at work to prevent any danger Health And Safety Legislation The legislation of specific relevance to electrical maintenance is the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 the Workplace Health Safety and Welfare Regulations 1992 and the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 puts the duty of care upon both the employer and the employee to ensure the safety of all persons using the work premises This includes the self employed The IEE Code of Practice for In Service Inspection and Testing of Equipment sets out the standard to which each appliance is comprehensively tested It is recommended that you use the latest computerised PAT testing equipment or hire a professional company which can offer you this service All portable appliances will need testing such as

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  • What is PAT Testing? | HT PAT Testing
    effectively maintained and safe for use within the appropriate environment according to the manufacturer specifications PAT testing is completed in compliance with the IEE code of practice and HSE guidelines and involves a visual inspection to check the appliance casing and flex for wear or damage Plugs are also checked for damage correct wiring and ensuring that the correct fuse rating is used After the equipment has passed a visual inspection it will undergo a series of electrical tests using a fully calibrated electrical PAT tester A label will be attached to each appliance indicating the test results any item failing the tests will be easily identifiable and should be removed from service until repaired Detailed test results are generated and compiled for each electrical appliance and stored in our database An appliance register certificate and detailed test results are provided and should be retained for future reference Maintain Electrical Safety The law does not state that PAT testing must be carried out although it does state that the workplace must be electrically safe Government guidelines state that PAT testing is the best way to ensure electrical safety Some insurance companies will reject a claim should it be proven that

    Original URL path: http://www.htpattesting.co.uk/services/pat-testing/what-is-pat-testing/index.html (2016-02-15)
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  • What Needs Testing | HT PAT Testing
    below are some classification examples and the applied testing Each appliance will undergo a thorough visual inspection to check the correct fuse type is fitted and to ensure that there are no signs of damage to the flex casing or plug Class 1 This equipment includes toasters kettles irons microwaves fridge freezers heaters etc These items require an earth continuity test insulation resistance test and a protective earth conductor current test Class 2 This equipment includes some stereo equipment televisions lamps vacuum cleaners etc These items require an insulation resistance test and touch current test Information technology equipment IT includes computers telecommunications monitors printers etc These items require an earth continuity test and an insulation resistance test Extension leads and detachable cables such as an IEC lead are classed as a separate item and require an earth continuity test an insulation resistance test and a polarity test Hand held equipment includes appliance intended to be held in the hand during normal use drills hair dryers etc Most of these appliances are class 2 but occasionally can be class 1 Microwave Leakage Test In addition to the electrical test a microwave radiation leakage test is highly recommended the doors are checked

    Original URL path: http://www.htpattesting.co.uk/services/pat-testing/what-needs-testing/index.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Who is Responsible | HT PAT Testing
    it is provided only used in the place and under the provisions for which it is provided It also requires every employer to ensure work equipment be efficiently maintained and kept fit and suitable for its intended purpose It must not be allowed to deteriorate in function or performance to such a level that it puts people at risk This means that regular routine and planned maintenance regimes must be considered if hazardous problems can arise Penalties Fines for non compliance issued by the Magistrate Court are up to 20 000 The Crown Court can issue an unlimited fine or 2 years imprisonment A high proportion of fires injuries and even deaths in the workplace are caused by faulty appliances The risk assessment must cover all electrical equipment Regulations The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 states that As may be necessary to prevent danger all systems shall be maintained to prevent so far as reasonably practicable such danger Electrical equipment includes anything used intended to be used or installed for use to generate provide transmit transform rectify convert conduct distribute control store measure or use electrical energy Portable Appliance Testing Portable appliance testing is a major contributor to ensuring the

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  • Legal Requirements | HT PAT Testing
    legal duty to provide a safe working environment for their employees visitors and or any contractors who visit their site The safety of your employees and visitors is largely in your control and you as the employer has a legal duty to prevent any harm coming to either party Ensuring that all electrical equipment used in the workplace is fully maintained and for that reason these compliance checks are in place PAT Testing Helps Ensure Safety Portable appliance testing PAT Testing is a major contributor to ensuring safety at all times and will enable your business to comply with the legal standards Failure to implement a program of regular appliance testing can lead to serious consequences as well as affecting your insurance policies Insurance Guidelines Most insurance companies will assume that the owners of a business are compliant with all relevant laws and regulations These insurers are fully entitled to reduce delay or even refuse to pay on a claim for damage caused by a portable appliance that has not been PAT tested A high proportion of fires injuries and even deaths in the workplace are caused by faulty electrical appliances The risk assessment must cover all electrical equipment Fines

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