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  • What do I need?
    Bury St Edmunds Lowestoft Felixstowe Sudbury Haverhill Bungay Surrey Guildford Croydon Woking Sutton Kingston on Thames Wimbledon Sussex Chichester Brighton Worthing Crawley Hastings Eastbourne Horsham Warwickshire Warwick Birmingham Coventry Nuneaton Rugby Solihull Stratford upon Avon Wiltshire Trowbridge Salisbury Swindon Chippenham Devizes Marlborough Warminster Worcestershire Worcester Dudley Kidderminster Stourbridge Halesowen Malvern Evesham Yorkshire North Riding Northallerton Middlesbrough Scarborough Whitby East Riding Beverley Hull Bridlington Driffield Hornsea Filey West Riding Wakefield Leeds Sheffield Bradford Halifax Harrogate York South Wales Cardiff Newport Swansea Neath North Wales North London South London East London West London Central London Home PAT Testing Courses PAT Testing Quiz PAT Testing Basics Which Course What do we need Contact Us Okay get your pen and paper because you need to create a shopping list Whilst PAT Testing requires a good level of common sense and attention to detail you will also need to be equipped to carry out the role safely and efficiently Getting yourself set up correctly at this stage will save you time effort and money in the long term So where do we start Training PAT Testing Training It doesn t matter what PAT Testing equipment you buy if you don t know how to use it or how to interpret the results it gives you you won t be doing the correctly or safely It is important that before you invest in any PAT Testing equipment you go through the right level of training This should include the following Risk Assessment The Law Regulation Code of Practice and Best Practice Inspection User Checks Formal Visual Inspection Combined Inspection Tests Earth Continuity Insulation Resistance Polarity Current Leakage Substitute Leakage Touch Current Dielectric Strength Flash Functional Check Interpreting Results Recording Results Labels Frequency of Inspection Testing PAT Testing Equipment Once you know what you are doing you

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  • Risk Assessment
    Malvern Evesham Yorkshire North Riding Northallerton Middlesbrough Scarborough Whitby East Riding Beverley Hull Bridlington Driffield Hornsea Filey West Riding Wakefield Leeds Sheffield Bradford Halifax Harrogate York South Wales Cardiff Newport Swansea Neath North Wales North London South London East London West London Central London Home PAT Testing Courses PAT Testing Quiz PAT Testing Basics Which Course What do we need Contact Us Download here Whilst there is risk associated with all work environments some are much higher risk than others For example the chances of personal injury or damage to property is greater in a steel fabrication workshop than it is in an office This isn t normally due to negligence but due to the use of equipment with blades hot work water or chemicals When we consider Risk Assessments we are concerned with ensuring staff and visitors are safe but what about the electrical equipment being used Your appliances are subject to the same harsh environment as you and they can suffer the same kinds of damage as you Therefore we have guidelines for in service inspection testing of electrical equipment PAT Testing in harsh environments to ensure we discover any potential issues before they cause any harm For information regarding how often appliances need to be inspected and tested please click here Higher risk environments include Construction sites Workshops Industrial kitchens Equipment used by the public Extra attention needs to be paid to physical damage to appliances so it is important your staff are trained to complete User Checks on a regular basis Whilst the PAT Tester will complete a Formal Visual Inspection periodically your staff should keep watching for damage as it occurs throughout the year and report any defects to the Duty Holder Higher risk appliances include Hand held Portable up to 18kg and easily moved Movable up to 18kg and bulkier in nature possibly with wheels or castors Extension leads Appliance risk increases with the harshness of the environment construction of the appliance frequency of use and proximity of the equipment user to the appliance when in use Risk Assessments have become commonplace in the workplace and are an essential guide for Duty Holders to identify potential risks and hazards which may affect their staff and premises By identifying risks and their associated hazards we can change our working practices or equipment to bring the risks down to an acceptable level The law does not expect you to eliminate all risk but you are required to protect people as far as reasonably practicable When we are looking at electrical equipment we need to ensure you and your staff are safe at all times and you comply with the law with a minimum of fuss There are many way to assess risks in the workplace but we believe the HSE Health Safety Executive method is the most straightforward for most organisations We suggest you download the Five steps to risk assessment leaflet below and carry out the 5 simple steps before you undertake a PAT Testing

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  • Priory Training Academy - Blog
    Dorset Dorchester Poole Weymouth Sherborne Wimborne Minster Shaftesbury Essex Chelmsford Basildon Romford Southend Colchester Harlow Brentwood West Ham Gloucestershire Gloucester Bristol Cheltenham Stroud Cirencester Tewkesbury Hampshire Winchester Southampton Portsmouth Bournemouth Basingstoke Newport Herefordshire Hereford Ross on Wye Leominster Ledbury Bromyard Kington Hertfordshire Hertford Watford St Albans Hemel Hempstead Stevenage Huntingdonshire Huntingdon St Ives St Neots Ramsey Yaxley Kent Maidstone Canterbury Bromley Rochester Margate Folkestone Dover Greenwich Lancashire Lancaster Liverpool Manchester Preston Bolton Warrington Leicestershire Leicester Loughborough Melton Mowbray Coalville Lutterworth Lincolnshire Lincoln Grimsby Scunthorpe Boston Grantham Middlesex Norfolk Norwich Great Yarmouth King s Lynn Dereham Cromer Hunstanton Northamptonshire Northampton Peterborough Corby Kettering Wellingborough Nottinghamshire Nottingham Mansfield Worksop Newark Retford Southwell Oxfordshire Oxford Banbury Witney Bicester Henley on Thames Carterton Thame Rutland Oakham Uppingham Cottesmore Shropshire Shrewsbury Telford Oswestry Whitchurch Market Drayton Ludlow Somerset Taunton Bath Weston super Mare Yeovil Bridgwater Wells Glastonbury Staffordshire Stafford Stoke on Trent Wolverhampton Walsall Cannock Lichfield Suffolk Ipswich Bury St Edmunds Lowestoft Felixstowe Sudbury Haverhill Bungay Surrey Guildford Croydon Woking Sutton Kingston on Thames Wimbledon Sussex Chichester Brighton Worthing Crawley Hastings Eastbourne Horsham Warwickshire Warwick Birmingham Coventry Nuneaton Rugby Solihull Stratford upon Avon Wiltshire Trowbridge Salisbury Swindon Chippenham Devizes Marlborough Warminster Worcestershire Worcester Dudley Kidderminster

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  • Extended PAT Testing Quiz - Test your PAT knowledge for free
    Bradford Halifax Harrogate York South Wales Cardiff Newport Swansea Neath North Wales North London South London East London West London Central London Home PAT Testing Courses PAT Testing Quiz PAT Testing Basics Which Course What do we need Contact Us First of all thank you for taking an interest in In service Inspection Testing of Electrical Equipment PAT Testing As an industry PAT Testing has a bad name as it has been damaged by too many cowboy contractors both large and small leaving customers and potential customers with doubt over the quality of service they are buying into The quality of workmanship is generally very poor as the engineer doesn t understand what is actually required of them By attempting this extended PAT Testing Quiz you will have an understanding of the scope of PAT Testing the details which must be observed during the Formal Visual Inspection and the technical skill required to carry out electrical testing safely User Check Formal Visual Inspection Contrary to popular belief the most important parts of the PAT Testing process are the User Check an external check of the socket outlet and appliance to be carried out by the user of the equipment on a regular basis and the Formal Visual Inspection a detailed inspection of the socket outlet plug fuse flex and appliance to be carried out by trained and competent personnel See how much you know about the inspection process Appliance Testing Although most modern PAT Testing equipment is very good and capable of carrying out the majority of the tests required it is still up to the Inspector to identify specific information about the appliance prior to carrying out the tests Failure to do so could result in incorrect results being displayed The test data also needs to be interpreted to

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  • Class I non-sensitive
    Rochester Margate Folkestone Dover Greenwich Lancashire Lancaster Liverpool Manchester Preston Bolton Warrington Leicestershire Leicester Loughborough Melton Mowbray Coalville Lutterworth Lincolnshire Lincoln Grimsby Scunthorpe Boston Grantham Middlesex Norfolk Norwich Great Yarmouth King s Lynn Dereham Cromer Hunstanton Northamptonshire Northampton Peterborough Corby Kettering Wellingborough Nottinghamshire Nottingham Mansfield Worksop Newark Retford Southwell Oxfordshire Oxford Banbury Witney Bicester Henley on Thames Carterton Thame Rutland Oakham Uppingham Cottesmore Shropshire Shrewsbury Telford Oswestry Whitchurch Market Drayton Ludlow Somerset Taunton Bath Weston super Mare Yeovil Bridgwater Wells Glastonbury Staffordshire Stafford Stoke on Trent Wolverhampton Walsall Cannock Lichfield Suffolk Ipswich Bury St Edmunds Lowestoft Felixstowe Sudbury Haverhill Bungay Surrey Guildford Croydon Woking Sutton Kingston on Thames Wimbledon Sussex Chichester Brighton Worthing Crawley Hastings Eastbourne Horsham Warwickshire Warwick Birmingham Coventry Nuneaton Rugby Solihull Stratford upon Avon Wiltshire Trowbridge Salisbury Swindon Chippenham Devizes Marlborough Warminster Worcestershire Worcester Dudley Kidderminster Stourbridge Halesowen Malvern Evesham Yorkshire North Riding Northallerton Middlesbrough Scarborough Whitby East Riding Beverley Hull Bridlington Driffield Hornsea Filey West Riding Wakefield Leeds Sheffield Bradford Halifax Harrogate York South Wales Cardiff Newport Swansea Neath North Wales North London South London East London West London Central London Home PAT Testing Courses PAT Testing Quiz PAT Testing Basics Which Course What do we need Contact Us If you have got to this part of the process there is an assumption that you know what you are doing The following actions are designed to test the safety features built into the appliance so test currents and test voltages are used Before carrying out any electrical testing you must be competent in using the test equipment safely and effectively Please ensure you have familiarised yourself with the test equipment and read the instructions carefully The test process shown below is based upon the Kewtech KT71 but other test equipment broadly follows the same process Carry

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