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Professional Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) Service

Ensuring Electrical Safety in Your Workplace

At AG Site Solutions, we offer a professional Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) service to ensure the electrical safety of your workplace. Our team of qualified and experienced engineers will carry out thorough testing on all of your electrical appliances, providing you with the peace of mind that your equipment is safe and compliant with the latest regulations.

What is PAT testing?

PAT testing is a legal requirement for businesses and organisations that use electrical equipment. It involves checking that all electrical appliances are safe to use and meet the minimum safety standards set out in the Electricity at Work Regulations.

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Why choose AG Site Solutions
for your PAT testing needs?

  • Expertise: Our team consists of qualified and experienced technicians who possess the necessary knowledge and skills to conduct thorough PAT
  • Comprehensive Testing: We conduct both visual inspections and electrical tests to identify any defects, damage, or unsafe conditions in your electrical
  • Compliance: We ensure that your electrical appliances comply with relevant regulations and standards, providing you with peace of mind and legal compliance
  • Flexibility: We offer flexible scheduling options to minimize disruption to your operations or daily routines, including out-of-hours testing services
  • Efficiency: Our efficient testing process is designed to minimize downtime and inconvenience while ensuring thorough and accurate results.
  • Detailed Reporting: You will receive detailed reports of our findings, including any issues identified during the testing process and recommendations for corrective actions.

Our PAT testing service includes

  • Visual Inspection: We conduct a visual inspection of each electrical appliance to check for any visible signs of damage, wear, or defects.
  • Electrical Testing: We perform a series of electrical tests, including earth continuity, insulation resistance, and polarity checks, using calibrated testing equipment.
  • Identification of Issues: Any issues identified during the testing process are documented in our reports, along with recommendations for repair or replacement.
  • Certification: Upon successful completion of PAT testing, we provide you with a certificate of compliance for your records.
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Types of Environments We Serve:

  • Offices
  • Retail Stores
  • Schools and Educational Institutions
  • Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities
  • Hotels and Hospitality Establishments
  • Residential Properties

Contact Us Today:

Ensure the safety and compliance of your electrical appliances with our reliable PAT testing services. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or learn more about how we can assist you with your PAT testing needs.

We understand that every business is unique, which is why we tailor our PAT testing service to meet your specific needs. We offer flexible appointment times to minimise disruption to your business and ensure a smooth and efficient testing process.Contact us today to find out more about our PAT testing service and how we can help you ensure the electrical safety of your workplace.

Frequently asked questions

What is PAT testing, and why is it important?

PAT testing, short for Portable Appliance Testing, is a process of inspecting and testing electrical appliances to ensure they are safe for use. It's essential for preventing electrical accidents, complying with regulations, and maintaining a safe environment.

How often should PAT testing be carried out?

The frequency of PAT testing depends on factors such as the type of appliance, its environment, and its intended use. Generally, appliances should be tested periodically, with intervals ranging from every 3 months to every 5 years.

Who can perform PAT testing?

PAT testing should be carried out by competent individuals with the necessary knowledge, skills, and equipment to conduct thorough inspections and tests. This may include qualified electricians or PAT testing specialists.

Who is responsible for PAT testing?

The responsibility for PAT testing typically falls on employers, landlords, or individuals who own or manage electrical appliances in workplaces, rental properties, or residential settings.

What does PAT testing involve?

PAT testing involves a combination of visual inspections and electrical tests to check for defects, damage, or unsafe conditions in electrical appliances. This process helps identify potential hazards and ensures appliances meet safety standards.

Are there any legal requirements for PAT testing?

While there is no specific legal requirement for PAT testing, regulations such as the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 mandate that employers ensure the safety of electrical appliances in the workplace.