Wherever there are electrical appliances, there is risk, which is why testing and tagging electrical appliances at the workplace is critical. As an employer, it’s [...]
As you'll know already, when you’re in business you're legally required to ensure all equipment at your place of work is electrically safe and maintained [...]
There can be several reasons why your RCD keeps tripping. By nature, an RCD is a safety switch. It works by continually monitoring the electrical current. If it detects a fault in the circuit, it responds by shutting down the flow of electricity. This helps protect anyone who may come in contact with that fault.
The Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA) reminds every business that they have a responsibility to ensure the health and safety of workers, [...]
Every home and business should use RCDs, but what does that mean? In case you didn't know, RCD stands for residual current device. It's another [...]
It’s worth knowing exactly what Test and Tag colours mean and what has been tested and how often the testing and tagging needs to be [...]
There’s more to appliance safety than you think Any appliance can be a health risk and there is more than one reason why. Appliance safety [...]
Test and Tag intervals vary from industry to industry, workplace to workplace and depend on what equipment is being used and where. That’s already enough to confuse most people. The trouble is, there is a lot on the line. You need to know you have the very best when it comes to testing and tagging.
Many people ask, how much does testing and tagging cost? If you don’t have proper and professional testing and tagging, it could cost someone’s life. There are not many things that are more dangerous than electricity.
Fire can be an unexpected and unforgiving visitor to your workplace or home. Planning for an outbreak of a fire is crucial to having your defence and safety ensured. Too many people are left without a fire safety plan or never ask what should a fire safety plan include? That’s why you need the help of true Fire Safety professionals who can best help you prepare for the worst.