When you need trusted electrical testing and tagging in Christchurch
A safe workplace is your first priority. As the employer, you have a duty of care to ensure the safety of employees. If someone is hurt from equipment or an appliance that hasn’t been tested and is found to be unsafe, you may be liable.
Engage the services of professional test and tag experts.
For electrical testing and tagging in Christchurch, you need Jim’s Test & Tag.
Our technicians specialise in the testing of all electrical equipment and appliances, to ensure they’re maintained in accordance with the latest federal standards.
What needs electrical testing and tagging in Christchurch?
As you look around the premises, you’ll find many different types of electrical equipment and appliances. At first glance they may look fine but on closer inspection it may reveal a breach in safety standards, such as the cord on an extension lead is badly frayed at one end.
This is just one example of equipment that needs testing and tagging.
Ultimately, any equipment that connects to the electricity supply needs testing and tagging.
This includes equipment and appliances that are:
- New and being used for the first time
- Already in use
- Returned to service after repairing or servicing
- Acquired from a second hand shop
- Hired for temporary use
Specifically, this means testing:
- All electrical equipment
- All electrical extension leads, power boards, power points
- RCDs (safety switches)
- Portable RCDs
- All electrical appliances in the kitchen
- and more
To do this you need experts with the correct testing equipment.
Jim’s Test & Tag perform regular professional inspection, testing, and maintenance of all electrical equipment at intervals set out in the AS/NZS3760 Standard.
To make it easy for your business operations, we can visit your workplace anytime it suits you.
Always play it safe by using Jim’s Test & Tag
For the best electrical testing and tagging in Christchurch and across New Zealand, you can rely on Jim’s Test & Tag, electrical professionals using certified equipment for electrical testing and tagging.
Don’t put it off.