Gallery – 110 volt extension leads

By |2020-01-20T21:09:54+00:00June 28th, 2013|Building sites / tools|

Dangerous Electrical Appliances In our day we come across many dangerous electrical appliances; we'd much rather we found them and disposed of or repaired them, than you use them and have an accident, these are some examples of what we come across. 110v Extension Lead - A Dangerous electrical appliance   We came across this extension lead in use [...]

Do landlords have to PAT test appliances?

By |2020-03-19T20:29:49+00:00June 28th, 2013|Landlords|

Do landlords have to PAT test appliances? Electrical Safety Warning for Landlords Electrical safety warning for Landlords from the ESC, about how they are exposing tenants to dangers from defective electrical systems.  Taken from Seaward The Electrical Safety Council (ESC) has warned that landlords are exposing millions of tenants to dangers and could face huge fines. The ESC found [...]

Faulty 110v adaptors that we’ve found on sites

By |2020-05-06T12:06:23+00:00June 21st, 2013|Building sites / tools|

PAT testers come across all kinds of potential 'accidents waiting to happen', many of which are found when we inspect site equipment - equipment using 110v adaptors. On a recent site visit, to a reputable company with a good safety record I came across a number of issues when inspecting 110v cables. PAT Testing of 110v equipment on or [...]

Do landlords need PAT Testing?

By |2020-04-06T21:01:38+00:00June 12th, 2013|Landlords|

Do landlords need PAT Testing? Landlords have been warned over exposing tenants to faulty electrical appliances One in five private tenants report electrical faults which are ignored or acted on too late by landlords, a charity claims. Faulty Electrical Appliances Landlords are exposing tenants to significant dangers by neglecting electrical safety, a new study claims. One in five private [...]

Do landlords need to PAT Test appliances?

By |2020-05-06T12:06:33+00:00June 12th, 2013|Landlords|

Do landlords need to PAT Test appliances? Landlords warned to check danger-alert electric goods Landlords have been advised to be super-vigilant about electrical products that they already have in their properties, plus any new ones they supply, such as fridge freezers, cookers and tumble dryers. Find out about our service for Landlords pat testing The warning comes after a [...]

How do I PAT Test a kettle?

By |2020-05-03T10:35:48+00:00June 12th, 2013|PAT Testing Info|

The video below shows you how to PAT Test a kettle. Note: we are not a training company and this information should not be used to learn or for educational purposes Class 1 Kettle PAT Testing A Kettle is a class 1 item, not only that but it is two separate items due to it's detachable base or lead. [...]

How to PAT test a computer monitor

By |2020-04-27T18:22:14+00:00June 12th, 2013|Safety in offices|

How to PAT test a computer monitor If you want to know how to PAT test a computer monitor you may find these videos helpful; they were made using Seaward 100 and 300 machines, which we used when the videos were recorded. They are home made videos, done using a camera phone.  They were filmed by our [...]

Safely PAT testing Computer Server Systems

By |2020-04-26T18:10:22+00:00June 12th, 2013|PAT Testing Info|

Computer Server Systems need careful management What is the biggest concern to any business when they have the PAT Testers in? Their Computer Servers being turned off.  When conducting PAT testing computer server systems the technician needs to be very vigilant and aware of the importance for the continual operation of a server system, so great care has [...]

PAT Testing Frequency – Helping you understand how often PAT Tests are needed

By |2020-04-27T18:22:43+00:00June 12th, 2013|PAT Testing Info|

PAT Testing Frequency PAT Testing frequency is a subject of much debate, and your opinion will differ somewhat dependent on your experience with electrical appliances, the type you use and the dangers you come across. Some people say portable appliances don’t ever need testing and others say they should be tested at least once a year whilst others suggest [...]