Let’s start with the formalities:
If you are working on a building site using electric tools then you need to ensure they are safe. Whilst there’s not much we can do if a bulldozer drives over your drill or a JCB cuts the cable to your inspection lamp we can do our best to check your wiring is safe and your equipment won’t cause any damage if it’s in the correct condition.
Such as battery chargers for drills, 230v extension leads, radios – those items that fit into the power using a standard plug
These items should be tested at least once every 12 months, however, if you’re getting your 110v equipment tested every 3 months perhaps you’ll want these doing at the same time.
110v electrical appliances used on a construction site should have a formal inspection from a PAT Tester every 3 months, with the addition of a formal visual inspection every month – we can do the formal inspection for you but a competent person on your site could do this easily for you – we can even supply you with a list of the necessary checks to make.
A 110v appliance is distinguished with the easy to see yellow cable and adaptor: