Electrical Compliance Auditing
Electrical Compliance Auditing Wollongong and Nowra
Optimising Your Operations
Each detailed Electrical Audit Report is carried out in accordance with the Australian Standards 3000:2007 wiring rules, NSW Service Rules 2006 (Level 2 Contestable Work), Emergency Evacuation Lighting AS2293.1:1998 and the WH&S Regualtion 2011.
Our Electrical Audit Reports include Matrix ratings for both the condition and energy efficiency of the individual components tested to assist with asset management.
• Asset inventory reporting
• Condition reporting
• Electrical upgrade / efficiency proposals
• CAD diagrams
Appliance Test and Tag
Test n’ Tag Wollongong and Nowra
D.Frame Electrical offer Test and Tagging, which is the name given to the process of checking the safety of portable electrical appliances.
It involves two parts: first visually inspecting the appliance for any damage, followed by electrically testing it with a Portable Appliance Tester.
Once tested, the item is placed with a tag to confirm that it has in fact been tested, along with showing who tested it, the test date and when the next test is due.
The primary reason behind doing testing and tagging is to ensure the safety of the people in the workplace coming into contact with the appliance, while also minimising the risk of an electrical hazard.
What type of equipment is tested and tagged?
In short, any device that has a flexible cable, a removable plug and is not low voltage (not exceeding 50V). This includes extension leads, cord sets and portable RCD’s.
Generally, electrical appliances can be classed as either:
Class I – this is an earthed appliance i.e. kettles, irons and toasters
Class II – double insulated appliances, which are usually identified with a symbol (a square within a square) or with the words ‘Double Insulated’ i.e. most electric drills and hair dryers
How often should appliances be tested and tagged?
The Australian Standards recommend particular test n tag frequencies based on the type of environment the appliance resides in. Sometimes, this might differ depending on a workplaces individual risk assessment.
If you require testing and tagging for your business, give your local Commercial Electrician specialists – D.Frame Electrical a call today.