Electrical Testing and Fault Finding

Peter George Electrical Contractors has provided high quality, efficient and unobtrusive PAT testing and electrical inspections to clients in and around West Dorset and East Devon for many years. Regular inspections are the best way to protect your people form electrical accidents and to stay in full compliance with all applicable regulations and standards.

PAT Testing

electrical testing certificatesAnnual PAT testing ensures that all of the appliances an electrical devices in your office or place of work are safe to use and free from potential hazards. Not only does it help prevent electrical fires and equipment failure, it gives you peace of mind that none of the equipment you rely on every day has not developed any dangerous faults.

Full compliance with The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations of 1999, The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations of 1998, The Electricity at Work Regulations of 1989 and the Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974 require all businesses, even very small ones, to ensure that their electrical equipment and appliances are safely maintained.

The UK Health and Safety Executive and most insurers have identified regular, preferably annual, PAT testing as the best way to stay compliant with all applicable regulations and standards.

Electrical Fault Finding Inspections

Today’s electrical systems are complicated. Whether your premises are primarily residential, commercial, industrial or agricultural, there could be existing problems that you are unaware of, or weaknesses that should be found and addressed before they cause failure or disaster.

We can conduct:

  • periodic inspections
  • fixed wire tests
  • electrical tests

…and provide you with safety certification suitable for insurance purposes.

If your electricals are more than 10 years old, you owe it to yourself, your family or your employees to consider annual electrical inspection and preventative maintenance.

Regular inspections:

  • Ensure the safety of everyone on the premises
  • Helps prevent fire and equipment failure
  • Ensures your electrical systems are in compliance with all codes and standards
  • Can help with any later insurance claims