Test & Tag Services
Alltest visit your workplace to ensure that electrical equipment when tested is safe for use. Our professional staff adhere to the highest service standards and all testing conducted is in accordance with Australian Standards AS/NZ 3760, WH&S 2012 and Workcover NSW. Alltest will notify you prior to your next due date to ensure that your electrical equipment is compliant.
Alltest Provide Testing and Tagging to All Industries.
- COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION
- COMMERCIAL CLEANING OPERATIONS
- HOTELS, MOTELS & HOSTELS
- NURSING HOMES AND SPECIALIST CARE PROVIDERS
- SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
- RETAIL STORES
- ALL OTHER WORKPLACES
- DOMESTIC SERVICE
ALLTEST PROVIDE AN EXTENSIVE RANGE OF TESTING PROCEDURES INCLUDING:
- ON SITE INSPECTION AND TESTING OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND APPLIANCES
- RCD TRIP TIME TESTING
- THREE PHASE EQUIPMENT TESTING
- MICROWAVE LEAKAGE TESTS
- ON SITE PLUG TOP REPLACEMENTS
- ALTEST PROVIDE AN ASSET REGISTER OF ALL EQUIPMENT TESTED AT NO EXTRA CHARGE
- ALTEST KEEP YOUR ASSET REGISTERS ON FILE FOR THE PRESCRIBED 7 YEARS
- ALTEST CAN PROVIDE DETAILED TEST CERTIFICATES FOR EACH APPLIANCE ON REQUEST
AFTER HOURS SERVICE
- ALLTEST CAN PROVIDE SERVICE OUTSIDE OF NORMAL BUSINESS WORKING HOURS TO BETTER FIT IN WITH YOUR WORKPLACE NEEDS.
AFTER SALES SERVICE
- OUR AFTER SALES SERVICE WILL FOLLOW UP ON NEXT TEST DUE DATES IN ADVANCE , TO ENSURE THAT THE CONDITION AND INTEGRITY OF YOUR EQUIPMENT IS ALWAYS COMPLIANT AND SAFE.
Our team can not only identify potential risks or problems but can help you address them efficiently and above all safely. We make a point of providing friendly and professional service at all times and provide after hours services where necessary.
If you have any queries or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact a member of our knowledgeable team. We will be happy to consult with you on your needs and provide an Electrical Testing and Tagging Solution that will make your workplace safer.
Why test & tag? What is electrical appliance testing?
In order to combat the injuries and deaths caused by electrocution and to help cut down on the number of destructive fires across Australia and New Zealand, the government insists on a process known as “test and tag.” This involves a comprehensive visual inspection and special testing of all in-service electrical equipment within a facility. Also the equipment must conform with the standards laid out in a published document, and all inspections need to take place on a prescribed basis. It’s important for you to check if your facility is required to conform with this legislation, and how often it needs to be done.
How Often Do You Need to Test and Tag?
Testing intervals vary by type of facility, site and /or environment and equipment.
For example, factories, workshops and other similar facilities must have their class I and class 2 equipment, cord sets, extension sets and epods tested every six months. However, a hotel or similar institution it is recommended to do this every two years. For residual current devices (RCDs), DEPENDING ON THE ENVIRONMENT A MONTHLY TRIP TIME TEST needs to be done. Reference should be made to the AS 5762 for full details.
Do You Need to Be an Electrician to Test and Tag?
According to the legislation, a competent, trained and qualified person is allowed to test and tag and need not be an electrician. They need to have the required theoretical and practical skills and should have gained these through training, qualification and experience. Each person will need to have an understanding of what’s involved, the dangers of electricity, the application requirements of the rules and any other state legislation. Whoever performs the tests will have to be competent in the use of the right calibrated equipment in order to correctly check for any internal fault.
Who Can Test and Tag Electrical Equipment?
In order to test and tag electrical equipment, you must have the required skill set, training, experience, and knowledge.The legislation stipulates that the tests must be done by a “certified competent person” who is able to perform a visual exam of portable electrical devices, can distinguish between double insulated and protective earth equipment and proceed accordingly. They must also be able to perform an earth continuity test on an appliance, carry out insulation resistance tests and test RCDs or safety switches. Consequently, they must know how to use the testing instruments and how to interpret the results, while applying the safety regulations and legislation to what they find.
How Much Should Testing and Tagging Cost?
Prices will vary according to the service provider. Some providers will have a minimum charge for any site visit, and it’s important to make sure that you understand the potential bill (to include reporting fees or travel costs) before work begins. To make sure you are getting the most appropriate services and results for your company, feel free to contact us on 0405 666 604 or email email@example.com.