Construction has it's own unique conditions and environment in terms of treatment of electrical appliances, tools, leads and cords. As such this category has a more rigorous testing requirement.
To reduce the risk to workers in construction, electrical test and tag, or PAT testing is required every 3 months. This includes but not limited to Builders, Plumbers, Concrete layers, Brick layers, Plasterers, Roofers, Scaffold workers and Painters.Find out about test and tag for building/construction related trades
Despite being a lower risk than the likes of the construction industry, Factories, Warehouses and Offices all have an element and varying Workplace risk for electrical appliances and tools. Even the humble computer leads are prone to bending, tripping and burning risks. It is widely accepted that the test and tag process is the most efficient and reliable form of ensuring your workplace is safe from electrical harm.
Let the specialists at Kadec find those appliances at risk.
At Kadec Test and Tag, we specialise in servicing Hotels and Motels. While they appear to be a lower risk workplace, they are in fact a more hostile environment to some electrical appliances than a typical office. Not only are they a workplace, but guests also use the appliances and in our experiences can treat your assets with disregard. Employee as well as guest safety is a major factor in assessing your accommodation workplace safety management systems.