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Electrical PAT Testing across Scotland
Portable Appliance Testing is a routine examination of your electrical appliances to ensure they are safe to use.
Hazards caused by faulty electrical appliances can be extremely dangerous and even life threatening, but they are preventable.
Employers and private landlords have a legal responsibility to keep your employees and tenants safe and PAT testing is one of the most effective ways to do this. PAT testing complies with The Housing (Scotland) Act of 2006 and Health and Safety at Work regulations.
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The test ensures electrical equipment is safe to use by checking for damage or malfunction. Any portable appliances including fridges, ovens, cookers, washing machines should be included in the inspection. Our fully qualified assessors will carry out a visual inspection and a more in-depth check using specialist equipment which tests continuity, lead polarity and insulation resistance checks.
PAT testing complies with the following regulations:
- The Housing (Scotland) Act of 2006
- Health and Safety Act of 1974
- Electricity at work Regulations of 1989
- Provision and Use of Work Equipment regulations of 1998
- Management of Health and Safety at Work regulations of 1999.
To ensure the safety of appliances and therefore tenants or employees is upheld, PAT tests must be carried out annually.
We cover the whole of Scotland and one for our staff from any one of our offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen & Inverness, can be on hand quickly to carry out electrical PAT testing for domestic or commercial needs.
Domestic PAT testing starts from £39
Commercial PAT tests start from only 59p per item.
PAT Testing FAQs
PAT testing is a vital part of electrical safety, to find out more view our PAT Testing FAQs
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Areas We Cover for Electrical PAT Testing
Energy Cert Scotland provide Electrical PAT Testing across the whole of Scotland. We operate from a number of offices, and our fully certified Electrical PAT Testing assessors can visit your location anywhere in Scotland.
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Electrical PAT Testing Assessor Visits
our accredited electrician will check all the portable appliances at your location.
Recieve Electrical PAT Testing Report
Your report will be sent to you via email. We aim to send them to you within 5 working days.
Call us today on 0330 350 1345 to arrange a visit from our accredited Electrical PAT Testing assessors
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PAT Testing FAQs
Waht is a PAT test?
Portable appliance testing (PAT) is an examination of electrical equipment to make sure they are safe to use. This consists of visual inspections and electrical testing of appliances.
Who can carry out a PAT test?
Although there is no legal qualification required, your PAT tester must be competent to test your electrical equipment.
What Kind of devices and appliances need PAT tests?
One of the big myths surrounding PAT is that we only have to test items with a plug. The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 requires PAT testing for all electrical 'Systems' at work and therefore the law does not differentiate between equipment with a plug and that which is wired directly to the supply.