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Electrical Testing & Tagging

The Electrical Safety regulations specifies what measures you should take to ensure electrical safety in your workplace.  One of these measures is the electrical testing and tagging of portable electrical equipment and the regulations refer to the Standard for guidance on how to implement these safety measures.

As part of our test and tag process, CFR technicians complete both a comprehensive Visual Test and Electrical Test on your appliances before they are deemed safe.

A visual inspection is conducted by our technicians and involves a comprehensive inspection of flexible supply cord, plug, appliance and socket. Covers and guards are checked to make sure they are attached. The appliances are checked for rattles indicating the presence of small foreign objects that may interfere with the safety of the appliance, and class 2 appliances are checked for deep engraving which may impact on the insulation of the appliance.

 Because of their efficient systems and economies of scale our team of qualified electricians will be able to efficiently and safely test and tag all your businesses electrical equipment so as to get your organisation compliant to the standard before it lapses

The following electrical tests are required to be completed on the appropriate equipment

  • Insulation Resistance
  • Leakage Current Testing
  • Polarity
  • Earth Resistance

The team can also take the hassle out of your Test and Tag requirements from this day forwards by utilising our systems and processes to automatically contact you to schedule in the next test and tag before it is due, so that compliance is never a stress again.

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Sparky Tip 1

Keep an eye on the lights

Flickering lights could mean your electrical panel needs to be repaired or replaced, or that you have too many appliances plugged into one circuit. Don’t ignore this issue. Because your safety is our first priority.


Sparky Tip 2

Ground older appliances

Older appliances could have grounding issues that might put you at risk for a shock. Ensure all of your appliances have three-pronged plugs that can properly connect to a grounded outlet.

Sparky Tip 3

When Should I Hire an Electrician?

Electrical work is inherently dangerous. Professional electricians receive years of training and on-the-job experience before the state grants them a license. Use discretion when attempting your own electrical work.

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