EICR) involves the testing of electrical services and systems that conduct electricity around a building. It covers all of the hard wiring in a building and includes items such as fuse boards, lighting outlets, switches, socket outlets, etc and details and observed damage, deterioration, defects, dangerous conditions and any non-compliances with the present-day safety standard that might give rise to danger
Once the power down assessment has taken place this will form part of our RAMS (Risk Assessment/Method Statement) along with details of other risks such as working at height, PPE , Safe isolation, Fire Safety, First Aid, Manual Handling, Trip Hazards, Waste, Electric Shock etc etc. Our Electricians carry with them at all times a Health & Safety handbook detailing these risks.
Prior to attending site our Electricians follow a Method Statement detailing the works to be carried out and associated risks along with details of the power down. Whilst working on site our Electricians also complete a risk assessment log of measures taken while on site.
Immediate remedial action required
Urgent remedial action required
It is recommended that periodic inspection and testing is carried out at the following times:
Chapter 62 – 622 Frequency of Inspection and Testing
At the Electrotechnical Awards 2013 White Testing won ‘Best Customer Service’ for our online portal for clients.
Our Technicians complete via an ipad the report, then post immediately, via the internet, to our online admin system where the data is checked and made available to our client via their own login. The interactive system allows the client to view specific data quickly without having to wade through pages and pages of a report to get to the section they want. See pictures of system & some pages below ‘website screenshots’
To access the PAT Reporting System please click on the following link: PAT System
To access the EICR Reporting System please click on the following link: EICR System