Electrical Appliance Test & Tag Services
Safety Master Appliance Test and Tag services provides a quality service for peace of mind to businesses and home owners alike.
Fully qualified electrician and Nationally certified with over 30 years experience in the electrical, air conditioning & facilities management industries.
The latest testing equipment is used to ensure that the Australian Standards are fully complied with.
Why is Test & Tag required?
WHS regulations in your state or territory specify measures you are to 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 Australian Standard for guidance on how to implement these safety measures.
The current Australian standard, AS/NZS 3760:2010 specifies the test and tag required to be conducted by a competent person in order to confirm the electrical safety of portable electrical appliances.
Safety Master services all types of businesses including:
Aged Care & Retirement Villages
Hotels & Motels
Hospitals, Medical Clinics, Dentists
Universities, Schools & Childcare Centres
Offices & Warehouses
Pubs and Clubs
Restaurants & Cafes
Workshops & Factories
and more ...
Safety Master provides a wide range of electrical testing services including:
Visual inspection of all equipment
Earth circuit test
Repairs where necessary
Safety Master employs fully qualified, trained Technicians who attend ongoing Training Courses to keep them up-to-date in the Industry.
What is the Electrical Safety Standard?
AS/NZS 3760:2010 is an Electrical Safety Standard in Australia that specifies the safety inspection and maintenance standards. This includes the safety inspection for test and tag of single and multi-phase (240v - 415v) portable electrical equipment, and, machinery connected to supply by flexible cord which is currently in-service, returning to service, available for re-sale or hire.
Inspection and retesting intervals can range from daily, monthly, 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, 2 years and up to 5 yearly testing schedules.
AS/NZS 3760:2010 also includes the inspection and testing specifications for RCD’s (Residual Current Device).