|Posted on 30 January, 2018 at 20:35|
Regular scheduled Testing and Tagging our electrical equipment is a key part of our risk management plan:
In almost all of our workplaces we use a wide variety of electrical equipment, whether it is a vacuum cleaner, a charger lead for an auto scrubber or the kettle in the office, we want the peace of mind that comes with knowing the equipment that we use is safe! Not only are we keeping our workforce safe, but we are prolonging the life of valuable and often expensive appliances and equipment. We also assure compliance with important government business safety regulations.
Here are four excellent reasons why testing and tagging our electrical equipment is at the top of our safety to-do list.
1. Help to identify potential electrical hazards
2. Stay up-to-date with our Safety Plan
3. Manage replacements efficiently
4. Ensure personal and equipment safety
Testing and tagging go hand in hand as the best way to make sure that our work sites are safe for everyone. It also helps us to identify any issues with equipment which then can be either resolved or removed early on.