Want to keep your workplace and business safe for you customers and staff?

Test and Tag service available from Rockingham I.T. SolutionsOH&S legislation imposes a duty of care to provide a safe workplace.
Failure to ensure the safety of electrical equipment may result in the death or injury of yourself, your employees or others. To discharge your duty of care you are required to reduce the risk of electrical shock as far as practicable. One method of achieving this is to ensure your tools, leads and appliances are tested for electrical fault on a regular basis.
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How Often Do I Need My Equipment Tested?
In order to comply with the latest Government Legislation, Rockingham IT Solutions can test and tag ALL APPLIANCES within your place of work, appliances need to be Tested and Tagged regularly to adhere to and comply with the current Australian Standards AS/NZS 3760: 2003
Frequency of Inspection
Every place of work is different and so is the frequency of Testing. It all depends on the environment in which the Appliances are being used.
For example; if your place of work is a combination of a warehouse environment with a separate office environment which is well maintained with all The office appliance leads off the floor, the retest date for offices may extend for a period of up to a year. All appliances used in a more hazardous environment like the warehouse or in a kitchen or any portable appliances where the lead is subject to flexing in the normal mode of operation like;
power boards, extension leads, power supplies, laptops and laptop power supplies; these appliances may need testing once every three months.Following on from the Testing Procedure, records must be kept whilst the Appliance is in service, up till when the Appliance has been re-tested or until the Appliance has been removed from service.
The records must indicate the name of the person who tested the Appliance, when it was tested, if it passed or failed, then when it is due to be re-tested. These details are usually on a label attached to the Appliance as well as provided on the written reports.