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Peace of Mind Testing for your Appliances!

Williams Medical Supplies will implement all the correct testing intervals as stated in the 'Code of Practice for In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment' (as shown), reducing the overall costs to your business.

All our technicians use state-of-the-art equipment and hold the certificate in portable appliance testing, City & Guilds 2377-02, ensuring your equipment is tested to the very highest standard.

Call our team on 01685 845555 or complete our Enquiry Form to discuss your PAT Testing needs.

NON-MEDICAL PAT TESTING (PAT)

Our fully qualified technicians will work with you at each location to minimise disruption, and we can accommodate weekend working in some circumstances.  As a guide, IT equipment comprises four items due to the nature of the cabling in most installations.
 
Portable Appliance TestingList Price
Price per item tested99p

Out-of-hours working may incur additional fees.  Please discuss your requirements with us and we’ll be happy to help.  Microwave ovens require additional tests at a cost of £4.95.

PERIODIC ELECTRICAL TESTING (PET)

To comply with all legislation, we recommend that circuits are tested every five years.  Periodic Electrical Testing is sometimes referred to as an Electrical Inspection Condition Report.  If the inspection highlights remedial work that may be required, our partners will work with you and may quote.
 
Periodic Electrical TestingList Price
Price per circuit£12.95

These prices are based on at least of 30 circuits per site.  A minimum charge will apply for fewer than this. As mentioned, any remedial work required will be communicated to you in full.  It’s always your choice as to whether you ask our partners to quote for this work.
 

WHAT DO CQC SAY?

You are responsible for safely maintaining:
 
  • Any electrical equipment your employees use at work, whether it is their own or supplied by you jointly,
  • Any equipment used by your employees that is either leased (e.g. a photocopier) or provided by a contractor.
You are not responsible for equipment both provided and used by a contractor.

You need to check if any maintenance is needed periodically. How you do this depends on the type of equipment. If a risk is identified, then you need to take action to prevent or control that risk.

Source: Nigel's surgery 52: Portable appliance testing and calibrating medical equipment (10th August 2017)
 


 

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