If you’re a business owner, you will know that the list of things that you’re expected to monitor in your commercial building can seem neverending. While some of these things may be solely aesthetic and don’t have a timeframe as such, like changing the colour of your office’s walls, or installing new cupboards in the canteen, others are far more urgent and important. One part of business ownership that you should never scrimp on or leave on the long finger is electrical testing.
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PAT Testing or Portable application testing, is a legal requirement under Irish law. Every business in the Republic of Ireland is required to carry-out a PAT test on all portable applications.
This test is designed to ensure the safety of both employees and customers.
As part of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2007 S.I. 299 the responsibility for having a PAT test completed falls squarely at the feet of the business owner. The documentation that proves that a business is compliant with regulation must be available for 5 years after the test is completed. This information must be made available to the HSA – who carry-out random spot checks – and to the employees who will be using portable electric application.
Alliance Ireland Electrical provides clients all over Dublin and nationwide with professional PAT testing. Today we’d like to discuss why your business needs a PAT test.
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