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Why test your electrical appliances for faults?
Employers & persons in control have a common duty of care, making them responsible for ensuring electrical equipment in the workplace is safe and regularly inspected, tested and maintained, ensuring a safe workplace for employees and other people who visit.
Complying with the legislative code is not only your duty as an
employer, but is your legal responsibility.
What if I don’t comply
Non compliance can lead to fines, jail terms or both, for directors and key personnel if a staff member or third party is injured, either severely or fatally...
Memorandum of guidance on the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
Contained in The Health & Safety Booklet HS(R)25 Section 2 of The
Health and Safety at Work Act 1975 and The Electricity at Work
Regulations (EAWR) 1989, Page 10 Regulation’s 3 &4 of HS®25 requires
employers and owners of public buildings to maintain by a regular
programme of recorded inspection and testing by a competent person
so far as is reasonably practical, portable electrical appliances
safe and without risk to health from electrical shock or fire.