Thermographic Survey A thermographic survey (sometimes referred to as a thermography survey or thermal imaging) uses a powerful infrared camera to identify potential dangers in electric components. Electrical parts that are damaged or have loose connections will give off heat which the camera will be able to pick up. A thermographic survey is a great […]
Fire Alarm Testing and Servicing Current regulations state that all business premises in the UK and Ireland have a fire detection system. This is so that in event of a fire, staff, visitors and residents are alerted and can quickly vacate the building. For most buildings, this means a fire alarm system. If you have fire […]
Fire Risk Assessments A fire risk assessment (also known as a fire safety assessment) determines what you need to do to prevent fire, as well as what you need to do in the event of a fire. A fire risk assessment helps you to identify fire hazards, identify those at risk, and determine what you […]
Emergency Lighting Testing Emergency lighting provides illumination if your building experiences a power failure or a fire. It can help keep staff calm and allow them to evacuate the building safely, as well as find fire-fighting equipment. As emergency lighting is powered by rechargeable batteries, it is important that the lighting is tested regularly to […]
EICR (Fixed Wire Testing) An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), is the inspection and testing of a fixed electrical installation. From the consumer unit (fuse board) and all connected circuits that provide electricity to the building. Including lighting circuits and fittings, sockets and plug sockets, but not any portable electrical equipment. It is sometimes referred […]
PAT (Electrical Equipment) Testing Portable Appliance Testing (PAT), also known as a PAT inspection, which was renamed in the Code of Practice 5th Edition to Electrical Equipment Testing (EET), is the easiest way of ensuring that all your electrical equipment is safe to use. The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 makes it your responsibility to […]
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Pass the PAT – outsourcing your electrical equipment testing If you are a facilities or estates manager, you are responsible for ensuring the building you look after is comfortable, appealing and most importantly… safe. You need to manage both your hard and soft FM services, providing facilities that are not only of exceptional quality, but […]