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Portable Appliance Testing

Safety at work is the responsibility of employers and employees alike and acceptance of this responsibility is fundamental to ensure safe working practice. The new Electricity at Work Regulations (1989) came into force on 1 April 1990. The Regulations concern all employers, employees and suppliers who are responsible for the maintenance, servicing and installation of electrical equipment or services. This course meets the statutory requirements of the Health & Safety Executive.

Course Duration: 2 Days

Contents:

  • The Electricity at Work Regulations (1989)
  • Electrical accidents and injuries
  • Safe isolation installation and fittings
  • Legal implications of the 1989 Regulations
  • Interpretation of the 1989 Regulations
  • Safe Working Practice
  • The Requirements to test (Regulation Four – Electricity at Work Regulations 1989)
  • Identification of Appliances
  • Labelling and Documentation
  • The Tests
  • Records
  • Course review and evaluation

You will complete a practical assessment and an examination. Once you have passed the assessment, you will be issued with an Accredited certificate.
This short course will be beneficial to electricians and other personnel who have sufficient knowledge & understanding of the content below. The course will commence with a short pre-course evaluation to enable applicants to access their level of understanding of basic electrical principles.
Portable Appliance Testing – Accredited PAT Testing

Trainee Requirements:

This course requires that you bring photographic identification with you. If you do have your own PAT Tester please bring this along. 
For Personnel with a basic understanding of basic electrical principles.

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