Our company currently carries out in excess of 750,000 tests per annum for some of the largest companies and organisations throughout the UK. Our fully uniformed, directly employed highly skilled engineers utilise the cutting edge of technology Seaward Bluetooth Primetest PAT Testing equipment.
Latis & Stuart use Seaward PATGuard database software in conjunction with our Bluetooth testing equipment, enabling downloading and rapidly supplying our clients with their post-test results and importantly fault logs of dangerous failed items in various formats.
All these factors combine to ensure professionalism throughout the whole procedure, minimising disruption and maintaining the highest level of compliance to any aspect of your business or organisation.
WHY PAT TEST?
Regular inspection and testing of electrical appliances helps ensure compliance with the Electricity at Work Regulations of 1989, which places responsibility on employers to ensure that all appliances used within the workplace are maintained in safe condition.
Latis & Stuart negate the need for our customers to worry about the legislative requirements by managing their electrical safety requirements on their behalf.
Using a reputable company ensures all your electrical appliances are testing according to these guidelines and gives you peace of mind that your business and workforce are safeguarded as much as possible from electrical damage or injury.
We always price per item
We do not have a minimum items charge
We do not have a call out charge
Minor fault rectifications / plug / fuse changes and supplying you with your post-test results are included within the price
The Engineer checks for signs of damage to the appliance and its supply cord (IEC Lead), and then tests the functionality of any switches before checking that the fuse within the plug top is correctly rated for the safe disconnection of the appliance. After this process, the appliance is energised by a test machine which uses a sequence of checks to establish the integrity of the live, neutral and earth wires.
The pat testing machine, depending on its findings, will establish a “pass” or “fail” status for the appliance, and the Engineer will label the equipment accordingly.