Our team of Commissioning Engineers are available to carry out various testing & inspection procedures across a number disciplines. These include but are not limited to Electrical Inspection Condition Reports (EICR), Emergency Lighting and Fire Alarms. Following completion an electronic commissioning certificate is issued and stored on our data base. We periodically issue electronic reminders when the next test is due
The five year testing of fixed wiring should be married with regular inspections. The latter is vital, due to the daily wear and tear placed on fixed wiring.
Hiding behind walls and within trunking, electrical wiring seemingly does nothing more than provide power to the devices and machinery on which your business relies, but in order for your organisation to remain safe and compliant with modern standards, a knowledgeable pair of hands will be required to ensure there aren’t any underlying issues.
The load placed on electrical wiring installations and the ageing of parts – combined with any alterations or additions made to the building itself – means more frequent testing may be mandatory. This is particularly the case if your premises are subject to licensing by the authorities or have high levels of public access.
All electrical work completed by Intervolt is certificated.
The reports provide evidence of compliance with relevant legislation and are suitable for all building societies & banks, county councils and insurance companies.
We can provide you with annual and interim Emergency Lighting testing inspections and if required will replace any faulty components from our on van stock.
Usually done with the Fire Alarm inspection it can also be combined with your PAT testing, adding further value to the visit. The resultant report contains a full schedule of the component parts of the system, any observations of non-compliance that will need further attention and will detail the repairs that were completed on site.
Emergency lighting sits within business premises largely unnoticed - until it’s called upon. And, when the time arises for it to come into action, it needs to be ready to guide people to safety.
PAT testing is undertaken to comply with the requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 where Regulation 4(2) states that “all electrical equipment shall be maintained so as to prevent danger.”
Portable, fixed, transportable, plugged or spurred, all equipment needs to be inspected, tested and maintained.
We only employ qualified electricians so we are enabled to carry out all necessary repairs to the power supply at the time of inspection, thereby minimising the number of items failing.
Faults and failures, where they do occur, are reported to your office immediately so that you are aware of any potential problems.
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Our team of Commissioning Engineers are available to carry out various testing & inspection procedures across a number disciplines. These include but are not limited to EICR and Emergency Lighting certification.Testing and Inspection