Premier PAT Testing Service In Glasgow 

Are you looking for a Pat Testing in Glasgow? If so Mr Electric Glasgow are able to help! Portable appliance testing (PAT) needs to be an important part of any businesses health and safety policy. It is advised by the health and safety executive that all electrical appliances within all businesses undergo annual testing. According to the health and safety executive around 25% of all accidents at work are as a result of faulty electrical equipment.  By law employers are required to ensure that all equipment complies with the electricity at work regulations.

Best PAT Testing Service Glasgow

We here at Mr Electric provide a premier pat testing service at an affordable price for both business and domestic customers. All of our technicians are highly trained and qualified. We are a company who will respond quickly to your cal, with never an overtime or weekend charge. So take action today and call us on 01355 458560.

 

PAT Testing Regulations

Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
This places a duty of care to ensure the safety of everyone using the work premises on both the employer and the employee. This includes anyone who is self-employed.
Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992

This places a responsibility for employers to carry out a suitable and sufficient assessment of the risks to health and safety of his employees to which they are exposed whilst they are at work and the risks to health and safety of persons not in his employment in connection with the business. 

Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999
This ensures that employers make a proper assessment of the health and safety risks faced by employees whilst at work as well as risks of others, not in their employment, but affected by work done by them or their employees. 

Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER)
This includes most risks resulting from using electrical equipment used by workers at work and ensures that it is maintained in a state of good repair and efficient working order. For specific risks from electricity, by complying with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 then compliance with the PUWER 1998 is likely to be achieved. However, it does not apply to fixed installations in a building which is covered by the Electricity at Work Regulations. 

The Electrical Equipment (Safety) regulations 1994
If a landlord provides any electrical appliances as part of a tenancy, the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations requires that person to ensure that the appliances are safe when first supplied. 

The Electrical Equipment (Safety) regulations 1994
If a landlord provides any electrical appliances as part of a tenancy, the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations requires that person to ensure that the appliances are safe when first supplied.