Electrical Test and Tagging

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We Provide Commercial Electrical Testing and Tagging Services Across the Gold Coast

Industrial Power and Automation provides electrical test and tagging services for commercial and industrial clients across and the Gold Coast.

If you’re a little further north, you can take a look at our Brisbane test and tag services.

Our skilled electricians use the latest technology to provide you with efficient and cost-effective solutions. Our management software can log your assets and keep a detailed record of their service history, as well as send reminders when the next inspection is due. This leaves you to focus on what’s important, running your business.

If you are a business owner it is your obligation to ensure the safety of your workplace, and that includes regular testing of your electrical equipment. Queensland workplace health and safety states testing intervals from 3 months to 5 years depending on which industry you operate in.

Test and tag is the process of inspecting and testing electrical equipment for safety in accordance with the test and tag frequencies outlined in the AS/NZS3760 Standard.

The process for test and tag is completed in two stages. First the equipment is visually inspected for any damage, then it is electrically tested to ensure there are no internal faults.

Our electrical testing and tagging includes:

After our testing is completed, any faulty items are reported immediately, and repairs are arranged if required. All test results are fully documented and supplied upon completion.

The testing and tagging intervals of equipment is outlined in the AS/NZS 3760 Table 4.

 AS/NZS 3760 Table 4

 AS/NZS 3760 Table 4

We also offer compliance testing services. This ensures your equipment is always in compliance with safety standards.

Our Other Test And Tag Services Include:

Emergency Light Testing

Emergency and exit lighting must be inspected, tested, and maintained in accordance with the AS/NZS 2293 Standard. Commercial emergency lighting and exit lighting systems are governed by the law.

All emergency and exit lights must undergo a 90-minute discharge test of the battery every 6 months as stated under the AS2293.2 Standard. Records of all tests and the subsequent actions taken must be kept for compliance purposes.

RCD Testing

A residual current device (RCD), commonly known as a safety switch, is a device that prevents dangerous electrical shocks from occurring.

Residual current devices need to be regularly tested to ensure they remain in correct working order as they will only provide ongoing protection if operational. The frequency of their testing is outlined in AS/NZS 3760 Table 4. This table outlines the in-service safety inspection, testing method and frequency.

Thermal Imaging – Infrared Thermography

Thermal imaging can find hot spots caused by loose connections and defects in components. It detects problem areas so that failure or damage can be avoided ahead of time.

Industrial Power and Automation uses the latest technology in scanners which can detect electrical faults often missed by traditional methods of testing.

We are certified in Thermographic Scanning and our qualified technicians are recognised by the Australian Institute for Non-destructive Testing (AINDT).

We Can Test and Tag for Your Gold Coast Business

If you are looking for reliable and professional test and tag services, then Industrial Power and Automation is the ideal choice. We offer a comprehensive range of services, including electrical testing, appliance testing, and safety switch testing. With over 20 years of experience, we have the knowledge and expertise to ensure that your commercial or industrial property is safe and compliant with all relevant regulations. We understand the importance of safety in the workplace, and we are dedicated to providing our clients with the highest standards of service. So if you need test and tag services across the Gold Coast, contact IPA today.

What are Electrical Test and Tag
Requirements on the Gold Coast?

According to WorkSafe Queensland, all businesses across the Gold Coast are required to have their electrical equipment and cords tested and tagged by a licensed electrician every 12 months. This includes items such as computers, power tools, and extension cords. Test and tag is an important safety measure that helps to prevent workplace accidents and injuries. By testing electrical equipment regularly, businesses can ensure that their employees are safe from potential shocks or fires. In addition, tagging equipment with the date of the last test helps to ensure that businesses stay up-to-date with their test and tag requirements. For more information on test and tag requirements on the coast, businesses can contact a licensed electrician or visit the WorkSafe Queensland website.

Talk to us about your electrical test and tagging to get started

 IPA’s test and tag services are designed to identify any potential electrical hazards, and our experienced team will provide you with a report detailing any areas of concern. We also offer a range of other electrical safety services, such as PAT testing, Thermographic Testing and RCD Testing. For more information about our services, please contact us today.

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Why Choose Our Electrical Test and Tagging Services

We are an Industrial and Commercial electrical contracting company who specialise in electrical test and tagging services. With our extensive knowledge and experience, you can count on us to provide your business with a comprehensive test and tag solution.

Our technicians are highly experienced in asset maintenance and compliance testing. You can rest assured that with our comprehensive service, your equipment will meet electrical safety standards.

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