iPAT Services are a committed team of electrical safety Test engineers who are based in Cambridge.
PAT Testing for over 15 years. We are confident that we can offer our clients a friendly, dependable and thorough service at a very reasonable rate.
* Nationwide Coverage
* Out Of Hours And Weekend Services At No Extra Cost
* Electronic Report & Completion Certificate
*Photo Evidence Of Failed Items And Hazards
*Microwave Emissions Test
* Thermal Imaging
* Emergency Lighting
*Documentation On Request
Public Liability Insurance
(R.A.M.S) Risk Assessment And Method Statement
*Free Minor Repairs
Cord Grip Repair
All this from as little as 60p per item.
Our teams is led by City and Guilds qualified Engineers who are advanced DBS checked.
We have over 15 years of experience in the industry giving iPAT Engineers extensive knowledge testing and inspecting appliances in all sectors of industry, including
At no additional charge, our clients have found our PHOTO EVIDENCE SERVICE extremely helpful, especially on lager sites . To have visual references that are tagged with the location and brief description of the hazard, along side the report to identify any failed items and dangers. This significantly reducing the time of the remedial process, also showing a comprehensive logging system of the inspection and maintenance made to your appliances, fixtures and fittings.
Just fill out this simple form and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Or Give us a call anytime.
Contact us :
01223 441629 or 07491122002
13 Matthew Parker Close, Landbeach, Cambridge, CB25 9FB, United Kingdom
What is PAT Testing ? Pat testing or portable appliance testing is the inspection and testing of electrical equipment to ensure they are safe to use, which is a vital part of any Health & Safety Policy. A survey by Health & Safety Executive shows that 25% of all reportable electrical accidents in the workplace are caused by portable appliances.
The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.
This legislation places legal implications on employers,employees & self employed persons to ensure the safety of electrical devices in the workplace. The regulation dictate that all portable equipment must be inspected regularly and tested to ensure that it is safe for use.
The level of inspection and testing required is dependent upon the risk of the appliance becoming faulty, which is in turn dependent upon the type of appliance, the nature of its use and the environment in which it is used.
The Institution of Electrical Engineers published the “Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment”. This guide forms the basis for portable appliance testing in the U.K