The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
Checking electrical equipment in the workplace for safety is a well-established practice, following the introduction of the Electricity at Work Regulations (EAWR) in 1989 and subsequently, the publication of the IEE Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment in 1994.
The EAWR came into force on 1st April 1990. They require precautions to be taken against the risk of death or injury from electricity in work activities - this includes equipment accessible to the public in offices, hotels, shops, schools and colleges, etc.
Failure to comply with the requirements of the regulations may, in some cases, lead to prosecution.
How We Can Help
Our technicians are qualified to undertake this work on your behalf, and to help you comply with the EAW regulations.
We can undertake a formal inspection of every appliance and power lead, supplemented by electrical testing, where appropriate.
The equipment will be individually tagged with its overall safety status, a unique asset ID number and the date that the inspection was carried out.
Why Choose Bradbell?
Bradbell is an established specialist company in this field with a proven track record for quality and safety.
Furthermore, we only offer electrical inspection & testing services. You can be assured that any recommendations and advice we give following testing programmes will be objective and unbiased as we have no interest in securing contracts for remedial works.
We believe in providing a cost-effective service while ensuring the highest possible standards.
Inspection & Testing
Full formal visual inspection
Combined inspection & testing, where appropriate
Portable, moveable & fixed appliance checks
110V and 230V equipment
Detailed method statements
Labeling of all equipment
Replacement BS1362 fuses
Replacement BS1363 & BS1363A plugs
On-site minor repairs & rechecks included
Qualified to nationally recognised levels
Trained to nationally-recognised standards
Up-to-date Enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) Disclosure
Personal protective equipment (PPE)
Highly experienced, professional, courteous and unobtrusive
Specialist test instruments
Calibrated to UKAS and ISO17205 accredited standards
Automatic data capture of test results, where appropriate
IT, network and server equipment safe
Unique environmentally-friendly electronic (PDF) certificates and documentation
Observations and recommendations on safer working practices, where appropriate
Observations and recommendations regarding your fixed electrical installation, where appropriate
Explained in plain English
After Sales Support & Protection
Automatic scheduling of future inspections, as per your specification
Free advice, all-year-round, in person, via telephone or e-mail
ECA Bond accountability and protection
Adherence to the ECA Code of Fair Trading and ECA Guarantee of Work Scheme
For further information, please call us on 0161 355 0011 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.