Maintain every aspect of the electrical wiring, sockets and lighting in your business premises, as well as of those appliances used on the premises
- Fully Qualified 17th edition electricians
- NICEIC & ISO 9001 approved company
- Highest quality of customer service
- Professional, punctual and tidy
- Work to your exact needs with minimal disruption
- Extremely competitive pricing
- All reports stored securely online for easy viewing
Why use Office Test for your electrical maintenance?
Office Test specialises in helping businesses of all kinds, and in all types of premises, to maintain their electrical installations in optimal condition and in line with the requirements of all appropriate legislation and guidelines.
Electrician services we offer include: Periodic fixed wire testing; Portable Appliance Testing; Microwave emissions testing; Fire Alarm testing; Emergency Lighting installation and testing; Lighting maintenance, all types of minor electrical repairs
Our electricians are all fully qualified to (BS7671) 17th Edition standard-so your in safe hand.
Office Test is a fully accredited NICEIC Approved Company status. We provide a full report on the completion of every job to ensure you are compliant with the current requirements of legislation including:
- Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 (HSAWA)
- Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 (EAWR)
- Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER)
- Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (MHSWR)
What the regulations say
The legislation and guidelines concerning the distribution and use of electricity in your premises are diverse. Office Test will help you keep up with these. Current requirements include:
- Periodic fixed wire tests should be carried out every 1-5 years to comply with BS7671 & IEE Guidance Note 3.
- PAT testing is recommended at 12 monthly intervals in accordance with the IEE Code of Practice for in-service Inspection & Testing of Electrical Equipment (2008).
- Door seals, interlocks and microwave enclosures must be tested regularly for leaks under maximum load conditions to comply with the BS EN 60335-2-25 Microwave emission tests.
- Periods between successive inspection and servicing of Fire Alarms should not exceed 6 months in accordance with the Regulatory Reform Order 2006 and BS5839 PArt 1(2008)
- Emergency lighting and escape route lighting should be tested & inspected regularly to comply with BS5266 Part 1 (2004) and BS EN50172 (2004) Code of practice
- When removing lamps for re-lamping during lighting maintenance, we ensure that disposal is compliant under the guidelines of the Hazardous Waste Regulations (2009) and the WEEE Directive (2003).