PAT Testing in Birmingham
JR PAT Testing Limited has engineers across the UK and is headquartered in Plymouth. Our growth is based on the excellence of the service we offer to all our customers.
We specialise in Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) for organisations and businesses of all sizes. No customer is too small or too big and every single customer is equally important to us. We are totally flexible and work around your operational needs, 24/7. We’re available out of hours, weekends and Bank Holidays – it is all about you.
We can act discreetly in places of work, or even work throughout the night, to ensure that your environment is not disturbed by our PAT testers.
With something as important as electrical testing and inspecting, you don’t want to leave anything to chance. JR PAT Testing Limited has the experience and know-how you need. All our engineers are thoroughly trained, professional, reliable and trustworthy. A personal touch and great customer service come as standard.
JR Pat Testing is a CHAS Accredited Contractor and SMAS Worksafe Contractor. We are:
Fully insured (our policies can be read in our RAMS section of the website)
• Professional, punctual and tidy
• Great value for money
We also provide:
The highest levels of customer care at all times
• FREE minor repairs, plug and fuse changes
• Microwave leakage testing
Call us anytime on 0333 772 2155 to discuss your Pat Testing needs in Fareham and ask for an individual quote. Or e-mail us at email@example.com
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JR PAT Testing services in Birmingham
Having your electrical appliances tested is vital to ensure they continue to function correctly whilst also reducing the risks of accidents and potentially costly repairs. We are totally flexible with our hours, so we’ve got all your PAT Testing needs in Birmingham covered.
Our customers in Birmingham include NHS hospitals and trusts, schools, colleges, care homes, housing associations, property landlords, factories, contact centres, hotels, restaurants, cafés, factories, hair salons, retail shops, the construction industry, medical and dental practices and offices.
Typically, an engineer will arrive at your premises at a pre-arranged date and time and have all the necessary equipment to carry out a successful PAT Test. All our testing machines are calibrated and have the relevant certificates of validation. Our engineers and qualified PAT testers will work with you systematically throughout your work environment, performing a proper visual inspection of all leads and appliances. They will then test each portable appliance and all leads to establish if they are electrically safe to use. We follow your specific guidelines and if computers, servers, POS hardware need to be running continuously, we will conduct a thorough visual inspection in order to avoid any unnecessary power outages of vital equipment.
If your appliances pass, our PAT testers will place a sticker to confirm the pass date. If failed, we will advise you on what needs to be fixed (if possible) or that the appliance needs to be removed. Our PAT tester can carry out minor repairs free of charge. However, larger repairs may need extra attention.
Booking a PAT test
There is some useful information that would be helpful to know in advance:
Approximately how many appliances require testing?
When were they last tested?
Are there any items of equipment that cannot be unplugged? For example, POS equipment in shops, computer servers or specialist medical equipment?
What date and time would you prefer our engineer to attend?
After your PAT test
Upon completion of the PAT test, a report will be e-mailed in EXCEL format that gives a clear breakdown of all test results. All appliances tested and inspected are identified by ID numbers, by department and confirming their PASS or FAIL status. We always issue a certificate for your records and discuss with you an agreed next due test date. This can vary according to the nature of the environment and types of appliances, frequency of usage, electrical risk etc. We will work closely with you to maintain full compliance in accordance with H&S guidelines.
For more information on our PAT testing procedure in Birmingham, or to book a PAT Test, contact us today. Or book online now.
Birmingham is known as ‘England’s Second City’ and, after London, is the UK’s most populated city. While the city has 1.1 million people, it rises to 3.7 million if you include the wider Birmingham Metropolitan area. Located in the heart of the West Midlands, it has excellent transport communications with the rest of the country. It is the fourth most visited city in the UK by overseas tourists.
In 1791, Birmingham was labelled “the first manufacturing town in the world” and the city played a huge part in the Industrial Revolution in terms of productivity and invention. For many years it was an engineering and car manufacturing centre.
Birmingham’s economy today is dominated by the service sector, accounting for 88% of employment. It is also the largest centre in Britain for employment in public administration, health (University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust) and education. Its metropolitan economy is the second largest in the UK, while its six universities make it the largest centre of higher education outside of London.
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