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Free Online PAT Course

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Welcome to your Free Online PAT Course

1. 
Who has the duty of care for maintaining and providing safe electrical equipment in the workplace?

2. 
Who can carry out a PAT test?

3. 
Why should you PAT test?

4. 
How often do you need to do a PAT Test?

5. 
What must you have before using the PB500 or any PAT Tester?

6. 
What must you complete before carrying out a test using the PB500 or any PAT Tester? (select all that apply)

7. 
When testing a Class I appliance, what should you attach the earth test lead/probe to?

8. 
When you PAT Test a Class I or Class II appliance which has an on/off switch, what position should the appliances switch be in when you carry out the test?

9. 
Which test should you perform when testing a IEC Lead?

10. 
When you're testing an Extension Lead with 4 outlets. How many of the outlets do you need to PAT Test?

11. 
Where should you stick the PASS label?

12. 
If an appliance passes a visual inspection but then fails the PAT Test. What should you do?

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