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The Work Safety Act 2008 places a duty of care to provide a safe work place. Failure to maintain electrical equipment in a safe condition, or to use equipment in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions may result in injury or death to yourself, employees, or other parties to meet the duty of care it is necessary to ensure that risk of injury from electric shock for all people at the workplace is reduced as far as is reasonably practicable.

A method of achieving this duty is by testing and tagging electrical equipment, and implementing procedures for use of electrical equipment. Inspection and testing Electrical equipment needs to be inspected and tagged on a regular basis.Test and Tag Inspections are to be carried out by a licensed electrician or a person certified as competent to undertake the testing.

Inspection and testing needs to be in accordance with AS/NZS 3760 2010testtag

How often do I need to Test and Tag?

Australian Standards requires you to test and tag
Hired equipment, construction sites.

Factories, workshops, places of manufacture,
Assembly, maintenance or fabrication

General office / Commercial environments

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All our testing is done to Australian Standards,

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