Simple and Cheap! Get your appliances tagged and tested today!
Only a competent person can undertake the testing of electrical equipment. This is a person who has acquired, through training,the knowledge and skills required to test electrical equipment competently.
Our staff are trained and experienced in testing and tagging. They have completed professional training and hold Test and Tag Certificates.
We know how often your appliances need testing and what colour tags to use.
We even keep of full record and logbook of your tested appliances so you don't have to. Plus a reminder service for when they are due to be re-tested.
All types of portable appliances can be tagged and tested.
Hire equipment should be tagged every 3 months and if you work on Building and Construction sites your items need tagging 3 monthly also.
Restoration? Make Safe? often contents are damaged in accidents and insurance events, we offer thorough reports, visual and electrical testing and tagging.
Onsite Call out fee (Perth Metro) $69.95
includes first 10 items tagged and tested free.
Between 11 - 100 test and tags - $3.95 per item
Between 101 - 1000 test and tags - $2.95 per item
Larger amounts available via request and quote
Includes correct coloured tags.
All Prices + GST
The Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 (OSH Act) requires electrical equipment at workplaces to be safe and not expose workers to hazards.
Regulation 3.61 of the OSH regulations requires the employer, self-employed person or main contractor at a workplace to ensure compliance with Australian Standard AS/NZS 3012:2003 Electrical installations – Construction and demolition sites.
Regulation 3.62 of the OSH regulations requires the testing and tagging of portable electrical equipment or a portable RCD on any construction or demolition site to be carried out by a competent person.
Regulation 3.63 of the OSH regulations, states that any worker bringing a portable item of electrical equipment or RCD to a construction or demolition site that is required to be tested under AS/NZS 3012:2003, must, before the item is used:
- provide the main contractor with a record of the relevant testing data; and
- ensure the tag bears the name of the competent person who conducted the test.