Maximum Period Allowed Between Periodic Inspection Reports

                                                           Commercial Installations - 5 years.
                                                           Industrial Installations - 3 years.
                                                           Buildings open to the public - 1 year.
                                                           External Installations - 3 years.
                                                           Caravan Parks - 1 year.
                                                           Fire Alarms - 1 year.
                                                          Short Term Installations - 3 months.
                                                          Site Installations - 3 months

Periodic Inspection and Testing of your Electrical systems.

Periodic Electrical Inspections:-

Testing & inspection of installations is necessary as they deteriorate with age. This is due to a number of factors such as damage, wear and tear, corrosion, excessive electrical loading and environmental influences.

It’s easy to take electricity for granted - just flick a switch and the power comes on. But electricity can also be an invisible danger that can cause shocks, severe burns, and death, as well as property damage from fires and explosions. In some cases, there is no warning of the danger to come. Fortunately, with a proper system of inspecting and testing, you can protect yourself and your property.

We offer two levels of electrical installation inspection: Periodic Electrical Inspection, Test & Certification Report; and Routine Electrical Inspection

The periodic electrical inspection, test & certification is comprehensive, detailed, and thorough. It is an industry standard - to BS7671, as required by the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE).

The routine electrical inspection is an intermediate version of the periodic inspection. It contains some testing but is not as thorough as the periodic. Typically it would be used in the intervening years between periodic inspections to monitor for deterioration, or where the fuller periodic inspection was not felt necessary.

By law you must take precautions against the risk of death or personal injury from electricity in work activities (Electricity at Work Regulations 1989) Neglecting faulty Electrical Systems could result in injuries to your employees, lost income and fines if found in breach of your statutory responsibilities. In some instances it may even invalidate your insurance claims. Highly Skilled and Qualified Electricians are employed to inspect your Electricity Systems to ensure they meet current regulations.