City Appliance Testing
CAT Ltd is a UK wide specialist PAT testing company providing a simple cost effective solution to enable all companies and organisations to comply with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 (EAWR).
Many businesses find it more cost effective to contract out their testing leaving their time and resources free to concentrate on what they do best. Whether you have 1 appliance or 100,000 appliances we are happy to look after your needs.
- 1 in 4 work related injuries involve portable appliances and these are only the ones reported in the accident book. As with all law, ignorance is not a defence. It is your responsibility
- to make sure all the appliances used in your work place comply with these specific regulations.
- Failure to comply may, at best, invalidate your insurance policy leaving you liable, at worst, an invalid insurance policy plus a fine of up to £2000 and/or a 2 year jail sentence.
Who Can Do The Testing?
Our City and Guilds trained team of engineers are dedicated to provide a discreet efficient service working outside normal working hours if required to minimize disruption especially in a busy office environment.
What Qualifies as a Portable Appliance?
All equipment used in the work place with a flexible cable and/or plug, examples are:- Computers, microwaves, heaters, fans, lamps, kettles, faxes, photocopiers, printers etc.
Minor faults highlighted during inspection of the appliances can be repaired as we find them and then retested. Un-repairable or dangerous faults will result in the appliance being failed and labelled accordingly.
Reports And Certification
During testing all portable appliances will be labelled and numbered with a safety sticker to enable easy identification in the event of a Health and Safety Inspection. On completion of the testing we will issue a safety certificate and a detailed report identifying each appliance with information on the tests carried out.
We will not be beaten on price or service!
Tests from 75p per appliance
Follow the links at the top of the page for more details or go to the idiots guide for a quick, fun summary.
To comply with the latest regulation simply contact City Appliance Testing;