STAY SAFE and prevent workplace accidents by ensuring your electrical corded items (electrical tools, leads, safety switches, battery pack chargers and appliances) are inspected, tested and tagged
A person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) must have procedures in place to ensure all electrical corded items are regularly inspected and tested to ensure the workers carrying out work are electrically safe
It is important that all electrical corded items are tested and tagged by a qualified specialist in accordance with AS/NZS Standards relative to state OHS and WHS Regulations
CapTec will come to where you are so that you do not have to spend time organizing items to be inspected. If more convenient for you, items can be dropped off or picked up by CapTec outside of your work hours.
Electrical Safety Regulation 2013 's101. A person conducting a business or undertaking must ensure that any unsafe electrical equipment at the workplace is disconnected (or isolated) from its electricity supply and, once disconnected, is not reconnected until it is repaired or tested and found to be safe or is replaced or permanently removed from use. Electrical equipment is unsafe if there are reasonable grounds for believing it to be unsafe.'
To ensure that Electrical Safety Regulations are adhered to, business owners should make sure the procedures below are followed:
CapTec Test and Tag will take care of all your test and tag requirements. We will:
Inspection intervals will depend on several factors including:
CapTec follows the State Government's Electrical Safety Code of Practice for inspection and testing electrical corded items.