Assured Asset Testing can manage your company’s ongoing electrical test and tag needs in accordance with AS/NZS 3760:2010 standards. Our comprehensive testing and tagging system utilises the latest up-to-date technology by Seaward, and we pride ourselves on delivering a hassle-free service.
- We have over 20 qualified technicians nationally and have the ability to manage multiple sites with ease.
- We provide you with a testing program that includes the timely submission of test reports and retest reminders.
- We have many long-term customers who are confident to leave their matters in our hands, freeing up their time to get on with other important matters.
- The products we use are designed specifically for testing and asset tagging, and are guaranteed not to damage sensitive and sophisticated electronic equipment.
- Test results are presented as an easily digestible report in a selection of formats, an example of which can be found here – we maintain your data base and store all results securely on our system.
- Our bar-coded PVC tags contain all necessary information including tester’s name, date and next test date. We also have ‘New to Service’ tags available for equipment that arrives between testing intervals. This equipment will be tested at our next visit and added to the asset register.
- Our service also includes on-the-spot repairs for minor defects to cords and plugs.
- Our auto-scheduling program will ensure that equipment is re-tested by the due date. We contact you to organise a suitable time.
How it works
Prior to the electrical test, a thorough visual inspection of the item is carried out by an AAT tech.
This involves a thorough examination of the supply flexible cord, plug, guards and casing to ensure visual integrity of the item and anything that may affect the safety of any person coming into contact with it.
Electrical testing proceedure
Following a visual inspection of the item (and depending on what class the electrical item is), a combination of the following electrical tests are carried out:
Retest intervals/ Timeframes - Table 4 of AS/NZS 3760:2010
Please note under the Harmonised WHS Regulations 2012, two components of electrical safety are now mandatory.
- The inspection, testing and tagging of electrical equipment located in a hostile environment has become mandatory. For equipment in a non-hostile environment, a documented risk assessment is applicable as the minimum requirement.
- Regular RCD (residual current device) testing is now mandatory for circuits with portable electrical equipment or where the socket outlets are in a hostile operating environment.