Testing and Tagging

Tool and Appliance Testing and Tagging

Safety Switch (RCD) Testing & Exit/Emergency Light Testing

 

DECEMBER to FEBRUARY

MARCH to MAY

JUNE to AUGUST

SEPTEMBER to NOVEMBER

 

Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984. Western Australia, Part 111, Division 2, Section 19, states in part:

"(1) An employer shall, so far as is practicable, provide and maintain a working environment in which the employees of the employer (the "employees") are not exposed to hazards".

About Australian Standard AS/NZS 3760

Beresford Electrical Services specialises in the safety checking of electrical appliances to Australian Standard AS/NZS3760.

AS/NZS 3760:2003 is the standard which relates to the safety checking of electrical appliances.

It is every employer's responsibility under OH&S legislation to ensure that all appliances to which the Standard applies are tested and tagged according to the Standard.

Beresford Electrical Services can help you to understand which appliances must be tested and tagged, and how often it is neccessary to test and tag in your work environment.

An important part of Portable Appliance Testing is labelling the appliances with the current safety status and retest dates ensuring users are aware of when the item is due to be tested again for electrical safety.  Test n Tag is the unique Seaward system to give you one of the quickest, hassle-free and portable PAT labelling systems around!

Using our small, portable printer and a Seaward Primetest 300 PAT Tester, combined with new software, we are bringing you the complete automated PAT testing process.  The printer produces synthetic, durable labels that gives you all the test information you would require!

All Labels are:

  • Waterproof
  • Don't Tear
  • Don't Fade
  • No need for a pen - it's all automatic
  • Results printed, Posted, Faxed or Emailed the same day

Microwave Testing

Microwave Leakage Testing

Beresford Electrical Services conduct Microwave Radiation leakage tests in the workplace to (Australian and New Zealand Standards AS/NZ 3350) using specialised test equipment that is correctly calibrated to meet the Australian standards.

Radiation leakage from a microwave often occurs through the doors and seals which is invisible to see. These harmful radiation leakages can cause harm to the health of the users.

The Australian Standards states “The microwave leakage at any point 50mm or more from the external surface of the appliance shall not exceed 50W/m2 (5mW/cm2).”

AS/NZ603335.2.25 (AS/NZ 3350.2.25) Australian and New Zealand Standard.

The Australian Standard state that exposure to sufficiently high levels of microwaves will cause heating, and in the case of human tissue, excessive heating could have serious health effects such as deep tissue burns and hypothermia.

Employers have a “Duty of Care” to ensure their workplace is safe and as such Beresford Electrical Services recommends and conducts the testing of microwave ovens in the workplace annually as a minimum standard.