Electrical Test & Tagging Services

Servicing Sydney Metropolitan

Ensure your electrical appliances are safe with Corporate Form

Are you worried about the safety of your electrical appliances?

Don't let your peace of mind be compromised.

With over 18 years of experience in electrical testing and tagging, Corporate Form is here to safeguard your business and protect your employees, customers, and anyone who visits your workplace from the dangers of faulty electrical equipment.

Expertise Across Multiple Sectors

Our skilled team of technicians is well-versed in servicing a wide range of industries, including aged care facilities, schools, local councils with multiple sites, and businesses with multiple locations across Sydney and beyond.

Whether you operate in a single location or have branches interstate, we can ensure continuity of work and provide you with a single point of contact for all your testing and tagging needs.

What is defined as an electrical appliance?

An electrical appliance is defined as electrical equipment that:

  • Relies on electricity through an electrical socket i.e. ‘plug-in’ equipment, and
  • Is used in an environment where it may be exposed operating conditions that may result in damage to the equipment or appliance.

Who is authorised to inspect and test electrical appliances?

Electrical testing and tagging must be carried out by a competent person. 

This is a person who has the knowledge and skills to carry out the inspections and testing of electrical equipment.

A competent person must have knowledge of the following relevant Australian Standards:

  • AS/NZS 3760: 2010 - In service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment, outlines inspection, testing and tagging methods
  • AS/NZS 3012: 2010  - Electrical installations - Construction and demolition sites, outlines regular inspection and testing requirements.

What information is recorded in electrical testing and tagging?

A record of testing must be kept until the electrical equipment is next tested, permanently removed from the workplace or disposed of.

A record of testing must specify:

  • The name of the person who carried out the testing
  • The date of the testing
  • The outcome of the testing
  • The date on which the next testing must be carried out.

The record may be in the form of a tag attached to the electrical equipment tested.

Why Regular Testing and Tagging is Crucial

Electrical appliances, if not properly maintained, can pose serious risks of electrical shock, fire, and even loss of life.

Regular testing and tagging minimise these dangers by ensuring that each piece of equipment is inspected, electrically tested, and tagged (labelled) at regular intervals by a competent person.

Our comprehensive electrical testing process includes:

  • Physical/integrity check
  • Visual inspections
  • Insulation tests
  • Earth continuity test
  • Continuity test
  • Functionality test
  • Earth leakage test
  • Polarity test

By keeping detailed records of these tests for 7 years, as required by WHS risk management documentation, we help you maintain compliance and safeguard your business from potential liabilities.

Don't Delay, Act Now to Protect Your Workplace

Neglecting regular testing and tagging of electrical appliances can have severe consequences.

Don't take chances with the safety of your employees and customers.

Contact Corporate Form today and let our team of experts ensure your peace of mind by keeping your electrical equipment safe and compliant.

Remember, electrical safety is not just a legal obligation - it's a moral responsibility.

Take action now and safeguard the well-being of those who matter most to you.