BS 7671 (Latest revision)
Most, if not all places of work use electricity as a form of motive power as well as heating and lighting.
BS 7671 (Latest revision) clearly state that a Periodic Inspection and Test should be carried out at specified regular intervals as below:-
|Type of Building
|Commercial (shops, offices etc)
|5 Years or after change of occupancy
|Public places (Theatres, Cinemas etc)
|Industrial premises (Factories)
The above standard is a non-statutory document and as such is non-enforceable, however prosecutions can be brought under the Health and Safety at Work Act for failure to maintain a safe place of work for the employees. This is statutory and the installation should be adequately maintained and tested in accordance with the above timeframes.
Periodic Inspection and Testing is considered to be part of this maintenance.
All you need to get a quotation from us is to ascertain how many distribution boards the client has. We don't work on square footage and we are not interested how many circuits there are.
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We carry out Periodic Inspection and Testing which are now appearing on more and more insurance policies.
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