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What Flexibility is Allowed with the Testing Intervals?
In order to remain compliant to the standard you will need to stick to the 3 monthly cycle as stated in the section above.
One of the most common problems that we see in the construction industry is that everyone is busy and it’s very easy to miss these dates and not be compliant with the standards. We can help you by taking care of this responsibility for you. The Ettis team of qualified electricians can have a scheduled task to contact your site manager several weeks before the end of the quarter. With this we can arrange a time for a site visit to test and tag all the RCD’s and provide you with your compliance reporting every quarter so as to save you time and hassle and allow you to get on with running your business.
Does Brand New Equipment Need to Be Tested?
A very common compliance issue we see in the industry is that when new electrical equipment is purchased it is straight away put into production on the site.
This practice however does not comply with the standards. In order to remain compliant all new equipment must be inspected & tested prior to intial introduction to service.
Please feel free to contact us when you purchase new equipment and we can arrange for it to be tested and tagged promptly for you so that you don’t lose any downtime with your production schedule.