PAT Portable applience testing south wales uk


The Professional PAT Testing Company.
Making It Easy To Comply With The Electrical Safety Regulations

SA and PAT-TestingWales specialises in Portable Appliance Testing – the Health & Safety Executive’s favoured means of vetting electrical equipment.

With complex legislation surrounding safety at work, a regular testing programme is the safest way to protect your staff and keep your business running smoothly.

If you’ve ever had an electrical accident, or know someone that has, you’ll appreciate how important it is to make sure that electrical appliances in the workplace and at home are safe to use. With today’s “Where there’s blame, there’s a claim” culture, it has become more important than ever to make sure that your workplace is as safe as possible for your staff and the public.

SA PAT Testing are here to provide a reliable, professional service at great prices to companies, schools, educational institutions, landlords, letting agents and many other types of organisations. We also partner with Facilities Management companies and Electrical Contractors who trust us to provide a fully managed service to their clients on a sub-contractor basis.

Contact Us
Steven Alderson

25 Maesgwyn

NP11 4HU
Tel: 01495 247 425
Mob: 07977 815 153

Who needs PAT testing?

Virtually every business in the UK uses plug-in electrical equipment. Business owners, landlords and the self-employed are bound by law to make sure the items listed to the left are regularly tested:

IT Equipment
PC, Printer

Desktop Equipment
Lamp, Fan

Office appliances
Fax Machines, Photocopiers

Kitchen Appliances
Kettle, Fridge



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Why You Need Your Appliances Tested

One of the first things Fire Officers and Health & Safety Inspectors usually ask to see on any inspection visit is PAT records. There are a number of additional reasons why appliances should be tested on a regular basis with the most important ones being:

  1. To comply with The Electricity at Work Regulations
  2. To comply with the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations
  3. To minimise the risk of fire and injury caused by electrical appliances. Each year about 1000 accidents at work involving electric shock or burns are reported to the Health and Safety Executive. About 30 of these are fatal.
  4. To satisfy your Insurance Company
  5. To comply with all Health & Safety requirements and ISO standards
  6. To comply with Quality Assurances
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