Inspected for damage before being used (if it’s new) MAXIMUM FINE FOR FAILURE: $18,000
Regularly inspected and tested “by a competent person” if it is:
powered from an electrical power socket and,
used somewhere where it’s more likely to become damaged and its life span could become shorter
MAXIMUM FINE FOR FAILURE: $18,000
Tagged / documented
You need to keep accurate records of each and every legally required test:
until the next test or,
until the equipment is thrown out
MAXIMUM FINE FOR FAILURE: $6,000
Withdrawn from use if it’s used and untested MAXIMUM FINE FOR FAILURE: $18,000
Schools & Education
When the buck stops with you, get a professional.
You have a duty of care – so your electronics need proper testing – to keep your children safe.
We can help. SafeNT can carry out a risk assessment to make sure you’re going beyond your legal obligations with safe, well-documented electrical testing and tagging of electronics.
We’ll get your school compliant by carefully inspecting, rigorously testing and meticulously documenting your electricals – so you minimise risk.
Frequent items we test in schools, colleges and universities include:
Air conditioning units
Computers, IT equipment and televisions
Industrial vacuums and cleaning tools
Schools & Education
Getting your school safe: you need the highest standards.
We strictly follow the Australia/New Zealand Standard 3760:2010. It’s the 42 page document which lays out the specifications for proper electronic testing. Our experienced engineers have a process to make sure your electricals are compliant to the 3760:2010 standard — so your school is safe.
If any piece of equipment fails our rigorous examination, it’ll be immediately tagged and flagged – to make sure no risk is spread.
Have you regularly had your electrical devices inspected?
Don’t risk the dangers to your employees, business & property
Direct electrical shock can result injury or harm to employees, customers or students. RCD devices may not protect in some cases.
Unsafe Electrical Appliances and equipment can result in electrical fires leading to loss of property, productivity, injury or death.
Northern Territory Health & Safety Law requires electrical devices and appliances are inspected on a regular basis to ensure they are safe. Workplace managers are responsible for maintaining a safe workplace.
Failing to operate safe electrical devices may result in not being insured. This could have a devastating effect on your business. Don’t risk not being insured.
Loss due to operational downtime can cost your business, prevention is the best strategy to ensure you are able to operate.
Our 5 step process to keep your
workplace safe & your business compliant
We’ll make a proper visual inspection to make sure there are no obvious defects in your electrical equipment.
We make sure there are no obvious faults with the equipment. This helps flags potentially hazardous problems early on.
Your electronic equipment will go through a deep testing process to certify that it is safe to use.
We’ll put a physical tag on your equipment, to show that it’s safe to use. If it’s hazardous to use, we’ll clearly mark it, and let you know right away.
We’ll document the test results for your electrical inventory and give you a copy of your test results. The test data is also securely stored on our servers – for your peace of mind.
You’ll get a precise report with an overview, along with specific test details and a copy of the test results database – so you’ll have a birds-eye view on your electrical inventory. Finally, we’ll provide you a framed certificate of AS 3760 compliance.
Get a free quote today and expert advice on how we can Test and Tag your electrical devices and protect your people, business and property