Welcome to Pulse Test & Tag Green Bay
We understand the importance of ensuring the safety of your workplace, employees, and customers. One crucial aspect of electrical safety is regular testing and tagging of your electrical equipment.
But why is it necessary to test and tag your electrical equipment? The answer is simple: It’s about safeguarding lives and property. Electrical appliances and tools are an integral part of any business, but they can pose serious risks if not properly maintained. Regular testing and tagging ensure your equipment is safe to use, reducing the risk of electrical faults, fires, and accidents.
Why choose us?
- Compliance with Regulations: In New Zealand, businesses are legally obligated to comply with electrical safety regulations. Regular testing and tagging help you meet these requirements, ensuring that you operate within the law.
- Employee Safety: Your employees are your most valuable asset. By testing and tagging electrical equipment, you demonstrate your commitment to its safety. Faulty appliances can cause electric shocks and other injuries, which can be prevented through regular inspections.
- Preventing Accidents: Electrical faults are a leading cause of workplace accidents. Testing and tagging identify potential issues before they escalate, preventing accidents and creating a safer work environment.
- Peace of Mind: Knowing that your electrical equipment is tested and tagged provides peace of mind. It allows you to focus on your core business activities, knowing that you have taken proactive measures to ensure a secure workplace.
At Pulse Test & Tag, we specialise in comprehensive testing and tagging services tailored to meet your specific needs. Our team of skilled professionals utilises state-of-the-art equipment to conduct thorough inspections, ensuring compliance and safety.
Don’t compromise on safety; trust us to keep your workplace secure. Contact us today for expert test and tag services in New Zealand.
|Construction, Building, Demolition
|Factory settings, Production Facilities, and Warehouse Locations
|Locations where equipment and cords are prone to flexing and regular use in locations such as offices, schools, child care centres, office kitchens, cafes, restaurants, and retail stores.
|Locations where the equipment is not prone to flexing and regular use in locations such as store rooms, server rooms, and isolated equipment used on an irregular basis.