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All businesses have an obligation to maintain their duty of care to their employees, customers and anyone attending a worksite. Employers are required to take all reasonable steps to provide a safe, hazard-free workplace. This includes having an electrical maintenance program that identifies electrical hazards, conducts appropriate risk-assessment and controls, or eliminates these risks.

The AS/NZ3760:2010 Standard clearly outlines that regular testing and tagging of portable electrical appliances is optimal for creating a safe workplace.

If you work in construction, demolition and mining, all electrical equipment must be inspected, tested and tagged every three months, as per the AS/NZ3012:2010 Standard. In some instances, you might arrive to a job without your equipment tagged and be turned away from the site until you have had your equipment adequately tested. There are specific colour-coded tags that correspond to specific months of the year to outline if the equipment has been tagged in line with the three-month intervals.

Pulse Test & Tag operators conduct the testing and tagging process and upon completion, provide you with a comprehensive report on completion.

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