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Are You Gambling with Your Future?

  • Your Insurance?

    Is there a clause in your insurance policy to ensure that you have your electrics maintained?

  • Employees

    Do you employ more than six people?

If the answer is yes to any of the above questions then you have a duty of care to get your electrics checked on a regular basis and maintained in a safe manner.

Know The Facts

Type of installationMex period between inspections
Cinemas1 Year
Churches (under 5 years)2 Years
Churches (over 5 years)1 Year
Leisure Complex1 Year
Places of public entertainment1 Year
Restaurants, hotels & theatres1 Year
Agricultural & horticultural3 Years
Caravans3 Years
Caravan sites1 Year
Highway power supplies6 Years
Emergency lighting3 Years
Fire alarms1 Year
Launderettes1 Year
Petrol filling stations1 Year
Temporary installations3 Months

Your Protection is Key

Electrical Safety Group can offer you a FREE Visual Electrical Risk Assessment on your business premises.

This specialist Electrical Inspection Service will tell you whether your premises are safe – helping to protect your staff, your business and helping to comply with industry standards on electrical safety and to help meet your insurance and legal requirements. Each year approximately 1000 accidents at work involving electric shock or burns are reported to the Health & Safety Executive (HSE), around 30 of these are fatal. Poor electrical installations and faulty electrical appliances can lead to fires which may also cause death and injury to others. Most of these accidents can be avoided by careful planning and straightforward precautions.

What Can We Do For You?

We can help outline the basic measures to help you control the risks from your use of electricity at work. The first stage in controlling risk is to carry out a risk assessment in order to identify what needs to be done, this is a legal requirement for all risks at work. All electrical equipment and installations should be maintained to prevent danger. It is strongly recommended that this includes visual inspection and where necessary testing. It is recommended that businesses are inspected and tested periodically by a competent person. Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is also an essential part of a good health and safety policy. Electrical Safety Group are able to offer a regular program of maintenance, inspection, and testing of appliances and machinery to help ensure clients can continue to operate in a safe manner while fully complying with all relevant regulations. The prime responsibility is placed on Employers, Directors, and Managers There should not be any disruption to your business. Our engineers will always discuss the process in details before starting.

FREE Visual Electrical Risk Assessment

If you would like to take advantage of our FREE Visual Electrical Risk Assessment then call the number below or apply online by clicking Here

Information For Landlords

The electrical safety bodies warn landlords who rent out property to make sure their electrical systems are regularly checked to ensure their tenants are protected from dangerous electrics which cause 10 deaths, 750 serious injuries and over 12,500 fires every year .A landlord is responsible for maintaining the electrical installation in their property and for having it inspected and tested at least every 10 years or on change of occupancy. Before a tenant moves into a property or signs a tenancy agreement, a responsible landlord should look at the sockets and plugs and follow the guidelines below to spot for dangers and if there are faults, to get them corrected by a government-authorised electrician.

Tell-tale signs of problems include:

  • Old, badly worn or broken switches and sockets
  • A burning or ‘marzipan’ smell from overheating wiring
  • Frayed, cut or damaged leads
  • Cracked or damaged cases on plugs or appliances
  • Burn marks on plugs, leads or appliances
  • Loose cord grips in plugs or appliances
  • Fuses in plugs that blow repeatedly indicate a problem – Never replace the fuse with one of a higher rating than recommended or some other conductive material as this may lead to overheating and a possible fire

Essential Safety Tips for landlords:

  • Make sure you know how to turn off the electricity supply and that you know where the fuse box is located
  • Don’t use shaver sockets or adapters to run appliances other than electric shavers
  • Never use any mains powered electrical appliance with wet hands
  • Never obstruct ventilation grills or cover an electric heater
  • Only supply appliances for use outdoors if they are protected by a residual current device (RCD)
  • Never run appliance leads or extension leads under carpets or rugs, through doorways or in other vulnerable locations and always fully unwind an extension lead before using it
  • Never place and use an electric heater close to furniture or fittings

FREE Visual Electrical Safety Survey

17 Point Check

The survey includes an intensive 17-point visual safety check, covering all areas of a domestic electrical installation from the consumer unit and earthing system, to the sockets, switches and light fittings.

A complete Survey with full explanation

Our surveyors will always take the time to fully explain the results of the survey in plain and easy to understand language.

Your safety and peace of mind

Our aim is to ensure that you, the homeowner, are better informed, and most importantly, safer.

To apply for your FREE Visual Electrical Safety Survey

5 Years Of Free Call Outs

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Free LED lighting or safety survey

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