At NLT, we can offer flexible, tailored maintenance packages that are customisable to the type and needs of your business.
There’s no limit to the size of organisation. We can design an electrical maintenance package for small local businesses, to large, multi-site corporations.
With a dedicated NLT project manager on hand, your electrical maintenance package will be carefully formulated between yourself and our highly trained team. This allows us to ensure our services align with your facility requirements. So, whether you need us on-site for half a day each week, or for ten hours a day, six days a week, we can create a maintenance package that’s right for you.
Alongside the flexibility of our maintenance packages, we can also be fully flexible around your production requirements. Therefore your business and workforce incur no downtime and can get on with your day-to-day, uninterrupted.
The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 requires that any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury is maintained to a safe condition.
Although the regulations don’t specify how often appliances need to be tested, the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) recommends that each appliance needs a regular inspection and testing schedule. This ensures the safety of the business premises and employees within them.
Along with the HSE, insurance companies are increasingly wanting evidence that electrical installations to public, commercial and industrial locations are safe.
Inspection and testing should be undertaken by a person with:
- The right equipment to conduct the tests
- The knowledge and ability to use the test equipment properly
- The ability to properly understand the test results
Around a quarter of all reported electrical accidents at work involve portable appliances. These can cause electric shock if not correctly maintained and are easily avoidable through a proper maintenance schedule.
Keeping your electrical appliances at work safe is something all employers should take seriously. Protecting their workforce and business premises should be the number one priority.Unsure if your appliances need testing? Discuss your requirements today.