Test and Tagging

New Zealand electrical safety regulations requires that employers must implement regular inspections and testing of specified electrical equipment, when such equipment is made available for use by staff. Other than the legal requirement, the main reason is SAFETY. In the world we live in today, you can't afford not to do everything within your power to ensure that you and your employees are made as safe as possible. By having all your 'plug-in' electrical equipment inspected, Tested and Tagged on a regular basis you are enabling any damaged or unsafe  equipment to be found and repaired or removed before anyone is seriously injured or killed by it, as well as preventing any potential damage to your business premises.

What needs to be Tested & Tagged?

All electrical equipment connected to the electrical supply by a flexible cord and/or connecting device, which is already in service, has been serviced or repaired, is returning to service from a second-hand sale, or is available for hire. The interval between testings are dependent on what type of environment the equipment is to be used in.

Aotea Electric's Test & Tag Service

We can offer our customers a comprehensive Test & Tag service, providing the following information:

  • a register of your electrical equipment
  • a record of formal inspections and tests
  • a repair register
  • a record of all faulty equipment showing details of services or corrective actions.



Test and Tagging in New Zealand

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