FTS Safety Solutions are pleased to announce that they have been accepted as a registered member of the PAT Testing Network. This is an association of PAT Testers from across the UK, offering a regulated service to exacting standards …
Supporting The PAT Testing Network
Once accepted, members of the network can display the ‘registered member’ logo. The network is made up of professional PAT testers who offer a regulated service to organisations large and small who are in need of PAT Testing.
Are you happy with the service your PAT testing company provided? Did they find anything you didn’t expect? Did they bother to explain the dangers of what they found? You would be very surprised at some of the things that a professional tester finds – from burnt out sockets where heaters have overloaded the circuit to nails and screws being used as a replacement fuses!When your business requires pat testing do you really understand the legislation, your legal requirements and how often you should get your equipment PAT tested? Well, if you’re not sure, you could always ask FTS Safety Solutions or any other member of the PAT Testing network.
Remember, FTS always supply a final report indicating the appliances that have failed and the action that should be taken, any repairs to be carried out and other things that have been found that may require action not associated with the PAT testing itself.
Until next time …Remember that FTS Safety Solutions is a professional, approved testing company that can help and advise on your testing needs. Call us on 0330 6600264, click here to ping over an email or visit our website to find out more.When we carry out an inspection on an appliance, one of the first things that we do is open the plug and check the fuse. That’s when we find that piece of tin foil being used as a replacement fuse! Unfortunately, some unapproved companies fail to check the fuses to speed up the certification process for busy clients. Of course, these common mistakes are highly dangerous to both the business and its staff.