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PAT Testing

PAT Testing (Portable Appliance Testing) is the standard method of checking the safety of any electrical appliance that has a plug.

Our PAT Testing Service

A fully qualified PAT testing engineer will attend site to carry out your portable appliance testing in accordance with the IET Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment. Each engineer is qualified to city & guilds 2377 certification and has had enhanced DBS vetting.

At the client’s request, each appliance on site will be visually inspected and tested for electrical safety. If there are sensitive areas such as comms equipment, fire alarm or CCTV that cannot be switched off a full visual inspection can be carried out.

Each appliance will be labelled with a unique barcoded number and will state the retest date once fully tested.

If any appliances are deemed ‘not fit for use’ and ‘fail’ after the electrical safety inspection the client will be informed and a detailed explanation of any problems found.

Upon completion of the job the client will receive a full report and certificate.

Why Office Test?

Extensive experience

Office Test takes care of the compliance needs of more than 5500 clients across the UK

We work across all industry sectors


Industry leading service professionals

Office Test engineers, electricians, trainers and consultants are all experts in their field

All our service professionals are DBS checked as a minimum

Our staff are always fully uniformed and carry a photo ID


Premium level of customer service

Office Test provides each of our clients with a dedicated account manager

We ensure our service is always delivered with the minimum disruption

Our online client area provides secure 24/7/365 access to reports


Work completed to the highest standards

Office Test holds all the relevant accreditations and industry memberships

We ensure all work is completed to British Standards

Our Clients

Our Accreditations

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Legal Requirements

  • The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
  • Health & Safety at Work act 1974
  • The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999