Is an Electrical Tester the only measure for Electrical Inspections and Tests?
Date: 02 September 2020
Portable appliance testers are necessary for testing the safety of a wide variety of equipment in offices, construction sites, warehouses and any place of business. They are used to perform crucial electrical tests required by the AS/NZS 3760.
Electrical Testing – Managing Risk & Identifying Hazards
Date: 24 August 2020
Learn more about our Electrical Testing & Tagging courses and how they can benefit your business.
Testing of residual current devices
Date: 03 March 2020
The person with Management or control of a workplace must ensure that RCDs used at a workplace are tested regularly by a competent person to ensure
What Happens When My Portable Appliance Testing Shows Non-Compliance?
Date: 26 May 2019
The Portable Appliance Testers (PAT) will automatically conduct the following tests for: Class 1 equipment - earth continuity and insulation test; Class 2 equipment (insulation test) and leads and EPODs - earth continuity test, insulation test and polarity.
Workplace electronic test equipment - isn't just for electricians
Date: 11 January 2019
In case you had wondered about workplace electronic test equipment, it isn't just for electricians. This equipment is available for those qualified in the UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, codes and practices in the workplace and the UEENEEP026A Conduct in service safety testing of electrical cord assemblies and cord connected equipment courses.
Electrical equipment testing - Classes of Equipment
Date: 10 March 2018
We've previously mentioned during the test tag course that electricity,as we all know, can be dangerous and can kill.
Higher Risk Work Environments and Electrical Tagging
Date: 06 January 2018
Learn more about our electrical tagging course and how it could help you now. Or call us today on 1300 730 699.
Electrical Test and Tag Course for Specific Hazard & Risk Control
Date: 07 September 2017
A common hazard is fire resulting from an electrical fault. So who are the individuals who must manage electrical risks?
How an electrical tagging course can save your business & your life
Date: 08 August 2017
Learn more about our electrical tagging course and how it could help you and your business now. Call 1300 730 699.
Date: 01 February 2016
ASQA review the Security Training industry
Apple recalls chargers
Date: 28 January 2016
In a rare move, Apple announces some chargers may be faulty and should be replaced.
Christmas closing dates
Date: 25 November 2015
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New Web site
Date: 16 September 2015
More user-friendly site
New Training Package - Energy Utilities Industry Skills Council Ltd
Date: 01 June 2015
Energy Utilities Industry Skills Council Ltd trading as EE-Oz Training Standards is the Australian Government declared Industry Skills Council for the ElectroComms and EnergyUtilities industries.
WorkCover NSW has introduced requirements for Residual current devices (RCDs).
Date: 30 May 2015
RCD's are commonly referred to as ?safety switches?. They are an electrical safety device designed to immediately switch off the supply of electricity
Requirement for Residual Current Devices
Date: 21 April 2015
rom 1 January 2013 requirements for residual current devices (RCDs) applied to workplaces where ?plug in? electrical equipment (electrical equipment supplied with electricity through a socket