Commercial Fixed Wire Testing

Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)

Commercial Fixed Wire Testing

Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)

Commercial Fixed Wire Testing

Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)

Commercial Fixed Wire Testing Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)

We provide electrical testing using high-performance systems and techniques to assess the safety and compliance of your electrical circuits.

Our electrotechnicians work closely with you to ensure that disruptions are kept to a minimum. We recognise the importance of providing a
hassle-free service and always tailor our services to meet your needs. Any uncompliant devices, wires, connectors or hazardous supply points are reported directly to the Health & Safety Manager to arrange correction.

The test and inspection services are carried out thoroughly and in compliance with the NICEIC regulations, ensuring the functionality of all cabling and connectors throughout the site grounds. Once the inspection is complete, you will receive a full Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) of our findings, and any necessary updates or modifications will be made accordingly.

What our services include:

  •     NICEIC Certification upon completion of a full fixed wire test.
  •     A detailed Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR). A thorough test and inspect of all electrical installations.
  •     Testing during working hours and/or overnight.
  •     A dedicated on-site contract manager to support you with any questions or queries.
  •       A free no-obligation quotation.

 

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Are you compliant?

Sufficient cabling is essential, not only for the safety of you and your employees but also for compliance with building insurance requirements. Electrical installations can deteriorate for a number of reasons – wear and tear being one of the most common. However, the rate of deterioration is dependent on the frequency or type of use.

Below is a list of establishments and typical time-frames in which test and inspect products should be assessed:

Every five years

  • Educational facilities; schools, colleges etc.
  • Commercial and retail
  • Laboratories

Every three years

  • Businesses serving industrial sectors; factories.
  •  Leisure and entertainment facilities; gyms, cinemas etc.
  •  Petrol stations

Every six months

  •  Construction sites
  •  Swimming centres

Reporting

  • Our reporting services include:
  • Full test report
  • Schematic drawing of the electrical installation
  • NICEIC certificate
  • List of any defects (C1, C2, C3)
  • Remedial works and costings

Legal Obligations

The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 states that employers must be responsible for all Health & Safety throughout the workplace. Under the Electricity at Work Regulations, 1989 precautions MUST be implemented to avoid death or personal injury.

 

Failure to comply can lead to prosecution in the instance of any electrical injuries in the workplace, so it’s essential to get your electrics tested according to the guidelines.