So the end of the Seaward Substitution scheme is almost over.
We’ve had a great month with lots of you lovely people getting in the Seaward team and substituting your PAT testers.
We’ve finished your special PAT testing mini-series in celebration of the substitution opportunity. But, don’t worry if you missed any of the posts, here’s a quick link for… Read More »
In celebration of the Seaward Substitution Scheme, which runs all through May, we’re continuing our special PAT mini-series. Each post focuses on a different aspect of the PAT testing industry. This fourth and final post in our series looks at counterfeiters and faulty appliances.
PAT testing infographic
COUNTERFEITERS AND FAULTY APPLIANCES
Despite the best… Read More »
Predominantly this is a question we don’t get very often, but is one that sometimes persists among some.
However, most of the people we encounter take calibration and having correct operational equipment very seriously, but it’s still important to look at the reasons why calibrating a PAT tester is so vital.
Well the simple reason calibration is so important is… Read More »
In recent months after a period of great expectation, an independent review of the UK’s product recall system and the Government’s response to this was published.
One body that has heavily campaigned for such a review is Electrical Safety First, who have carried out research which shockingly suggests that only 10-20% of recalled electrical appliances are ever returned.… Read More »
In celebration of the Seaward Substitution Scheme, which runs all through May, we’re continuing our special PAT mini-series. Each post focuses on a different aspect of the PAT testing industry. This third post looks at failures and faults.
FAILURES AND FAULTS
It is inevitable that when a PAT testing procedure is initially brought into a workplace, there is likely to be… Read More »