A County Durham electronics manufacturer has recognised the training success of a number of staff members with a special awards ceremony.
Peterlee-based Seaward recently awarded certificates to 10 production line assembly staff who have successfully gained a range of training qualifications including intermediate apprenticeships, business improvement techniques and… Read More »
This issue covers:
Faulty adaptors prompt safety warning
An integrated approach to electrical safety testing
Electrical appliance fire risk warning
Appliance safety risks highlighted by fire and rescue services
Counterfeit electrical products pose a growing safety problem
Importance of using correct test instrumentation
PAT provides all… Read More »
Investment in new test technology has enabled a leading manufacturer of industrial and commercial lighting products to significantly reduce production line test times, increasing productivity and manufacturing efficiencies.
Hadar Lighting designs and manufactures a wide range of lighting fixtures, including systems for hazardous areas in industrial and commercial… Read More »
Advanced portable appliance testing instrumentation is helping the facilities management team at HM Winchester Prison fulfil a range of essential health and safety responsibilities.
Following last year’s transfer of facilities management services at a number of prisons to Carillion, the FM team at Winchester is using a Seaward Apollo 600 tester to combine electrical… Read More »
April saw the launch of the Seaward substitution opportunity. However, all good things must end and the same goes for the part exchange programme, which ends on the 31st May.
Open to everyone involved with using PAT equipment, whether that is running a business, or as a duty holder, the substitution scheme aims to help people get access to the best most up to date equipment… Read More »