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PAT Testing News Round-Up - Issue 16
28th September 2012

Issue 16 of our PAT Testing News Round-Up - A bulletin that contains the latest PAT Testing news has now been published.


To mark its 30th anniversary, electrical test specialist Seaward is holding its own ‘Best of British’ celebration with a special PAT promotion. For a limited period only, the Seaward PAT Celebration will giveaway a host of free PAT accessories alongside every PrimeTest 50 or PrimeTest 100 sold...
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Rising electrical fire danger sparks official warning

New research from the Electrical Safety Council shows a rise in fires caused by the misuse of electrical appliances in the home. Appliance misuse is already the top cause of all fires in British homes with millions of people committing everyday safety ’blunders’ without realising the risk of fire...
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Contractor’s breach created electrocution risk

The HSE has penalised a refrigeration and air-conditioning company that left an electrical system in a dangerous condition, thereby exposing workers to the risk of an electric shock, or electrocution. Coolcheck Refrigeration Ltd was contracted to disconnect a refrigerated counter unit...
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New NICEIC guide

The NICEIC has produced its most comprehensive on site guide for Domestic Electrical Installers. The new 316 page book features the most up-to-date and relevant information for contractors involved with electrical installation work in the home...
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Safe isolation App from ESC

Leading safety charity, the Electrical Safety Council (ESC), has launched an Android version of its Safe Isolation app. Originally only available for use with Apple devices, the success of the app has resulted in the ESC extending its availability for use with Android-operated devices...
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Fire brigades urge households to be electrical safe

The Government´s Fire Kills campaign and Fire and Rescue Services joined forces with the Electrical Safety Council for Electrical Fire Safety Week, from 24th - 30th September 2012. Every year nationwide 350,000 people are injured and 70 people killed in incidents involving electricity...
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