Apollo Testers Have Broad Workplace Inspection Capabilities
11th July 2014
Seaward’s latest generation portable appliance testers combine electrical safety testing with a comprehensive data logging capability for all workplace health and safety equipment, systems and conditions.
This means that, alongside the risk assessment, inspection and testing of portable appliances and electrical equipment, the Apollo 500 and Apollo 600 testers can create special user defined documentation to record and store all the vital information associated with work place preventative maintenance tasks, tests and inspections.
For example, user generated forms can be created for the workplace inspections and testing associated with legionnaires disease, fire alarm systems, the condition of fire extinguishers emergency lighting, ladders and access systems and all other critical safety matters.
For many of these applications, the testers can also produce formal inspection and test certificates for permanent paper records of all inspections undertaken.
In addition, for complete record keeping and traceability purposes, the Apollo 600 tester also incorporates a built-in digital camera to enable high quality images to be tagged against sites, locations and asset IDs as part of comprehensive workplace documentation systems.
Once created by the Apollo testers the inspection logs can be used as part of ongoing in-house preventative maintenance schedules or downloaded into workplace records managed by health and safety personnel, facilities managers and estates departments.
Both the Apollo 600 and Apollo 500 multipurpose testers have been designed in line with the latest IET Code of Practice recommendations for maintaining the safety of electrical appliances. Both include a comprehensive range of standard electrical safety tests, alongside a range of special features that include the ability to test permanently connected appliances and 3 phase electrical equipment.<< back to all Seaward news