Our current price guide is detailed below, as I am sure you will notice our prices are far lower than your average electricians prices, this is because we specialise only in PAT testing which keeps are prices down.

Our price includes:

  • Careful visual inspection of equipment.
  • Electrical test following IEE guidelines appropriate to the equipment under test.
  • Pass and Fail labeling for all items
  • Certificates and reports supplied on paper or on CD ROM.
  • Note taken of any potential electrical safety problems observed in the course of testing – you will be informed of any concerns so that you can deal with them as you see fit.

We charge a minimum price of £125.00 (which covers up to 50 PAT tests after which the below price becomes applicable).

 

Number of items to be PAT tested Price per item* 

 

51 – 500
£1.25
500 + £1.00

 

Fuse Replacement 25p
Re-wire Existing plug £1.50
Replacement plug £4.50
Replacement I.E.C LEAD £7.50
Any other Leads CALL
Removing Casework CALL
Re-test of any repairs Free

 


In most cases we do not charge for travelling or other expenses.

 

 

What items need to be PAT tested?

Any electrical item that is fitted with a plug generally requires PAT testing – Examples of portable appliances include computers and their accessories, photocopiers, printers, heaters, televisions, VCRs, hairdryers, food mixers, kettles, cleaners, fans, drills, work tools, fridge / freezers and extension leads.

 

Are we qualified to carry out PAT testing?

Yes,  At One Stop Testing Equipment we are fully qualified to the latest qualifications.

 

Does my equipment need to be PAT tested?

The Electricity at Work Regulations place a legal responsibility on employers, employees and self-employed persons to comply with the provisions of the regulations and take reasonably practicable steps to ensure that no danger results from the use of such equipment. This in effect requires the implementation of a systematic and regular program of maintenance, inspection and testing.

 

How often should my equipment be PAT tested?

This is normally required once a year, a bit like a cars MOT but sometimes it can vary and we will inform you when the next test would be due.

 

Do you offer a free quotation?

Yes just check our price guide page to gain a free quote.

 

How long does it take to carry out PAT testing?

It does vary from Job to Job but usually around 25 items an hour.

 

If you have any other questions feel free to contact us as we are always happy to help!

If your equipment is not PAT Tested and someone has an accident resulting in a faulty electrical item then you can end up in serious trouble – by PAT testing you cover yourselves, have peace of mind that the equipment is safe and no harm will come to any users. In many cases you will not be able to carry out work at clients premises unless your equipment has a valid pat test certificate.

 

Examples of portable appliances include computers and their accessories, photocopiers, printers, heaters, televisions, VCRs, hairdryers, food mixers, kettles, cleaners, fans, drills, work tools, fridge / freezers and extension leads.

 

The Health & Safety Executive states that 25% of all reportable electrical accidents involve portable appliances. The Electricity at Work Regulations place a legal responsibility on employers, employees and self-employed persons to comply with the provisions of the regulations and take reasonably practicable steps to ensure that no danger results from the use of such equipment. This in effect requires the implementation of a systematic and regular program of maintenance, inspection and testing. The Health & Safety at Work Act (1974) places such an obligation in the following circumstances:

 

1.       Where appliances are used by employees.

2.       Where the public may use appliances in establishments such as schools, hotels, shops etc.

3.       Where appliances are supplied or hired.

4.       Where appliances are repaired or serviced.

 

Pat testing or portable appliance testing is an important part of any health & safety policy

Failure to comply with the Electrical Regulations may constitute a criminal offence under the Consumer Protection Act 1987 which carries a maximum penalty on summary conviction of a £5,000 fine and/or 6 months imprisonment. Landlords and letting agents could also be sued in Civil Law under the duty of care for failure to ensure the tenants safety and as a result, face punitive damages.