All pat testing work will be carried out according to the Institute of Electrical Engineers (lET) Code of Practice for In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment and to the standards set out by the NICEIC.
Because the lET code of practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment does not deal with the legislation relating to the supply of equipment, whether new or second-hand, to a third party, by way of sale or other method, PlugCheck PAT Testing will not test any equipment which is intended for supply to a third party. Any equipment made available for supply at any time after being tested by PlugCheck PAT Testing will null and void the test results.
PlugCheck PAT Testing accepts no liability for Injury, loss or damage, for appliances that are not made available or are inaccessible during the agreed pat testing / inspection period.
The customer shall ensure that any critical information or data has been protected / backed up prior to the start of inspection and testing.
PlugCheck PAT Testing provides insurance cover for public liability. No liability is accepted for business interruption, loss of data or business information, losses to business related services or loss to business profits.
PlugCheck PAT Testing accepts no liability for injury, loss or damage to appliances that are found to be faulty before or after pat testing.
All PAT testing is carried out solely at the appliance owner's risk. Appliances will be switched off during testing, it is the clients responsibility to check that any appliances are restored to normal operation after testing is completed.
Payment is due within 14 days from date of invoice.
By engaging PlugCheck PAT Testing to test your equipment,
you confirm that you accept our Terms and Conditions as set out above.