Electrical Remedial Works

As stated by the law, Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 (EAWR) places a legal responsibility on employers and employees, as duty holders, to ensure that electrical systems used at work under their control are safe.


With this in mind, having your remedial works carefully planned out and executed is essential.


Once you have had the required Fixed Wire Testing / Electrical Inspection Condition Report (EICR) completed by a qualified electrician, you can expect to be presented with the findings of those various inspections and testing.


It is likely that there will be a Code 1 and or Code 2 located on the premises, which, by law, require immediate care.

 

Evidence of the completion of work needs to be logged, to guarantee that you are legally covered. 


We ensure that any outstanding corrective work is completed in a timely manner, as well as proceeding to update records accordingly too. 


Duty holders have a legal responsibly to uphold, so must ensure that electrical systems used at their place of work are safe.

 

If an electrical hazard or incident were to occur and it is found that you are not compliant from a legal stance, insurance companies will reject any claim. Furthermore, if a serious incident occurs under your watch and you are found to be non-compliant, penalties can result in hefty fines and or jail time.


Why use Protest ES Ltd?


-    We handle the burden, storing data in real-time, meaning that any corrective actions are updated and documented on a consistent basis


-    Receive swift quotations, with testing reports and completed remedial works evidence safely and securely stored, so legal compliance can clearly be demonstrated


-    Gain an exclusive account manager who will oversee the whole remedial process


-    Updates and information on any upcoming service requirements 

 

To find out more about our fixed wire testing remedial service – call today on 01604 696113.

 

For further explanation of our fixed wire testing remedial service, please see below...

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Our Remedial Process Explained

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