Testing and tagging involves both a visual inspection and the electrical testing of in-service equipment for personal safety (including all portable appliances and some relocatable or fixed equipment, depending on its method of connection to the electrical source).
A well planned program of preventive maintenance, with regular electrical safety checks, is the ideal way to avoid unnecessary and unfortunate accidents, as well as the legal ramifications that follow.
This gives you piece of mind knowing that you and your family are safe, as are your staff and collegues... plus your tools, office equipment and appliances are kept in a safe working order.
Maintaining your tools and equipment in perfect working order, lessens the chance of electrical fault, even fire - which protects your insurance cover.
Almost every item that plugs into a power point in the home or workplace should be included in a regular maintenance inspection program.