Teesside Pat testing and Inspection is a local service for the Teesside and sourounding area, T-P-T are local to serve local business needs in Pat Testing. We offer a friendly polite service with very competitive rates but still offer a full professional service to our very varied clients.
Many of our clients are returning customers and we always welcome new clients and we are rated 5 stars on Yell.com and other places.
When you book T-P-T for your testing we will maintain the same cost ratio for 5 years ensuring your costs remain static when you rebook.
T-P-T use the latest cllibrated Seaward equipment and are IET 5th Edition compliant.
T-P-T ensures your workplace electrical equipment is safe and to mitigate any insurance claim for fire or personal injury as Pat testing is the way forward to meet the many regulations around health and safety of electrical equipment and shows you are showing "due dilligence" and meeting/retaining your ISO standard and public liabilty requirments insurance
T-P-T have many clients on and around Teesside from Dental surgeries, Salons,private baby scan clinics, Vets,industrial fabricators, pharmaceutical labs, car retailers, shops large and small, self-employed equipment, car repair establishments, profession photographers, building contractors, pubs, Private Landlords, Fabricators, IT companies, Large packing business, care homes, children’s homes, and many other varied clients in and around Teesside. T-P-T cater for all clients as every client is simply not the same, we offer a bespoke service to fit in with you and your requirements .
T-P-T also make building site visits in and around the area tresting self emplyed/company equipment on site, T-P-T test 110V/230V/415V equipment
T-P-T are qualified proffessional established Pat Testers based on Teesside we are full PATTA members and we follow the guidance set by PATTA. A fully approved members list is available from the PATTA website.
A health and safety briefing provided by the IET.
The UK Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) states at Regulation 4(1): “Every employer shall ensure that work equipment is so constructed or adopted as to be suitable for the purpose for which it is used or provided.”The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 states at Regulation 4(2): “As may be necessary to prevent danger, all systems shall be maintained so as to prevent so far as reasonably practicable, such danger.”
This means that employers (and the self-employed) must ensure that all electrical work equipment is safe, suitable for the purpose and properly maintained in good order, If you have any questions relating to pat testing please use the “contact us page” and TPT will be more than happy to give free advice. and NO sales pressure at all.
TPT staff also take a full certificated ofsted approved first aid course every three years, and are enhanced DBS certified.
TPT Teesside.....For all your Pat Testing needs