Test and Tag Company Sunshine Coast

Test and tag Sunshine Coast

Our expert technicians ensure compliance with Australian standards. We offer a wide range of services, from safety inspections and leakage testing to electrical equipment assessment.

With timely notifications and detailed reports, we keep businesses in line with Workplace Health & Safety regulations SA.

Trust us for competitive rates, covering a wide range of electrical equipment and electrical appliance types and ensuring safety switches are in check. Clients benefit from our efficient Portable Appliance Testers and meticulous record keeping.

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About Our Technicians

At The Local Guys – Test & Tag, all technicians are Franchise Partners. This means you are working with the owner of a small business local to your area, rather than just an employee. As a result, our technicians take pride in their business and are dedicated to providing the highest quality service possible to their clients.

All of our test and tag technicians are required to have a current:

  • Police Clearance Check
  • Working With Children Check (WWCC)
  • First Aid Certificate
  • Test and tag licence
  • White Card
  • Driver’s Licence and Branded Vehicle
  • All technicians are uniformed and have $20,000,000 in Public Liability Insurance.
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    Our Test and Tag Sunshine Coast Service Includes:

    Experience peace of mind with our Test and Tag Adelaide service, designed to safeguard your business:

    • Visual Inspection: Our skilled team performs a thorough visual inspection, identifying defects in cords, appliances, and plugs to ensure safety.
    • Electrical Testing: Utilising high-quality electric testing Portable Appliance Testers, we verify the safe and efficient operation of your appliances.
    • Detailed Reporting: Each tested item is diligently logged, with precise locations and individual barcodes assigned. A Certificate of Compliance adds assurance.
    • Timely Reminders: We manage your testing schedule, providing a reminder service for future assessments, eliminating any worries.
    Moreover, your choice of The Local Guys Test and Tag Adelaide goes beyond safety – you’re also supporting World Vision Australia, as $5 is donated with every completed job. Trust us for thorough electrical testing, promoting safety and making a positive impact.

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    QUESTIONS ANSWERED...

    Who is qualified to perform electrical test and tagging?

    As per the AS/NZS 3760:2010 Standard, electrical test and tagging must only be completed by a ‘competent person’ in Australia. To be deemed as competent, an individual needs to gain a test and tag licence by completing the relevant test and tag course.

    At The Local Guys – Test & Tag, all technicians are fully qualified and complete ongoing company training to remain up to date and proficient in the latest skills and industry knowledge.
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    What is electrical test and tag?

    Electrical test and tagging is the process of checking the safety of portable electrical appliances. This service is completed as a precautionary safety measure to ensure that the appliances used at a workplace are safely operating and in good working order. The purpose of test and tagging is to prevent (or reduce the risk of) electrical hazards, such as electrical shocks and fires.

    Test and tagging consists of four parts:

  • Visual inspection–The item is visually inspected for any damage or faults to the appliance or cord. The appliance must visually be in good working order to pass the test.
  • Electrical Test–Using a Portable Appliance Tester (PAT), we electronically test the item to determine if it is functioning correctly.
  • Tagging the item–The item will be labelled with a company tag to signify that it has been tested. This tag will include the test date, due date and the technician’s licence number. If the item fails the test, it will be tagged with an ‘Out of Service’ tag to clearly show the item is unsafe for use.
  • Reporting–You will receive a completion report outlining the items tested, failed items, recommendations, due dates, etc.
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    How often do I need to have my test and tagging completed?

    The frequency of test and tagging varies depending on the environment you are in.
    • Construction, demolition and mining must be completed every 3 months
    • Workshop and manufacturing must be completed every 6 months
    • Office environments is to be completed every 12 months to 5 years

    If you are unsure how often you should have your test and tagging completed, feel free to have a chat with one of our qualified technicians.


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    Am I required to have electrical test and tagging done? Is it a legal requirement?

    As per Occupational Health and Safety requirements, businesses are required to ensure a safe work environment. Employers are required to take all reasonable steps to provide a safe, hazard-free workplace, which includes having an electrical maintenance plan to uphold their duty of care. The AS/NZS 3760 Standard outlines that regular testing and tagging of electrical appliances is optimal for creating a safe workplace.

    All test and tagging is completed in line with the AS/NZS 3760:2010 Standard. Testing for construction, demolition and mining is also completed in accordance with the AS/NZS 3012 Standard.

    In addition to ensuring your business is compliant with the Australian testing standard, having regular electrical test and tagging completed assists with insurance claims, liability claims, and even acts as an asset register of your electrical equipment. It also offers peace of mind, knowing your electrical equipment is safe.


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    How long does it take to test the equipment?

        Your technician will need to conduct the visual and electrical test, which usually only takes a couple of minutes to complete each item. In order to perform the electrical test, your appliance will need to be unplugged. Thankfully, the PAT test only takes approximately 30 seconds to complete, so there is only little disruption to your work. Items such as laptops will not be affected by the test as they have an inbuilt battery which allows you to continue to work while we test the cord. Your technician will notify you before turning off and unplugging any equipment.

        At The Local Guys – Test & Tag, we can perform your testing substantially quicker than other companies due to the processes and practices we have set in place, meaning there is less disruption to your workplace.

     

    Your Local Experts For Appliance Testing and Tagging

    The Local Guys Test and Tag
    686 South Rd,Glandore SA 5037
    13 11 05
    https://thelocalguystestandtag.com.au/

    Sunshine Coast

    The Sunshine Coast is a peri-urban region in South East Queensland, Australia. It is the district defined in 1967 as "the area contained in the Shires of LandsboroughMaroochy and Noosa, but excluding Bribie Island".[4] Located 100 km (62 mi) north of the centre of Brisbane in South East Queensland, on the Coral Sea coastline, its urban area spans approximately 60 km (37 mi) of coastline and hinterland from Pelican Waters to Tewantin.

    The area has several coastal hubs at CaloundraKawana WatersMaroochydore and Noosa HeadsNambour and Maleny have developed as primary commercial centres for the hinterland.

    Since 2014, the Sunshine Coast district has been split into two local government areas, the Sunshine Coast Region and the Shire of Noosa, which administer the southern and northern parts of the Sunshine Coast respectively.

    As of June 2021, with an estimated urban population of 398,840,[2] the Sunshine Coast is the fifth most populated area in Queensland and the 9th most populous in the country.[2] The population of the area has grown steadily at an average annual rate of 2.4% year-on-year over the five years to 2018.

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    Maroochydore
    Sunshine Castle
    Mooloolaba Esplanade
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    Sunshine Coast is located in Queensland
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    Coordinates 26°39′S 153°04′E
    Population 398,840 (2021)[1][2] (9th)
     • Density 244.24/km2 (632.57/sq mi)
    Area 1,633 km2 (630.5 sq mi)[3] (2016 urban)
    Location 100 km (62 mi) from Brisbane
    LGA(s)
    State electorate(s) BuderimCaloundraGlass HouseKawanaMaroochydoreNicklinNoosa
    Federal division(s)
    Mean max temp Mean min temp Annual rainfall
    25.4 °C
    78 °F
    15.8 °C
    60 °F
    1,478.5 mm
    58.2 in