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Fixed Wire Electrical Testing

Fixed wire electrical testing or periodic inspection and testing (PIR), is carried out to determine the current state of the installation electrical system including switchgear, accessories and wiring. The final report which is called an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) will highlight any deficiencies or non-compliant items within the installation. It should be considered as a significant part of any companies Health & Safety procedure & additionally, many insurance companies will request confirmation that the inspection has been carried out within designated time periods when assessing policies. The frequency of testing is determined by the use of any given building and should be undertaken by a competent person. For example, offices, schools or warehouses would be classed as ‘commercial’ properties and are subject to inspection & testing every 5 years. Domestic properties are advised to be checked every 10 years (following the initial installation) and/or on change of owner. (It is recommended that rented accommodation should be checked every 5 years or on change of tenant) It is advisable when purchasing a property to request a current report for the electrical installation to ensure that all is satisfactory as discovering problems after completion can soon escalate into a costly business.

Having your fixed wiring installation inspected & tested will:-

  • Ensure compliance with the Electricity at Work Regulations & BS 7671:2008 (As amended)
  • Identify any problems with the installation that may impair safety
  • Highlight areas that require attention & the urgency that attention is required
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