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Last week we completed 417 Site Visits for our customers testing 63,915 items

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We supply and install the latest energy efficient L.E.D lighting
Reduces Heat in the workplace savings costs for cooling
Reduces expenditure on your electric bill and bulb replacement costs

Carried out by a fully qualified NICEIC electrician, under taken by sub contractors
A full periodic inspection report
A full detailed remedial work quote if required

Testing of all emergency lights including – bulk head lights, exit lights & individual emergency lights

Fire compliance audit
Fire risk assessment
Fire safety documentation including an emergency plan, an evacuation procedure and a log book
Certificate of compliance

Service attendance & inspection
Replacement of small and large parts due to reasonable wear & tear

Testing of all devices on site including – fire control panel, smoke detectors/heat detectors, manual call points and associated sounders

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PAT Testing is crucial! Safety in the workplace is a top priority for every business to ensure staff security and a sound staff safety reputation. UK Safety Management with its head office in Leeds are Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) specialists. PAT Testing is a specialised process, checking that electrical appliances comply fully with UK Health and Safety at Work directives. Latest regulation demands that all portable electrical appliances in the workplace continue to meet strict safety standards – a factor on which bona fide businesses recognise there can be no compromise.

Through fast, efficient and cost-effective PAT testing UK Safety Management gives businesses total peace of mind, knowing they have taken the right steps to ensure equipment is safe for use – on and off site. The process is recognised by the insurance industry as a risk assessment aid, as well as aiding calculation of insurance premiums for public and employee liability cover.

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