warehouse electrical inspection and testing.
We’ve just completed a full electrical installation condition report (EICR) for our client's impressive 215,000 sq ft warehouse in Yorkshire. We also carried out all the remedial works needed. 
The MSE team worked hard to provide a high quality service. It’s an important part of our support for commercial clients

Why EICRs are important 

During normal use electrical installations will degrade so they need regular testing. A qualified professional electrician can confirm your electrical system is safe and fit for purpose. 
We understand compliance and safety testing help businesses meet regulatory standards and maintain their electrical systems. We provide comprehensive NICEIC reports and recommendations. 
An inspection confirms your electrical equipment and circuits work properly. It will identify risks of electrical shock, faulty work or lack of proper earthing and bonding. We can suggest how you can save energy and when to plan repairs to minimise operational down time. 
Most importantly, regular electrical maintenance reduces the risk of a fire, electrocution or injury. You’ll have peace of mind that you’re meeting all the relevant BS7671 Wiring Regulation standards. You’ll also meet the legal requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations and the Health and Safety at Work Act

When to carry out electrical inspections 

Commercial and industrial premises should have an inspection every three to five years. When you’re letting or selling properties you should also have an inspection. Insurers might also ask for evidence of regular inspection and testing. 
You’ll also need certificates for new installations or changes to existing installations. Annual portable appliance testing (PAT) is also recommended because it isn’t always possible to tell if equipment is operating safely with a visual check. 
Please get in touch to discuss regular electrical inspection and testing for your commercial premises. 
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