Faulty Equipment Policy

 

Faulty Equipment Procedure

 

Actions

Following any equipment or lead failing the portable appliance inspection or test procedure the following solutions will be offered:

  1. In the first instance, the faulty equipment or lead will be repaired where practicable, and if safe to do so, will be retested and put back into service.

  2. Leads that have failed and are beyond economic repair will be removed from service, labelled with a failed sticker and reported to the responsible person. For the convenience of the customer, if a new replacement lead can be obtained and supplied by Patman 4 Safety, where practicable, this will be offered to the responsible person, an additional cost maybe chargeable which must be agreed and signed for onsite by the client/responsible person.

  3. Equipment that fail and cannot be repaired, will be removed from service, labelled with a failed sticker and reported to the responsible person.

  4. Equipment and leads that have failed, and cannot safely be removed from service, due to potential lose of data and/or life-saving equipment etc. the equipment will be labelled with a failed sticker and reported to the responsible person. It is the responsibility of the responsible person to then immediately arrange an appropriate replacement and rectification.

 

A faulty equipment register will be given to the responsible person on site at the end of each day, and it is their responsibility to remove or replace these items.

 

Users

All users should never use the equipment which has been found faulty. This is taken from the IET Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment (4th edition).

 

Health and Safety

Patman 4 Safety endeavour to provide our customers with the best possible service and adhere to the relevant Health & Safety legislation including those listed below:

  • Health and Safety at Work Act 1974

  • Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999

  • Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998

  • Electricity at Work Regulations 1989

  • IET Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment 4rd Edition

 

Customers

By accepting a quote provided by Patman 4 Safety, or requesting our service, you agree with the information provided above.

Please note, we may make changes to the faulty equipment policy in the future. Any changes will be updated here.

If you require any further information regarding our faulty equipment policy please don’t hesitate to contact us via phone on: 02920 023 282, email: info@patman4safety.co.uk, or alternatively you can write to us at: Patman 4 Safety, Britannia House, Caerphilly Business Park, Caerphilly CF83 3GG.