Guardian Electrical Compliance provide an array of literature and free advice to any customer, covering all aspects of electrical safety.
Guardian compose, design and create their own suite of literature which has been continually developed and updated by skilled Directors since Guardian Electrical’s inception. All Guardian clients receive this literature free of charge and are offered on-hand technical support regarding electrical safety.
The following suite of literature is available to Guardian Electrical Compliance Clients
Electricity at Work Regulations Flowchart - Literature
Safe Working A1 Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 laminated flowchart – This flowchart is a quick view of a Duty Holder’s safe working guide to the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989. The flow chart adorns many a maintenance/substation wall.
Duty Holder Guidance
Incorporates Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and 17th Edition BS 7671: 2008: Amendment 3 – The only Guidance for Duty Holders of its kind.
Any duty holder who has a responsibility for electrical safety has to manage an inordinate amount of documents associated with electrical testing. The storage, accessibility and consolidation of documents often presents problems, as does the updating of records, management of deadlines and sharing of information with colleagues. TraQit® helps eliminate these problems and assists duty holder to ensure full compliance with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.
Guardian Guidance Notes
Fixed Electrical Inspection and Testing – This guidance note covers Duty Holder responsibilities and the ABSOLUTE requirements of the EaWR in relation to fixed wiring testing. An example testing programme of inspection & Testing is also offered.
Sample Inspection and Testing – This guidance note covers what the EaWR say about sample inspection and testing, where contractors and clients get the idea of sample testing from and how to decide on the level of testing for your business.
Portable Appliance Testing – This guidance note covers why Portable Appliances must be tested, who is responsible under the law, what should be tested and how often and what tests should include.
For a copy of any of our literature and client support information, please contact us.
Other Guardian Documents available
- Testing of 1Phase & 3Phase Circuits – The Significant Difference!
- Restrictive Testing
- 1st Stage Strategy
- Sample Testing