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FULLY TRAINED

All our staff are 100% qualified, trained and taught to handle any electrical, RCD and appliance testing & tagging needs you may have.
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PREMIUM SERVICES

We provide an entire electrical testing and service - including a wide range of applicances and RCD’s, as well as 3 phase equipment.
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LESS DOWNTIME

Our equipment will also test appliances without the need to turn them off, which means less down time for you.
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FAQ

What is ‘Testing & Tagging’?

Testing & tagging is the term given to the process of electrically testing & visually inspecting in-service electrical equipment for personal safety and ensuring that this equipment is functioning correctly and safely. It is also sometimes referred to as; tagging, test tag, electrical tagging, appliance testing, test and tag or portable appliance test.

What Equipment Needs Testing in my Workplace?

All electrical equipment & RCD switches need OH&S safety compliance testing to ensure the National Work Health & Safety Regulations 2011 are obliged.
Download this Safe Work Australia PDF to read through the National Work Health & Safety Regulations 2011 and make sure your business is compliant and up-to-date with all Testing & Testing standards.

How Frequently Do I Need To Test?

Testing of items varies from daily in extreme circumstances, to monthly, three monthly, six monthly, yearly, two-yearly or five-yearly.
In the majority of business situations, testing is required yearly for some items and 5 yearly for items in use in a low risk environment.
Tony’s Test & Tag offer a reminder service to ensure you are always compliant with AS/NZS 3760:2010.

Does our Safety Switch (RCD) need regular testing & tagging?

As part of the National Work Health & Safety Regulations 2011, it is pivotal that you maintain the testing & tagging of your RCD in accordance with AS/NZS 3760:2010 to ensure that it will trip and respond in a fault situation.
Additionally, new regulations effective January 2012 state all businesses and workplaces must have an RCD protecting all circuits, and that the RCD's must be tested in accordance with the AS/NZS 3760:2010 legislation.

What Operating Hours do Tony’s Test & Tag work?

We operate 7 days a week to accommodate and suit YOU, the customer.
We are more than happy to arrange a time after hours or on the weekend that will suit your busy schedule.

How Long Will Testing & Tagging Take?

Testing & Tagging will take up to several minutes, depending on the appliance. This involves several visual and physical inspections before the item can be deemed to have passed the test & tag process.
Tony’s Test & Tag Technicians conduct all testing & tagging as efficiently as possible to ensure there is minimal disruption to your day.

How do I book Tony’s Test & Tag for a consultation or visit?

Either call us on 0418 560 236 to discuss a time and any questions that you may have, or fill out the form on the right and we will call you back at a time that’s convenient for you.

What are Danger Tags and why do my items have them?

Items with a danger tag have failed testing. They must either be replaced or repaired before re-introduction to the workplace for operation. They are highly dangerous and should not be used under any circumstances.

How Many Items Generally Fail Testing?

Experience, and industry insight, has shown us that roughly 5% of all appliances and items we test are deemed unsafe.

What is Microwave Radiation and why is harmful?

Microwaves use radioactive energy to vibrate the water in food, which begins the cooking process. This radioactive energy produced can be very harmful when exposed to people and living tissues.
Slamming the oven door, dirt or food particles caught in the door seals and hinges, or basic wear and tear all cause the oven door to slightly separate from the appliance enclosure. Once this happens, invisible, but highly dangerous radiation leak through the small space and can cause damage and injury to the user.

Do I have to turn off the appliance before it gets tested?

No you don't, however, turning off the appliances before we arrive does create convenience and saves time when we do carry out appliance testing.