We test, we tag, we check and, where we can, we fix.

Better safe than sorry.

In most venues, it is now a requirement that all electrical equipment, right down to power supplies for mobiles and notebooks, must be tested and tagged if it is to be connected to the house electricity supply. While this is sometimes seen as an onerous requirement, our experience tells us that safe is always better than sorry and we’ve geared ourselves up to help with this too.

Simple and easy process.

Like everything that we use, our test-and-tag equipment is amongst the fastest and most accurate and reliable that is available. Our tagging and recording processes fully comply with the relevant Australian Standard: AS/NZS 3760:2010 and meet the demanding requirements of the venues in which we operate. Highly sensitive and regularly calibrated, our portable automatic test machines can quickly confirm that your gear is safe or detect if there’s a problem. We’ll also visually inspect cables, plug-ends, cable entry points and other critical parts to ensure there are no other problems emerging. And if it’s all in good working order, we’ll tag it with our branded and durable labels and then separately log the test results together with other key data and retain it in our own electronic logbook.

Tested and tagged early.

Some venues won’t  allow an event to open unless everything’s been tested and tagged and all problems addressed. This takes time – if it’s a large event there’s lots of testing to be done and it makes sense to allow time to deal with anything found to be unsafe. That’s why it’s important to get started on the testing-and-tagging early and well ahead of the opening of an event. We like it this way too – because we’re on-site for the build we can progressively attend to the testing and tagging as we move through. If we find a small problem with any of the equipment we’ve tested, we’re sometimes able to fix it before our customers arrive. And if something is missed during the rush prior to the doors opening, we’re usually still around after an event has started, so we can take the gear out of the public area and test-and-tag it there and then.