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29/11/2019Test Tag Labels: How much information is required on the tag?While a lot of people focus on the “testing” part of the test and tag service, the actual tagging of appliances and equipment is equally important.The test tag provides important information about...
How to lower business insurance with thermal imagingEmily Fear, Marketing Officer28/10/2019It is becoming increasingly common for many Australian businesses to use Thermal Imaging as a way to decrease commercial insurance premiums.Many cheap overseas electrical...
Electrical Safety within your workplace can be reduced with a combination of test and tag, 3 phase testing, thermal imaging and RCD testing.
Discover the five most common workplace electrical hazards and how to utilise safety methods such as test and tag to reduce these risks.
Test and Tag reports are important as they provide evidence for insurance purposes and Worksafe visits. Ensuring work is performed regularly and correctly.
At A1 Testing & Tagging we are very proud to announce our win at the Monash Business Awards.
According to Safe Work Australia, approx.182 Australian workers suffer disabling injuries and approx. 56 workers die at work every year.
Electrical test and tag requirements ensure workplace safety, significantly reducing the risk of electrical shock.
These tags allow you to avoid a minimum charge or the hassle of having to organise testing & tagging again for only one or two new items.
Test and Tag Colours are used for people working in the construction, demolition or mining areas under the AS/NZS 3012 guidelines.
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