As part of our 25th anniversary, we’re excited to release our first newsletter – The Maintenance Manager. It is filled with insightful, informative and exciting articles from our team and partners.
As you read through it, we would love to hear your feedback as well as ideas and information you would like to see in future issues.
Regular thermographic inspections as part of preventative maintenance of electrical systems has the potential to protect against catastrophic equipment failure, unscheduled downtime, and higher insurance costs due to an increased risk of building fires.
Water damage is one of the biggest risks to your property and can be costly to mop up. Water dripping through the ceiling, unexplained dampness, leaking hot water systems or pipes can result in a water damage claim. If water damage isn't identified early, it can impact an insurance claim if it's found to be a long-term leak.
In line with the AS/NZS 3760:2010 in-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment, and Worksafe Western Australia Regulation 3.60 of the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996, it is a
requirement to test portable appliances and RCDs at the required intervals and have an in-date test record of all your equipment.