When it comes to our homes, offices, factories and elsewhere, safety is nothing to mess around with. Electrical energy is everywhere and drives most of the world’s economy. Improper use of electricity has caused billions of dollars in damages and claimed many lives. The only way to prevent improper usage and accidents is proper inspection, testing and tag of your electrical equipment.

That’s where we come in. We offer,
  • Domestic and Commercial Test & Tag of Electrical Equipment.
  • Domestic and Commercial Microwave testing
  • Safety Switch (RCD) testing
  • Earth-Fault Loop Impedance
  • Portable Appliance Testing
  • Polarity Tests
  • Electrical Pat Testing
  • Replacement of Cords and Plugs
  • Reminders to meet compliance requirements.
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We will BEAT ANY PREVIOUS Test and TAG Bill! Simply forward us your Last Bill or Quote. 
Devices brought into the shop for test and tag occour a 4.95 fee per Device.

Business Hours 9am until 6pm

  • 1 - 500 Devices 
  • $2.95 per Tag
  • Call out Charge $130.00 applies to under 100 Devices or Less. 


  • 500 - 1000 Devices 
  • $2.49 per Tag
  • No Call out Charge


  • 1000 + Devices
  • Please Call for quote


Outside of Business Hours 6pm until 9am

  • 1 - 500 Devices
  • $4.95 Per Device
  • Call out Charge $260  


  • 500 - 1000 Devices
  • $4.49 Per Device
  • No Call out Charge


  • 1000+ Devices
  • Please Call for a Quote
In addition
  • 3 Phase testing per appliance $4.95
  • Microwave Leakage Test per appliance $9.95
  • Per RCD $5.50





If you have a site with over 2000+ appliances please contact us for a special price.

All staff are fully accredited testers who use the latest state of the art Testing Equipment. 


If you are an employer, you have a duty of care to ensure that employees and visitors to the workplace are safe from injury and risks to health. You must therefore manage any safety risks surrounding electrical hazards, in accordance with the requirements of the AS/NZS 3760:2010. You must apply a systematic risk management approach to eliminate or control the risk of electrical hazards. After the risk assessment, you can then implement a range of control measures including:

  • routine visual checks
  • regular inspection
  • maintenance
  • repair
  • replacement
  • use of residual current devices (RCDs)
  • and, where warranted, testing of identified electrical equipment.

Inspection and retesting intervals can range from, 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, 2 years and up to 5 yearly testing schedules.





The following items are excluded from the recommendations of this Standard:-


  • Fixed or "hard wired" items
  • Items at a height exceeding 2.5mtrs
  • Items which need to be dismantled to establish safety of operation
  • Demonstration items, sample items or new stock in a retail or warehouse outlet


Under the standard, the following basic tests may be conducted on each appliance:


  • Visual inspection
  • Insulation resistance
  • Earth continuity
  • Polarity
  • Earth leakage




The standard requires the following record keeping establishing the history of tests:

A test tag attached to each item indicating date, item, person performing the test, and status (pass/fail) of test, along with the retest date
An asset register and historical record of all test items and test results
A record of results including faulty item and repair action