Electrical Compliance

Greenlite Group's skilled engineers fulfil all aspects of electrical safety and maintenance compliance from PAT testing to emergency lighting.

Your electrical compliance is in safe hands

Greenlite Group make sure your people have a safe, secure working environment, giving you peace of mind.

As one of the country’s leading commercial electrical maintenance companies, we take care of every aspect of electrical maintenance compliance, safety inspections and checks.

Failure to comply with UK law may result in invalidated insurance and dangerous incidents.

Our team of over 30 skilled engineers complete compliance checks and maintenance of our clients at over 12,000 sites across the UK.

Electrical safety inspections & checks

We fulfil regulatory compliance and keep your electrical and emergency systems working effectively and efficiently.

This is essential for both business continuity and to make sure you comply with UK law and regulations. It's worth remembering, the consequences of non-compliance include invalidated insurance, reduced safety and increased risk of dangerous occurrences such as fires.

Our proactive approach to electrical compliance makes sure that areas of risk are identified and potential problems addressed, either on the spot or through a written quotation.

We make sure your people have a safe, secure working environment, giving you peace of mind.

Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 cover electrical systems, equipment and conductors and work activities on or near electrical equipment. The purpose of the Regulations is to require precautions to be taken against the risk of death or person.

Appliance in use tests

Appliance in Use tests (also called Portable Appliance Tests, or PAT) are not a legal requirement, but the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 (EWR1989) require that any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury is maintained in a safe condition.

The requirements of EWR1989 can be met by performing in-service inspection and testing. This consists of 3 activities:

1. Check

Regular visual checks by users themselves, or formal visual inspections. In higher risk environments, formal visual inspections should be combined with physical testing by a qualified technician with the right equipment and training.

2. Maintain

Performing maintenance or, if necessary, replacing the defective item of equipment (depending upon the results of the in-service inspection and testing).

3. Keep records

Although the Electricity at Work Regulations do not require the keeping of records, up-to-date information can be a means of showing that a maintenance scheme exists.

Greenlite Group's Lighting Maintenance team carry out this service at set regular intervals to ensure you remain within the statutory requirements. We also complete a full asset register to ensure that you are fully aware of the equipment you have on each site.

All products supplied by Greenlite Group are fully tested to ensure they comply with all current electrical legislation such as the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989. As part of our scheduled maintenance programme, all appliances are again tested in use and fixed or replaced where problems are identified.

Comprehensive fixed maintenance

Greenlite Group's fixed price maintenance plans are a good option for customers keen to keep track and accurately plan maintenance budgets.

Thermal imaging surveys

We offer thermal imaging to help assist with electrical compliance.

A Greenlite Group Thermographic Survey detects electrical faults before components fail.

Loose connections and load imbalances that are not always apparent or detected by conventional checks such as routine maintenance or periodic test and inspection can lead to a build-up of heat and fire. These can be identified using thermal imaging cameras.

This is a non-intrusive, proactive and efficient method of supplementing your planned preventative maintenance regime. And because it's non-intrusive, it's fast and efficient, and completed by one of our experienced engineers.

Lighting accounts for up to 40% of a building's energy costs