Tag and Testing: Single-Phase Portable Electrical Equipment
Show us you know how to carry out tag and testing on single-phase portable electric equipment using a compliant portable appliance tester in accordance with legislation and organisational requirements.
- Level 2
- Credits: 5
- $99.00 NZD (GST incl.)
You are required to submit evidence of the following:
Carry out tag and testing on single phase portable electrical equipment using a portable appliance tester in accordance with legislation and the organisation’s requirements.
Maintain compliant a portable appliance tester to carry out tag and testing on single phase portable electrical equipment to meet compliance regulations and in accordance with legislation.
All work for this EduBit must be your own.
Notes you will need to refer too when completing this EduBit:
Note 1. General Information Please answer the questions below to enable the assessor to understand your context and environment.
Note 2. All tag and testing tasks carried out must be in accordance with legislation and the organisation’s requirements.
Note 3. Video must be used to present your evidence for all of Tasks 1 and 2 below. Download the pdf and follow the video instructions and always check your video links are working when submitting your video evidence.
Note 4. Attestation Form This should be downloaded under Resources on the website. The description Manager as the Attester refers to your manager/supervisor/direct line manager/or equivalent. The Attestation Form/s must be completed by the attester including being signed and dated with feedback for each section.
Note 5. The same Portable Appliance Tester (PAT) must be used for all Tasks in this EduBit and must only be used for tag and testing single-phase portable electrical equipment/appliances (electrical items) and must be used for all tasks in this EduBit.
Note 6. You will be required to show all of the following in your video:
- You wearing your ID tag/card, showing your name.
- Setting up and turning on your PAT.
- Checking the electrical equipment being tested to ensure it is safe to test.
- Connecting the PAT to the item of electrical equipment.
- Carrying out the test using the PAT.
- Close up of the electronic test result on the PAT.
- Printing or writing up of the tag.
- Close up of the printed tag showing details.
- Close up of the actual retest period.
- Applying the tag to the electrical equipment.
- Filling in the details of the service record for the item tested.
- Stating if it is a safe test or an unsafe test.