Commercial Electrical Services
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RAB Electrical Services offer a full commercial electrician service to businesses across the UK. Whether you’re a new business or a multinational company, we can provide you with the service and resources you need to make an educated decision on which electrical solutions are best for you.
If you run a business, high-quality lighting can help boost your aesthetic appeal to potential customers while providing an attractive working environment for your employees. Most savvy business owners will also keep a close eye on their energy costs – something that can be affected by the type of lighting they have installed in their premises.
From retrofit LED replacement installs to new builds and refurbishments, r a b E has solutions for all your commercial lighting requirements. We can also provide expert advice on how to become more energy efficient, freeing up money that can be invested in other areas of your business.
Electric Car Charging
Full electric and plug-in hybrid cars are growing in popularity and now come in all shapes and sizes, from two-seater city cars to 4×4 off-roaders. Electric vehicle technology has developed greatly since the milk float, and as performance and range increases, purchasing an electric vehicle is becoming a very real option for many people.
Portable Appliance Testing
Companies in the UK have a legal obligation to protect the health and safety of their employees. Portable Appliance Testing – otherwise known as PAT testing – is a key part of this.
PAT testing is the process of examining electrical appliances and equipment to confirm that they are fully operational and safe to use. It involves a series of visual checks and electronic tests, which help establish whether a specific appliance fulfils the legal obligations to ensure a high standard of electrical safety.
The guidelines around PAT testing require that all landlords, employers and even self-employed individuals make sure that their portable electrical appliances are safe and suitable for the intended use. Damage and fault can occur with all electrical equipment use, which makes it essential that these items are tested regularly for safety.
PAT guidelines were put into effect to ensure that all companies conform to the Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974, Electricity at Work Regulations of 1989, Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations of 1998 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations of 1999.
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