Guardian Electrical Compliance Ltd are one of the UK’s leading providers of electrical safety services, specifically inspection and testing of fixed installations. Guardian offer legislative and technical support for duty holder’s to ensure that their legal requirement to comply with the law is continually maintained.
Guardian Electrical deliver fixed wiring inspection and testing programmes, nationwide, for many blue chip companies and public sector organisations. Their experience carries across a variety of industries and working environments, from education through to manufacturing and production sites.
GUARDIAN ELECTRICAL ARE ABLE TO OFFER THE FOLLOWING KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE:
- Unrivalled experience, technical advice and consultancy with respect to electrical safety
- Over 100 year’s collective management experience in advising on safe places of work, periodic inspection and testing, safe systems of work and safe people at work
- Authors of practical guidance to assist duty holders on meeting the demands of The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
- Pioneers on the development of on-site and on-line technology to enable immediate client access and update to records, regardless of location
- Electrical safety seminars throughout the UK covering the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, Duty Holders’ Responsibilities and the latest 18th Edition amendments
- A technical sales approach to ensure compliance with the law – “A Bespoke Approach”
We have a strong working relationship with organisations across the UK such as, Cambridge, Bath, Cardiff, Canterbury, Wolverhampton, & Sheffield Universities, Caterpillar, Weetabix, Haribo, Manchester United, Newcastle Airport, Muller Wiseman Dairies, BAE, GE Aviation, JCB, GKN, Toyota and Tata Steels to name a few. All of which are already successfully using our interactive website, TraQit®, to monitor and maintain inspection and testing services.
TraQit®, the industry’s only truly interactive web-based reporting system, has been developed over a period of years to ensure records are always, current, accurate, consolidated and documented with a version history. As a consequence, the level of testing and therefore costs can be justifiably reduced.
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