Adelaide Test and Tagging

Adelaide Test And Tag

We are the South Australian experts in Electrical Test and Tagging & Fire Equipment Testing. We have been servicing Adelaide businesses for over 10 years.


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Electrical Testing

Adelaide Test and Tagging specialises in electrical and fire safety testing for electrical appliances across Australia. Our qualified technicians in Adelaide conduct visual inspections and testing to ensure compliance with Australian standards AS/NZS 3760:2022 and legislative requirements. Offices, warehouses, and commercial buildings benefit from our efficient services, including regular testing by competent personnel using Portable Appliance Testers. We provide detailed reports on electrical items, including cords, safety switches, and various types of equipment, reducing electrical risks and ensuring a safe workplace. With our experienced team of experts, business owners have peace of mind knowing their electrical devices are in good hands, receiving reliable testing results on a regular basis.

Fire Testing

Our services extend to fire safety testing, ensuring fire equipment like fire extinguishers, fire blankets, and emergency exit lights comply with safety regulations. Frequent testing and inspections by skilled technicians reduce safety risks and meet Australian standards AS1851:2012 - Routine service of fire protection systems and equipment. This proactive approach to workplace safety minimises fire-related incidents, fulfilling legal requirements and protecting lives and property.

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Adelaide Test and Tagging offer many testing services including
Appliance Test and Tagging as well as Fire Equipment Testing.

Appliance Test and Tagging

Appliance Test and Tagging

Our Appliance Test and Tagging service involves thorough inspections to ensure electrical compliance and safety standards are met. Skilled technicians conduct regular inspections, identifying potential risks and hazards. Using specialised equipment, we test appliances for functionality and performance, providing detailed reports to businesses. Our service enhances workplace safety, preventing accidents caused by faulty appliances and complying with regulatory requirements.

RCD Testing

RCD Testing

RCD testing, or Residual Current Device testing, is a process used to check the functionality and safety of electrical Residual Current Devices (RCDs). RCDs are safety devices designed to quickly disconnect power in the event of a fault to prevent electric shock or fire. Testing RCDs involves verifying that they trip within the required time frame and at the correct current level, ensuring they are operating effectively to protect against electrical hazards.
Fire Extinguisher Testing

Fire Extinguisher Testing

Fire Extinguisher Testing ensures that fire extinguishers are in proper working condition and compliant with safety regulations. We conduct thorough inspections, testing the functionality of each extinguisher to guarantee its effectiveness in the event of a fire emergency. Our aim is to provide peace of mind to our clients by ensuring that their fire safety equipment is reliable and ready for use when needed.

Emergency Exit Light Testing

Emergency Exit Light Testing

Emergency Exit Light Testing, ensures the safety and compliance of emergency lighting systems in buildings. Our expert team conducts routine testing and inspections to verify that exit lights are functioning properly in case of power outages or emergencies. By maintaining these essential safety features, we help businesses and organisations provide a secure environment for occupants and comply with regulations.

Fire Blanket Testing

Fire Blanket Testing

Fire Blanket Testing is a vital service that ensures the effectiveness and safety of fire blankets in case of emergencies. Our highly trained professionals conduct thorough inspections and testing to ensure that fire blankets are in proper working condition and can effectively smother small fires. By regularly testing fire blankets, we help to protect lives and property by ensuring that this essential safety equipment is ready for use when needed.

Microwave Leakage Testing

Microwave Leakage Testing

Microwave Leakage Testing ensures the safety of microwave ovens by detecting and measuring any radiation leakage, mitigating potential health risks associated with exposure. This specialised service involves checking for leaks using equipment designed for testing electrical currents and compliance with safety standards. By adhering to testing requirements and frequencies, technicians ensure that microwave ovens operate within safe radiation limits.

Our Test and Tagging Process

We have a simple 3 step process that will ensure your test and tagging will go off without a hitch!

Test and Tag Cost for Equipment

Customer Contact


When you first get in contact with us, we will provide you with a detailed 'test and tag quote', an 'example of our reporting' & a 'client order form'. We will discuss any special requirements you may have. Once your happy to go ahead with your test and tagging, simply send us back your client order form & we input your details into our system. We will then contact you to arrange a time / date that is suitable for your test and tagging.
Technician Visit


When our Technician arrives at your business, we will meet with you & discuss your testing. Our Technicians will complete all testing inline with AS/NZS 3760:2022 ensuring their reporting includes the item tested, whether it passed or failed and it's location. Once all test and tagging is completed, they will advise you of any failed items. All our technicians have police checks, white cards, are fully insured & have all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required to work safely at any site.
Reporting and Documents


Once your test and tagging is completed, our office staff will finalise your 'Test and Tag Reporting', 'Certificate of Compliance' & your 'Invoice'. They will also enter you business into our scheduling software, so we can notify you next time your testing is due. We will also keep your reporting & documents on file for no less than 7 years, just in case you ever lose you copy's.
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In South Australia, electrical testing and tagging (test and tag) is required for all electrical equipment used in workplaces. The frequency of testing and tagging depends on the type of equipment and the environment in which it is used. Generally, test and tag is required on a regular basis to ensure electrical safety and compliance with regulations. For example, in high-risk environments such as construction sites, testing may be required every three months. In other workplaces, such as offices, testing may be required annually or every five years, depending on the equipment and its usage and factories, warehouses & places of manufacturing are tested every 6 months.

Hiring testing and tagging professionals should be a priority for several reasons:

1. Compliance with regulations: In many countries, electrical safety regulations require regular testing and tagging of electrical equipment to ensure that they are safe to use. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in fines or legal consequences.

2. Prevent accidents and injuries: Regular testing and tagging of electrical equipment can help identify potential hazards and prevent accidents such as electric shocks, fires, or other electrical incidents. This can help create a safer environment for employees and customers.

3. Reduce downtime: Regular maintenance and testing of electrical equipment can help identify issues before they cause equipment failures or breakdowns. This can help prevent costly downtime and production losses.

4. Protect assets: Electrical equipment is a significant investment for businesses. Regular testing and tagging can help extend the lifespan of equipment, prevent damage, and protect these valuable assets.

5. Peace of mind: By hiring testing and tagging professionals, businesses can have peace of mind knowing that their electrical equipment is safe, compliant, and functioning properly.

Investing in testing and tagging professionals can help businesses ensure the safety of their employees, comply with regulations, protect assets, and avoid costly downtime and accidents.

Testing and tagging is important for several reasons:

  1. Safety: Regular testing and tagging of electrical equipment helps to identify any faults or defects that could pose a safety hazard. This can prevent electrical fires, electric shocks, and other accidents.
  2. Compliance: In Australia having a electrical maintenance program is a legal requirement. Test and Tag has been proven to be the best process to be compliant with this law.
  3. Prevention of downtime: Regular testing and tagging can help identify potential issues with equipment before they fail, reducing the risk of unexpected breakdowns and downtime.
  4. Liability: Ensuring that all electrical equipment is regularly tested and tagged can help protect businesses from liability in case of accidents or injuries caused by faulty equipment.
  5. Peace of mind: Knowing that all electrical equipment has been tested and tagged provides peace of mind for both employers and employees, ensuring a safe working environment.

Test and tag refers to the process of testing electrical equipment to ensure it is safe to use. This involves a series of tests to check for faults, damage, or wear and tear that could pose a safety hazard. Once the equipment passes the tests, it is then tagged with a label indicating the date of testing and the next scheduled test date. This process is commonly carried out in workplaces to comply with safety regulations and to ensure the safety of employees and users of the equipment.