Secure your workplace with the help of Home Counties Electrical Safety

Home Counties Electrical Safety  are specialists in the field of Portable Appliance Testing (PAT Testing), providing a professional customer focused, simple and cost effective solution to testing for companies, throughout Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. 


We are able to test most pieces of portable electrical equipment from 110v power tools to desk top computers. We use the latest testing equipment capable of working with Your most sensitive portable appliances and have many years experience in the electrical and electronic industries so are able to ensure that your testing is completed safely and accurately.


Whether you are a small business just needing a few items PAT tested or a large company who require 1000's of items testing, we can help to ensure that your appliances are regularly checked by a fully qualified City & Guilds 2377 professional.


We pride ourselves on attention to detail to ensure every one of our customers are completely satisfied when their work is complete and guarantee a friendly and prompt service and can offer flexible working times to accommodate your needs.


PAT Testing l Portable Appliance Testing

What is Portable Appliance Testing

Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is an important aspect of your health and safety policy which involves electrical appliances being routinely checked to ensure that they are safe to be used by employees and members of the public. When PAT testing is carried out, all appliances are visually inspected and electrically tested by qualified engineers

Areas we Service

IContact us today for a quality and reliance PAT Testing Service

We cover all areas from Bedford, Biggleswade, Buntingford, Flitwick, Hatfield, Hemel Hempstead, Hertford, Letchworth, Luton, Milton Keynes, Royston, Sandy, Stevenage, St Neots, Ware, Watford, Welwyn Garden City and all across Herts, Beds & Bucks

PAT Testing is changing

The new IET 5th Edition Code of Practice has arrived


Ensure your applliances meet the changes to the new 2020 equipment testing requirments

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