Electrical Installation Condition Report - EICR


  • NICEIC approved Electrical Installation Condition Report
  • Report to check the electrical safety of the premises
  • Landlords Electrical Safety Certificate
  • Out of hours and weekend availability
  • Industrial and Commercial premises


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It is a requirement under the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 for your premises to have frequent electrical tests. For commercial and Industrial premises the regulations state that you must also perform regular routine checks in addition to your EICR.

The maximum recommended periodic test frequency are:

  • Commercial            -      5 years or change of occupancy
  • Industrial                 -      3 years or change of occupancy
  • Public Buildings   -       1 – 5 years dependant on use


There are various other types of use please contact us for further information.


Emergency light inspections

This inspection is to ensure that your emergency lighting system is fit for purpose and operates correctly under a power failure.  Emergency lighting is a requirement under the Health and Safety at Work Act and is guided by the BS 5266 which recommends that you have frequent checks and tests carried out. These are:

Daily Checks – Visual checks of indicators and condition. No testing required and generally carried out by a member of your staff.

Monthly checks – Partial functional test usually carried out by a competent person

Annual checks – Full functional test usually carried out by a competent person


Fire alarm inspections

We are able to test and maintain your fire detection systems to current regulations. Maintenance plans can be produced to suit the type of system and the business environment to satisfy insurers with health and safety compliance.

We can also design and install a new fire alarm system.  Click here


PAT testing

Portable Appliance Testing is a necessary test to ensure a business meets the requirements for the health and safety at work regulations. These tests will confirm that your electrical equipment is in safe working order. The frequency of these test can vary by the type of equipment and environment.

Relevant pages:

Electrical commercial services
Electrical Installations