Keeping the ambulance at the top of the cliff.

O OnePrevention

Critical components must be identifed and dealt with as quickly as possible.

T TwoIdentification

On going maintenance ensures the safety and peace of mind of you and the people you work with.

T ThreeSolution

About Us

Our Skills

  • Electrical Appliance Testing
  • RCD Testing
  • Asset Management
  • Thermal Imaging
  • Consultancy

This is just a small representation of the things we do. Get in touch now to see what we can do for you.

Our Mission

We provide our customers with effective reporting, analysis and education for a safe and productive work space.

We value our customers and their right to friendly, reliable and efficient service.

Our Philosophy

We believe that electrical safety is a key aspect of a modern company and a positive asset for higher performance.

Happy Clients

  • “Working with Pat was great. He fitted in well with our busy practice, working late afternoon and evening so as not to interupt our staff. The reporting of results is excellent, very detailed and easy to understand”

    Lorraine Stuart, Practice Mgr., Hibiscus Coast Medical Centre.

  • “Very good working with Pat and Alejandra. Good attention to detail and excellent reporting of results. We’ll continue to use your services in the future”

    Dominic Prendergast, Warehouse Manager, MayoHardware, Albany.

  • “Always friendly and quick service. Electrical Safety Plus keep our tools and equipment in excellent condition and the clear reports make sure we are up to date with our electrical safety for each worker and construction site”

    Sonya Berger, South Trade NZ Ltd.

    Why choose Electrical Safety PLus

    The object of the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992 is to promote the prevention of harm to all people at work, and others in, or in the vicinity of, places of work.

    The Act applies to all New Zealand workplaces and places duties on employers, the self-employed, employees, principals and others who are in a position to manage or control hazards.

    The emphasis of the law is on the systematic management of health and safety at work. It requires employers and others to maintain safe working environments, and implement sound practice. It recognises that successful health and safety management is best achieved through good faith co-operation in the place of work and, in particular, through the input of those doing the work.

    • Employer Responsibilities

      Employers are responsible for making sure the work done for them is safe and healthy. To achieve this they are expected to:

      • Systematically identify hazards.
      • Systematically manage those hazards.
      • Manage hazards by either eliminating them, isolating them, or minimising them (in that order of preference).
      • Provide suitable protective clothing and equipment to staff.
      • Provide safety information to staff.
      • Provide training or supervision so that work is done safely.

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