Appliance Tagging Services is an Australia-wide specialist in Electrical Safety Assessments and Testing & Reporting Management systems in accordance with AS/NZS 3760:2010. With expert knowledge of electrical safety ATS has been protecting Australians through Appliance testing and tagging for well over 10 years. Our extensive research into the latest appliance testing and tagging methods and equipment guarantee our team is the best equipped to maintain workplace safety and compliance in accordance with AS/NZS 3760:2003.
Being owned and operated by Electricians, we have expert knowledge of Electrical Safety requirements. Our franchisees are highly trained in all aspects of electrical safety and all of our testing practices adhere strictly to the Australian Standard AS/NZ 3760/2010 and, where applicable, to State specific electrical safety guidelines.
Appliance Tagging Services Pty Ltd was established in 2002 by Managing Director, Ainslie Allen as a result of increasing demand for electrical safety testing services and provides Australia-wide service in electrical safety testing and management and with the focus on safety in the workplace becoming more prominent, the demand for ATS is increasing every day.
In 2006 Appliance Tagging Services recruited its first franchisee in Melbourne’s South Eastern suburbs and has since grown to 27 franchisees across 6 Australian States and Territories.
From its Melbourne base, ATS provides a national service to clients Australia wide via its network of highly trained, professional and efficient franchisees. ATS clients receive the benefits of the expertise of a national industry expert with the friendly local service of our franchisees.
Our franchisees use only the best state of the art equipment which enables ATS to provide fully interactive online reporting to its clients via a web based portal.
As one of the most awarded franchises in Australia, ATS has received recognition from the Franchise Council of Australia, BRW and Smart Company over the past three years. The electrical company is regularly awarded prizes by the National Electrical and Communications Association. As a member of the Franchise Council of Australia ATS maintains regular involvement with the Franchise community, ensuring that we keep abreast of changes and updates within the franchise sector.
Every Australian State and Territory has O&HS legislation which details workplace health and safety standards designed to reduce work-related injury and illness.
These requirements are known as Duty of Care. Duty of Care requires everything ‘reasonably practicable’ to be done to protect the health and safety of others at the workplace. This duty is placed on all employers, their employees, and any others who have an influence on the hazards in a workplace.
In most States and Territories, the generally recognised AS/NZS 3760:2010 safety protocols are the safest, most convenient and cost effective method of ensuring workplace electrical safety available. This standard specifies in-service safety inspection and testing and retesting protocols and provides a cost effective approach to safety.
In some states however, specific electrical safety requirements are specified in legislation.