Our extensive list of clients includes businesses of all types and sizes in private and public sectors. Electrical testing is our core service as we are able to service large numbers with a system designed to accommodate organisations of any size with single or multiple sites. The management system is database driven, it is independent of the mobility of staff and will ensure timely reminders. Clients range from:Partnerships to large national organisationsSingle site to greater than 1,000 sitesPrivate companies to government agencies20 items per site to 80,000 per site
Testel uses a proprietary database called TES, to which we own the copyright. It is a powerful management tool with a range of features which significantly reduce test time and operator time. This in turn reduces service costs whilst enhancing the accuracy and quality of our service. TES is an interactive database. Clients can view a range of reports on their own desktop computer using the source data from the Testel server. Available reports include performance reports, budget forecasts, test results etc. As a further feature clients will have access to edit or append the data stored on the Testel server. This means contact details can be changed, new items can be purchased at a site and their details added to the database by authorized personnel.
Testel franchisees are supported by a range of other staff, administration, finance, sales and marketing. Testel can conveniently test each of the following types of electrical items:
- Electrical Testing
- Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)
- Power Outlets Testing
- Residual Current Devices (RCD) Testing
- Emergency / Exit Light Testing and Replacement
- Microwave Leakage Testing
- Thermal Imaging
- Test &Tag
- Repair of Faulty Items
- Tagging / Labelling / Bar-Coding
- Preparation of site plans
- Record Keeping and Reporting
Our team conducts the range of testing to meet a clients specifications. Equipment is labeled, data is recorded, plans are drawn, repairs are made, reports are provided and the system is managed. Subject to the nature of items and site location, test engineers generally conduct approximately 180 tests per day. In addition, approximately 25% administration time is required to maintain the data and reporting system.