Welcome to Optima - Electrical,Compliance & Training
The inspection and testing of electrical equipment, electrical installations and emergency and safety equipment is not only a legal obligation for a company but a moral and financial responsibility to help protect life, property and investment. Current legislation requires the employer to ensure that work, not only can be carried out in a safe environment, but are also responsible for these conditions to be suitably maintained. Therefore, an appropriate initial and periodic inspection and testing regime should be at the forefront of every organisation to ensure compliance with the legal obligations as well as safeguarding their business.
All OECT, fixed wire/PAT engineers are fully qualified to C&G 2391/2377 and IEE Wiring Regulations (17th Edition), dedicated, posses a wealth of experienced and specialise in a comprehensive full range of electrical and emergency/safety inspection and testing. Our clients can have full confidence in our team as we ensure:
- We offer a 24 hour rapid response for emergency call outs
- We will perform our duties with the minimum disruption to your business and daily operations
- Fully accredited certification and reports including recommendations
- Remedial work and repairs to ensure full compliance with the requirements with minimum fuss or disturbance
We pride ourselves on delivering a proficient and professional service. We ensure our clients electrical and safety/emergency systems comply with British standards and legal requirements as well as insurance policy requirements. Our aim is to ensure all projects meet the relevant legislative and code of practice standards and are delivered safely, within timescale and budget.
Whether you are a homeowner planning a refurbishment to your electrical installation or an extension to your home, a private landlord or local authority/housing trust, it is important that these home improvements are undertaken by a professional and trusted contractor. Only too often, the existing electrical wiring has become either inefficient or even dangerous over time. Any additions to the electrical system without the proper testing and subsequent design and installation could lead to a hazardous situation resulting in serious damage to persons and/or property.
Set out in the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, the purpose of this legislation is to provide adequate precautions which will safe guard wellbeing of people, livestock and property, against electric shock, electrical burns and electrical fire.
All places of work are covered by the Health and Safety at Work Act these include shops, offices, factories, schools, garages, sports and leisure centres (the list goes on) and are subsequently covered under the Electricity at Work Regulations.
Optima - Electrical, Compliance & Training