With every business relying on its equipment to be safe at all times, ensuring it undergoes regular inspections by an experienced team is absolutely critical. Whether you’re working with lifting, height safety, fall arrest, or arc flash equipment, ensuring they are in safe working order needs to be your number one priority. Mobile Test ‘n’
Every business has to be mindful of the impact it has on the world. This is especially true of manufacturing plants that must abide by strict environmental regulations due to their use of harmful materials and emissions intensive equipment. Fortunately, mobile testing and calibration services can help ensure your business stays on top of its
For businesses that rely upon complex equipment that requires regular testing and calibration, it might be tempting to do this work yourself. But unless you have the proper specialised staff and highly accurate and expensive equipment in place to complete the job at an expert-level, you run the risk of mis-calibrating your company’s vital equipment.
Mobile Test ‘n’ Cal is excited to announce that we have joined the global leader in calibration – Trescal Group! This partnership strengthens our offering to our clients and will give us access to an even wider and expanded technical scope. We’ve already been working hard to do that to meet all of our clients’
When you rely on a company for your calibration, you want to know that quality technical service is being performed. If the company you choose is not up to the task, the safety and compliance risks are high. We’ve provided some tips to help you ensure the calibration services you choose are top quality. Here
Equipment calibration is a frequent, necessary step in keeping your business compliant and your employees safe. If you’re struggling with the constant upkeep of different equipment or the time it takes to have them calibrated effectively, why not consider an onsite service? Here are 5 benefits to choosing onsite calibration services. Why would you calibrate
Digital multimeters are one of the most used tools in most electrician’s tool kit. Like any electrical equipment, their use comes with risks. Even qualified electricians can make minor mistakes that lead to using their digital multimeter in an unsafe manner. So, how do you use a digital multimeter safely? Here are 4 top tips.
Arc flash, also referred to as arc blast, is a serious incident and all steps possible should be taken to reduce the risks. We’ll explain what arc flash is, as well as 5 tips to increase arc flash safety. We want to make it clear that we are not arc flash engineering or WHS consultants,
Working with electricity and high-voltage equipment is a naturally risky environment. It’s essential that protective equipment is used to minimise these risks after other hierarchies of control have been followed of course. In this blog, we’ll discuss the properties of insulated mats and how they can protect you from high-voltage injuries. Explaining insulated mats An
As of March 2020 AS/NZS 2225:1994 has been formally replaced by AS/NZS IEC 60903:2020. This new standard is applicable across Australia and New Zealand and replaces AS/NZS 2225:1994 in regards to electrical insulating gloves. This revision encompasses the design, manufacture, testing and inspection of “electrical insulating gloves that provide protection of the worker against electric
Working at heights is often necessary and without proper safety equipment, it’s also dangerous. We explain why it’s essential to inspect your fall arrest equipment regularly, how it’s done and whether inspection tagging is required. Inspecting equipment saves lives Fall arrest equipment – such as harnesses, lanyards, pole straps and karabiners – are designed to
Elevated work platforms (EWP) such as scissor lifts, boom lifts and telehandlers are important pieces of machinery that must be tested regularly to ensure safety. In this blog, we’ll cover the five types of EWP testing that should feature in your schedule, as well as the specialised electrical testing that Mobile Test ‘n’ Cal regularly