ELECTRICITY can kill in three hundredths of a second. Therefore, electrical equipment safety is not an area for a casual approach to record keeping.
Specialist electrical safety testing service, Testel has developed the TES database system to manage all electrical equipment testing information, which it will demonstrate at the Safety in Action exhibition in May.
The TES database system ensures information is available at any time via the Internet and the system can provide a wide range of reports including equipment lists, Certificates of Compliance and non-compliant or unavailable equipment.
Testel says that data is crucial to the success of its service, enabling it to provide full management of testing and tagging for companies locally and nationally with the same process.
For a demonstration of Testel's database management system and the Easytest electrical testing machine, visit stand B10 during Safety In Action and Materials & Manual Handling, which runs from Tuesday May 16 to Thursday May 18 2006 at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.