Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR)

Electrical Installation Condition Reports (often referred to as Periodic Inspection and Testing) is carried out to help ensure electrical systems are maintained in a safe working condition. Our reports outline any defects within an electrical installation, with recommendations for compliance with BS 7671:2008.

What Is An Electrical Installation Condition Reports?

Where ever found, be it in the home the office or in a shop Cables, switches, socket-outlets and other electrical equipment deteriorate with prolonged use, as such the electrical installation condition needs to be assessed so they all need to be checked and necessary replacements or repairs made in good time.

It is not as challenging to make an electrical circuit work – as it is to make an electrical circuit work safely.
Electrical Installation Condition Reports (often referred to as Periodic Inspection and Testing) is a procedure that’s undertaken to evaluate and report on the condition of an electrical installation to help ensure its safety.

Therefore, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) recommend periodic electrical inspections and testing should be undertaken of all electrical installations. To minimise risks and ensure electrical installations complies with all relevant regulations, LRM Electrics provides comprehensive Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) to comply with statutory and regulatory requirements.

To reduce the risk of dangers that electricity can create it is essential that all electrical installation are periodic assessed by persons with the correct knowledge, skill and experience in the type of electrical work to be undertaken.

What Is Fixed Wire Testing?

Fixed Wire Testing (also referred to as Periodic Inspection Report) is a procedure that’s undertaken to evaluate and report on the condition of an electrical installation to help ensure its safety. Therefore, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) recommend periodic electrical inspections and testing should be undertaken at all places of work. To minimise risks and ensure your electrical installation complies with all relevant regulations, LRM Electrics provides comprehensive Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) to comply with the Electricity at Work Regulations and BS7671:2008.

Testing Emergency Lighting Products

Emergency lighting products have to be tested to meet the requirements of European law. The Standard EN59172 stipulates precise nature and frequency of the testing. A full record sheet needs to be maintained for each emergency fitting. These sheets have to be available for inspection by the authorities at any time. Failure to provide full test records can result in legal action and closure of the building. If in the event of an emergency, the emergency lighting is defective, the insurance policy may be invalidated and the building operator could face a heavy fine or imprisonment.