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FAQs

People Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Testing and Tagging?

A skilled technician will inspect each appliance to check for damage to flex, connections, guards, covers, and plugs. Test and Tag guarantees workplace safety and adherence to Australian WHS and Electrical Safety requirements.


Do You Provide a Report?

Yes. After the process, a reputable test and tag business will give you a report. This report includes a list of all the tested objects, their present state, any warnings or potential issues, and—most importantly—the subsequent test date. Doing this will make you confident you comply and will pass your upcoming WorkSafe WA (DFES) inspection.


What Colour Should Tags Be?

  • According to AS/NZS 3012, specific tag colours must be used each month of the year if you work on construction or demolition sites. It is known as RGBY, which stands for red, green, blue, and yellow.
  • Red Tag – January, February, and December
    Green Tag – April, May, and March
    June, July, and August: Blue Tag
    September, October, and November have the yellow tag.
  • Australia’s states would be affected by this (NSW used to have a separate colour coding system but has since now aligned with the other states). These colours are frequently employed in the marine sector and on mining sites.

Why Test and Tag?

Testing and tagging are vital to confirm that the electrical appliances at the workplace comply with Safety and workplace health legislation. Suppose you do not have all the safety tests necessary at the workplace. In that case, your business might face e accidents causing severe consequences. Moreover, it may affect future insurers due to increased coverage expenses. The government may charge a penalty or fine if the accident is serious, resulting in electrical hazards.


What Is an RCD?

An RCD (residual-current device) is an electrical safety device that instantly closes the circuit during overloads or leakage of the current to the ground. It protects electrical equipment and minimizes the risks of severe health hazards from a continuous electric shock.


How Much Does Testing and Tagging Cost?

Tagge offers competitive pricing for premium services. The cost may depend on the following factors given below:

  • Onsite visit
  • All assessments, testing, and tagging
  • Precise reporting
  • Complimentary reminder service

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What Should I Look for When Hiring a Professional Test and Tag Technician?

An individual who can conduct regulated testing & tagging with sufficient knowledge, experience & qualification in the related field is one of the best professionals to hire.


How Long Does the Test and Tag Process Go For?

In Australia, rules exist that ensure business owners are responsible for caring for their workers and clients. Nobody wants to be held accountable for a situation that causes harm or even death. You must abide by all applicable workplace health and safety laws. The test and tag procedure enhances a workplace’s general safety for employers, workers, and visitors in any given work setting. The test and tag procedure lowers the likelihood of significant injuries and illness brought on by defective equipment by helping to identify it.


What Should My Test and Tag Records Include?

We at Tagee prepare a detailed report that includes:

  • Asset number
  • Type of conducted tests
  • Location. Where the tests were carried out
  • Narrative of the device or device being tested
  • The date on which the appliances were examined
  • Further examination test
  • The results of the tests (pass, fail)
  • Repairs made (if required)

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