RCD Safety Switch Testing
What is the purpose of an RCD?
An RCD (residual current device) is the industry term for a safety switch. An RCD’s main purpose is to prevent severe electrical shocks from occurring. An RCD acts as a life-saving device; it detects and halts the power in an electrical socket preventing dangerous electric currents and fatal electric shocks. RCD’s are usually located on a switchboard but can be used portably. Every home and workplace should enlist in regular RCD safety switch testing to ensure they are working correctly.
The importance of RCD’s
If your appliance is faulty and your RCD does not trip within the required time, fatal and harmful injuries such as electric shock can occur. Regular RCD safety switch testing can help you avoid dangerous occurrences in your home and workplace.
Reliable RCD Testing Services
Jim’s Test & Tag can make sure your RCD is working efficiently, so you are protected if this type of electrical fault occurs. It is vital for every business to undertake RCD testing to ensure the safety of their staff members. RCD testing is prescribed in AS/NZS 3760:2010. Why Choose Jim’s Test & Tag for RCD safety switch testing? We’re electrical professionals who only use OHS/WHS compliant equipment for RCD testing. Our technicians have the latest industry knowledge ensuring you meet the correct safety standards and receive the best service.
For an RCD tester you can rely on, call Jim’s Test & Tag today on 131 546.