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JTMEC has trained technicians and electricians available to assist you in testing and tagging your electrical equipment at your workplace and inspecting and testing your emergency lighting.

Unlike a lot of businesses that operate in this space, we have qualified electricians that are available to repair any damaged electrical equipment or install replacement equipment where necessary. It is our goal to provide end-to-end services to all our clients.

These services are currently available in the following locations:

We also provide these services to mine sites Australia-wide.
Please call our friendly team for a quote today or send an enquiry to enquiry@jtmec.com.au


In each state or territory there are Electrical Safety or WHS regulations which specify the requirements that you must adhere to in order to ensure your workplace is electrically safe. One of those requirements is the testing and tagging of portable electrical equipment.

The regulations refer to the Australian Standards for compliance requirements, specifically AS/NZS 3760:2010. As this Australian Standard is referred to in regulation is it a legal requirement that your workplace is compliant with this, ensuring your portable electrical equipment is inspected, tested and tagged at the required intervals outlined in AS/NZS 3760:2010.

JTMEC have trained personnel and electrician’s Australia-wide that can perform test and tag services on all your portable electrical appliances.

JTMEC utilises the latest in PAT testing technology to provide efficient and effective services to you.

Our electrical technicians and electricians provide the following testing:


A visual inspection is conducted by JTMEC personnel and involves a comprehensive inspection of flexible supply cord, plug, appliance and socket. Covers and guards are checked to ensure they are attached, appliances are checked for rattles indicating the presence of small foreign objects that may interfere with the safety of the appliance, and Class II appliances are checked for deep engraving, which may impact on the insulation of the appliance.


The following electrical tests are required to be completed on the appropriate equipment under AS/NZS 3760:2010.


An RCD (Residual Current Device) is a life-saving electrical safety device that can either be fixed and located in a switchboard or power point for use in various locations. RCD’s are sometimes called Safety Switches or ELCB’s (Earth Leakage Circuit Breakers). They are designed to detect any disruption to the electrical flow through the circuit. They will quickly switch the power off should a disruption normally associated with electric shock or electrocution be detected.

Under WHS Regulations in many states and territories, the installation, testing and tagging of RCD’s is mandatory for all circuits protecting items in a hostile environment.

Our electrical technicians and electricians will also inspect, test and tag your fixed and portable RCD’s at you workplace. All inspections, testing and tagging is undertaken in accordance with AS/NZS 3760:2010 and any state based legislative requirements.

Remember that RCD’s save lives and it is important that you ensure they are regularly checked.

Please contact our friendly team for a quote today.


In the event of a serious incident in your workplace, your staff and customers will need to quickly and safely exit a potentially dangerous environment.

It is therefore imperative your emergency and exit lighting systems are functioning correctly and in accordance with AS 2293.

JTMEC electrical technicians and electricians are trained and qualified to inspect and test your emergency exit and lighting systems on a 6 monthly basis in accordance with AS 2293.2.

All inspections and tests include the following services:-

At the conclusion of testing,


We produce digital reports that will be provided to all our clients on completion of inspections and testing. These reports can be kept for compliance purposes to show your are meeting statutory requirements.

JTMEC will also provide you with all documentation required under Fire Safety legislation and Essential Safety Measures guidelines, including compliance certificate and completed log book