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Test and Tag in Hobart, Launceston, Devonport and Tasmania

ATS’s expert technicians are located in both the North and South of Tasmania.  Not only servicing the major areas, the ATS team service all areas of the whole state – meaning there will always be an ATS technician available to service your electrical safety and fire safety services state-wide. 

To contact your local ATS technician in Tasmania, please click on the above link for further information, or alternatively contact the ATS National Support office on 1300 287 669 or click here to request a quote

In 2012, WHS regulations were enacted in Tasmania with the Electrical Safety Code of Practice adopted shortly thereafter.

All items in a hostile environment, one where portable electrical items are exposed to heat, dust, moisture, corrosion, abrasion or vibration) must now be inspected and do test and tag on an annual basis in accordance with AS/NZS 3760:2022.  

RCD’s protecting circuits in these hostile environments must be tested to ensure their tripping time is within stated tolerances on an annual basis. 

To find out more about the retest frequencies for test and tag along with RCD testing, please visit our guide to the Tasmanian electrical safety regulations.

Our ATS technicians in Tasmania hold the appropriate fire protection equipment license and are fully trained to inspect and test your portable firefighting equipment.and exit and emergency lighting systems.

All ATS technicians are fully insured with Public Liability and Professional Indemnity insurance, follow ATS’s safe systems of work and wear a professional ATS uniform and ATS identification badge.

In addition, all ATS’s clients benefit of our state of the art reporting system.  This interactive system is world class and ensures you have access to the test history of all your appliances including the detailed test results – not just the results we want you to see!   Click here for more information on our reporting system.