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Testing and Tagging is the process of inspecting and testing electrical equipment for the safety of your employees and ensuring compliance with Australian WHS and electrical safety regulations and workplace safety. Each year the timely testing and tagging of electrical equipment save hundreds of lives. Inspecting and testing reduce the risk of lengthy insurance claims in the event of damage caused by faulty equipment.

Adelaide Urban Electrical specialist technicians are trained to be WHS compliant as well as certified and qualified electricians. Servicing includes the following:

  • Electrical Risk Assessment
  • Portable Appliance Testing
  • Fire Protection Services
  • RCD Safety Switch Testing
  • Earth-Fault Loop Impedance Testing
  • Data Management

The Importance of Testing and Tagging

If commercial electronic equipment is faulty, it can result in several problems that can jeopardise the safety of an employee. Such issues can range from anything such as electric shocks to skin burns or electrical fires.

Identifying faulty electronic equipment can prove to be more complicated than it sounds, which is why hiring a professional electrician to perform testing and tagging is so important. At Adelaide Urban Electrical, our testing and tagging services involve the thorough testing of commercial electronic equipment in the workplace to help identify any existing problems and prevent any further risks.


Commercial fire alarms are a crucial part of fire safety in commercial properties. Our alarms are perfect for office buildings, warehouses, distribution centres, retail outlets, pubs, shopping centres or hotels, etc. So, whatever you need to ensure the safety of your staff and your buildings, we have the perfect solution.


Commercial fire alarm systems are often responsible for protecting a larger number of people than residential alarms. The difference also extends due to the fact that they are governed by stricter legislation concerning maintenance and testing.

Unlike residential fire alarms, testing will usually need to be carried out by a qualified professional regularly. Inspection and servicing of fire alarms should take place at least 2-4 times per year. However, this may be more often, depending on the specific requirements of the location.

Our services include:

  • Emergency lighting – Test and Replacement of Emergency lighting
  • Test and replacement of exit/evacuation lighting
  • 240-volt smoke detectors
  • Lithium battery smoke detectors
  • Appliance and equipment testing and tagging
  • Maintenance contracts

Call Adelaide Urban Electrical for All Your Commercial Electrical Safety Needs!