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Peninsula Test n Tag Services offers on-site testing and tagging of all your appliances and electrical devices. We undertake a comprehensive range of testing including a Run Leakage Test. All of our equipment is state of the art, allowing us to undertake testing as quickly and efficiently as possible.

As part of the process, we undertake and provide a visual inspection of plugs and the entire length of the cord. In doing this we ensure there are no signs of any damage, heating/melting, pitted or corroded pins, and non-conforming changes to the cord or end connections. For your convenience, we can also replace faulty plugs and cords.

Test results will be provided for all jobs showing a complete record of the work done.

We can undertake testing for any size business and provide our services to the following industries:

  • Aged Care

  • Construction Sites & Trade Power Tools

  • Commercial Buildings (Offices, Retail, mixed use Buildings)

  • Education (Primary/Secondary Schools, TAFE’s, Kindergartens)

  • Factories & Warehouses

  • Hospitality (Breweries, Restaurants, Cafes, Wineries)

  • Medical 


Our team members have valid Working with Childrens Check (WCC) and undergo National Police Checks.  


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Electrical Test and Tagging is the procedure of safety checking for electrical appliances. The testing is undertaken to AS/NZS 3760:2022 Standards.

Workplaces in Victoria must be able to demonstrate safe systems of work, including electrical safety. Portable appliances such as power tools, extension leads, kitchen appliances, cleaning equipment and computers are just a few examples of equipment types that need frequent testing in the workplace.

The primary reason behind testing and tagging is to ensure the safety of the people in the workplace who come into contact with the appliance, while also minimising the risk of an electrical hazard. If an accident does occur and no testing and tagging was previously completed on that item, the employer may be considered liable.

Electrical Testing and Tagging forms part of your workplace risk management system.


The RCD/Safety Switch is primarily used to provide personal protection from electric shock. RCD’s are safety devices that can be fitted to a switchboard, an individual socket outlet or as an in-line device in an extension lead or flexible cord that must be periodically tested.

RCD’s have to pass two types of tests;

  • A Push Button Test – Checks the operation of the test button; and

  • The Operations Test – Measures the tripping time of the RCD is within its correct operational parameters.

The testing frequency for the above tests depends on the type of environment and/or equipment. For the Push Button Test this is performed either at 3 or 6-month intervals and the Operational Test is performed typically every 12  or 24 months (there are some exceptions to these frequencies).

Upon passing the test a sticker must be applied to each RCD Tested, below is an example.



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Peninsula Test and Tag Services are fully trained to undertake a range of three phase electrical equipment. This equipment is often found in industrial workplaces and usually requires specialised testing equipment. 

We can test all three-phase equipment 10, 20, 32, 40 and 50 amp. In order to successfully Test n Tag 3 Phase Equipment, the following three tests must be undertaken.

  • Earth Bond

  • Insulation Resistance

  • Leakage Test

Regular testing can help to identify faults before they happen, saving money as downtime and loss in productivity can be expensive.

We can work with you to find a way to minimise disruption to your business and provide you an obligation free quote.

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