Documents and helpful links
Our Mission Statement illustrates our Environmental and Tackling Poverty commitments to Businesses and Citizens. We are a Non Profit committed to donating substantial shares of our profits, as they are received. We're going to be regularly giving away £100 to someone in your Community. We're also going to create more repair work locally, record repair histories of appliances and record the CO2 you all saved and how much money you contributed to helping those we donated to…..MORE TO COME.
EEESafe Certified Appliance Repairers
Check out our Pre Launch Article and register to be notified on how to become a Certified Appliance Repairer. Citizens and Repair Stakeholders can register their interest at that link. Together we can really “Repair a Broken World, One Community at a Time”
Check out if you are one of our recognised stakeholders and Contact us to talk about the benefits.
Safe waste and recycling collection services
Guidance on Collections for Recycling/Reuse
Electricity at Work Safe Working Practices. (HSG85)
Guidance when working on or near Electrical Equipment at work.
Safety in Electrical Testing at work. (INDG354)
Guidance to those who manage or carry out Electrical Testing
Safety in Electrical Testing Servicing & Repair of Domestic Appliances (EIS35)
Advice on ways of avoiding injury during service and repair of Domestic Appliances.
Memorandum of guidance on the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
A new edition of HSR25 intended to help dutyholders meet the requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989
Best Practice guide on Sockets
A Guide by Electrical Safety First produced for Electrically Competent, Skilled Persons and Consumers. Note EEESafe DATs must use an advanced device, to help and advise when it's appropriate to deal with an Electrician.
This Approved Code of Practice and guidance is aimed at employers, duty holders and anyone who has responsibility for the safe use of work equipment, such as managers and supervisors. It sets out what is needed to comply with the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998.
You don't need to PAT Test every Year
All you need to know from HSE where you may find a few surprises, that could save you money.
A PAT Test doesn't mean an electrical item is safe to use. It only means it's safe use. The above link illustrates this technically, but is comprehensive enough to be understood by anyone doing Electrical Repair and should be helpful to consumers.
Read our Article to look at what you may want to consider, when you are purchasing a Used Electrical Item.
How can you be sure an Electrical Appliance Repairer, knows what they are doing?
Because of Right To Repair, which we support, you may want to know if your item was repaired by someone who understands Electricity.