Electrical Plug Labels
Our plug labels are suitable for portable appliance testing (PAT) and other electrical safety inspections. They can be affixed to electrical plugs to identify whether or not that appliance has passed its latest inspection; in the case of failed appliances, the plug labels include a 'Do Not Use' warning to prevent injuries and further damage.
All of our electrical plug labels are self-adhesive, and their use will help you to meet your obligations as specified in the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and the Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998.
Labels are supplied in packs of 100. Choose from the following products:
view details for Passed for use label.
view details for Failed do not use label.
view details for Passed next test label.
view details for Tested label with annual test dates.
Our PAT Plug Labels
These plug labels are part of our electrical testing/PAT range, and as such, they are suitable for a wide variety of inspection purposes. Here are some of the ways in which our electrical plug labels are commonly used:
- Risk assessment programmes
- Planned maintenance
- Breakdown repair
- Routine checks and annual inspections
The labels themselves can be applied to practically any appliance with an electrical plug, including power tools, computers, cleaning equiment, kitchen appliances, and more. Some of the labels give space for signatures and/or dates, and our 'Tested' label allows the service engineer to list annual test dates for years to come.
If these aren't the plug labels you were looking for, please call Label Source on 0800 3761 693 and we will do our best to find a suitable label for your needs.