Remedial Services

Intersafe will complete any remedial work required by the EICR in order to gain a satisfactory report and acheive electrical complaince.

Remedial Work fixes faults identified in an EICR

Remedial Work and Legal Obligations

After a Fixed Wire or Periodic Test you will have received an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR). If this report contained any C1 or C2 codes, or Further Investigation recommendations your installation has a high level of risk or danger to employees or customers.

You will need to appoint a suitably qualified contractor, such as Intersafe, immediately to complete the remedial electrical work required to resolve these issues, in order to receive a satisfactory report. Until the remedial electrical work is completed, your installation is not compliant with Health & Safety legislation.

If your EICR report contained any C3 codes, these are advisory and do not legally require remedial action, however, it has been identified that part of your electrical installation is no longer up to the required standard and remedial action is recommended.

What Happens After the Remedial Work is Completed

Following completion of remedial work, Intersafe will provide you with the required certification detailing what works have been completed for the areas affected. This should be kept with EICR to provide evidence of electrical compliance.

You will not need a complete re-test of the entire installation.

Our Services

Fixed Wire Testing (EICR)

An EICR (Electrical Inspection Condition Report) is issued after the successful completion of Fixed Wire Testing, which involves testing the electrical installations and circuits in your building(s).

PAT Testing

Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is a Health & Safety requirement for any organisation. This involves the testing of any portable appliances, machinery or equipment.

Thermal Imaging

Using thermal imaging, our engineers can accurately identify existing faults with an electrical installation, as well as predict potential future issues that could save lives.