Electrical Safety Testing

ESTstickersChances are your medical, dental, veterinary or laboratory facility has some electronic and electrically operated devices that come in direct contact with patients and/or staff. 

If that’s the case, then the subject of electrical safety testing of that equipment should definitely be of interest to you!

More so if your facility gets routinely (or maybe not so routinely) inspected by federal, state or local authorities.

The good news is, you don’t have to be an electrical engineer to appreciate the value and wisdom of making sure all of your electrical and medical electronic devices are operating safely and in compliance with regulatory and industry standards.

That’s a no-brainer!

What’s not a no-brainer, though, is knowing and understanding just what “electrical safety” really is and what it looks like. 

So, to that end, here’s a document you may find helpful.  Hopefully, it will shed some light on this rather technical subject.  Just be mindful that it focusses more on general electrical safety of appliances (in the workplace as well as in the home) rather than on specific types of equipment (such as medical or lab). 

Now, if you’ve already clicked on the link and taken a look, then you see that it is a 58-page document.  So, it definitely goes in-depth.  

Yes, it’s probably more information than you need!  Still, I recommend at least “skimming” through it to get the gist of what it talks about. 

Think of it as . . .

“Everything you NEVER wanted to know about electrical safety–and were content not to ask!”

It’s better to be a little bit “enlightened” than to remain “in the dark.”

Anyway, you’ll be glad to know that ZERIMAR MEDICAL performs electrical safety testing and documentation for many of our clients.

Some of them need this done once a year (annually), some twice a year (semi-annually).  

Either way, we provide our clients and their staff with “evidence-based” peace of mind.

And we can do the same for you.

So, if you would like to know more about how you can have this specialized service preformed at your facility — and how it can help to ensure the safety and well-being of your patients and employees by verifying (and documenting) the operational safety and integrity of your equipment — then give us a call:

(480) 497-4392

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