True North Electrical provides a range of services to ensure businesses meet their Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) requirements. From emergency lighting installation and maintenance to test and tag services on all electrical products used by a business and its employees we have you covered.


We install, maintain and test emergency lighting systems in a wide variety of customer's installations. Compliance with the statutory requirements is met by recording details of tests in a special OHS "Emergency and Exit Maintenance Log Book" and reporting defective and non-compliant fittings to the client. We will also provide you with a no-obligation quote for the cost to repair or replace the non-conforming light fittings.
As our employees are fully trained Electrical Fitter Mechanics, we can repair these lights for you the same day they are found to be defective.


Our latest cutting edge PAT testers ensure that not only are all your assets tested and tagged, but also ensure that you are kept up to date with the latest information on your assets with the click of a mouse.
Our PAT Testers upload via Blue Tooth to a secure terminal server so data can not be lost. The software package allows scheduled reminders to be sent to your chosen email address - Simply select the due date when you would like to be informed that your assets are due to be retested. You will be automatically be notified on the due date you specified - this allows you to gather all the items together and retest at the same time.
We manage the database for you and email you the report as soon as it is uploaded to ensure compliance.
Our employees are certified and have been trained by external training organisations to prove we are serious about our testing. They have also received our own in-house training to ensure customer satisfaction is guaranteed.


Our PAT Tester also has capacity to carry out RCD testing so you can stay compliant with AS/NZS 3017:2007 and AS/NZS 3760:2010. Once again there is a full range of verification readings available in your reports, which are available from our database on request.
Your switchboards are assigned unique asset identification numbers with each RCD having its own identity. So over time, a history is recorded of each device showing when it was tested, by whom, how quickly it tripped and if it passed or failed.
If an RCD fails, we notify the client immediately and recommend replacement on the spot to ensure the safety of the people whom utilise the circuit.
Traceability is the key with devices such as RCDs that are designed to save your life in the event of a fault situation.
The client can have peace of mind to know that their equipment has been tested correctly and is functioning as designed.