PAT Testing is the process of visually  and electrically testing any electrical equipment for safety whether for work or personal use.
The reason we have PAT Testing is to ensure that an appliance is electrically safe for all those who use it. We visually check the appliance  for any defects like damage or missing components. The appliance goes through a number of electrical checks such as continuity, insulation resistance and polarity.

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It is essential that all electrical appliances are checked annualy to ensure your safety and others who may use the appliance. Electrical items such as; electrical tools, kitchen appliances, power leads, extension leads and all other workplace and home electrical equipment should receive a annualy check.

in other words, if you have an appliance that has a plug that is intended to be connected to a wall socket or generator, it qualifies as needing to be PAT tested. This can include items such as electric drills, monitors, printers, PCs, kettles and larger items like photocopiers, vending machines and others.

Every year in the UK there are numerous workplace related accidents. Many of these are  caused by electrocution. Poorly maintained equipment causes injuries or be the source of destructive fires. Almost all of these could have been prevented if the electrical item in question was PAT Tested yearly.
The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 require that any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury is maintained in a safe condition.
Portable electrical equipment must be maintained to prevent danger.