EAS – There when you need us – providing 24 hour/7 day a week cover for our clients

The EAS team can provide 24/7 cover for your plant ensuring that you’ve got help when you need it for any unplanned outage or electrical emergency that might occur.


Whether you need help due to power outages, electrical fires, equipment malfunctions, short circuits or electrical shock incidents EAS will be there to help you get your plant up and running again as quickly as possible.


What should you do in the event of a machine breakdown or electrical emergency:

  • Ensure the area is safe:
    • turn off and isolate the machine
    • secure the area to prevent accidents.
  • Conduct an initial assessment:
    • if it is safe to do so, carry out a basic inspection of the machine, noting any unusual noises, smells or visible damage.
  • Check maintenance logs:
    • check any recent maintenance history for recurring issues or recent repairs. This can help diagnose where the problem may be coming from.
  • Take photos:
    • these can help EAS understand the problem before they arrive.
  • Log the job through the appropriate channels for EAS to come and assist you get back up and running.


Early Warning Signs of Potential Electrical Hazards

There can be early warning signs that a machine may be about to fail. These could include:

  • frequent circuit breaker trips
  • unusual noises from electrical panels
  • flickering lights
  • burning smells from wiring or equipment
  • visible wear or damage to electrical components.


If you notice any of these signs, the best action is to log a maintenance callout before a full breakdown occurs. Better yet, talk to the EAS team about getting a planned maintenance schedule in place to reduce the likelihood of any unplanned downtime.


If you would like to arrange on call cover for your plant, get help with carrying out your planned maintenance or developing a planned maintenance plan for your business, get in touch with the EAS team today on 07 834 0505 or [email protected].

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