The purpose of electrical safety inspections is to ascertain and record, through specific visual, functional and instrumental tests, that

  • an equipment has maintained the declared safety characteristics over time;
  • the level of risk associated with the use of the equipment is acceptable.

As reported in the literature, and within the same sector guides and regulations, the fundamental principles on which the verifications are based are:

  • Basic safety, as a requirement that an electromedical equipment provides protection against direct and indirect physical hazards, when used under usual or reasonably foreseeable fault conditions.
  • Efficiency/performance as the ability of a piece of equipment to meet a set quantitative performance requirement.
  • Effectiveness as the ability of an electromedical device to achieve expected results.

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