Individuals and businesses, including not-for-profit organisations, selling or supplying used or second hand electrical appliances must make certain potential buyers of the appliances are aware of certain information. This includes:
If testing and tagging is conducted, it must be performed by a competent person.
There is no direction on the format of the label apart from the above wording.
It is acceptable to have a (test and tag) compliance tag attached to show it has been tested and tagged by a competent person in conjunction with a tag or label advising the equipment is second hand.
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