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Electrician for medical facilities in Sydney

Darren from Safe N Sound Electrical is an extremely experienced local electrician in Sydney that regularly services medical centres, hospitals, dental surgeries, aged care facilities, specialist clinics or other medical sites to install equipment, lighting or other electrical requirements. 

Our medical electrician services include;

  • ‘M’ Class Electrical Inspections
  • Connection of all medical equipment to power
  • Installation of CCTV or patient monitoring systems
  • Setting up nurse or patient call systems
  • 10mA cleaners outlets
  • Earthing electrical systems
  • Installation of lighting like ‘X-Ray On’ warning alarms or ceiling lighting.
  • Set up of low voltage control systems
  • Dedicated circuits set up for medical equipment
  • Isolation switch installation
  • Mains or switchboard upgrades


Our licensed electrician service in Sydney can complete electrical installation works, testing and maintenance services for medical facilities, surgeries, dentists, and similar locations. Our experienced and certified electrician is trained to work in clean rooms and procedure rooms, including day surgery areas, ensuring that all electrical works are performed to the highest standard.


We understand the importance of maintaining a safe, sterile, and functional environment in medical facilities, and that’s why we take great care to ensure that all electrical works are completed efficiently, safely, and in compliance with local regulations and safety standards.


Whether you need to upgrade your electrical systems, repair faulty equipment, or perform routine maintenance, our team of expert electricians has the expertise and technical knowledge required to get the job done right.



electrician for the medical industry in Sydney

Not all electricians in Sydney can carry out electrical work in the medical industry. Clinics, surgeries and other medical practices in Sydney need specialist equipment installed, connected and working reliably to keep staff & patients safe.

It is critical to engage with an electrician that has experience and is licensed to work in these environments that deliver such life critical services.

  • Hospitals (public & private)
  • Medical clinics
  • Aged care facilities
  • Dental surgeries
  • Optometrist
  • IVF Clinics
  • Pathology laboratories
  • Veterinarian clinics
  • any other specialist practices

If you need new or existing medical equipment connected to power then Darren from Safe N Sound Electrical can assess the site, determine the right way to have this type of electrical installation completed and then carry out the required scope of work.

This may need changes to the switchboard, the installation of 3 phase power or even new cabling run and all of this has to be done to the highest standard by an electrician to work efficiently and be safe in medical use situations.


Most medical facilities in Sydney have some form of CCTV monitoring system for security or patient monitoring requirements. A medical electrician can install these devices in reception areas, patient waiting rooms, surgical rooms or even recovery areas as required.

An electrician can run all the necessary power and data cabling needed so that the hardware is connected to the required servers for use.


If you need a Class M qualified electrician in Sydney then Darren from Safe N Sound Electrical can provide that service. He can undertake inspections of fixed electrical equipment installed in any patient area of a medical location. 

He has a very broad understanding of the safety requirements for electrical equipment that has to be used or installed in a patient area whether that is a hospital, dentist or optometrist.


The most important thing we focus on is the safety of employees, patients and/or residents. Everything that Darren completes is done to AS/NZS 3003:2018 Electrical Installations standards.

Darren is very experienced at working on patient areas, consulting rooms, treatment areas, day surgery rooms or even x-rays rooms. He can upgrade, re-wire, install, label and certify equipment and wiring as required. 

Darren will plan each step for the work to be carried out and where it is possible, will do so in a way that enables the site to keep operating so that an efficient medical environment is maintained for patient care.

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Our medical electrician service area

Safe N Sound Electrical is a locally owned and operated electrical business servicing Sydney and the inner suburbs around Randwick. We have been providing electrical services to health and medical centres around inner Sydney, including aged care facilities, for many years. 

Electrician that uses thermal imaging in Sydney

One of the methods that we use to thoroughly inspect any type of electrical equipment or switchboard is with the use of thermal imaging. Using this technology can detect potentially dangerous faults before they develop and cause an issue to the site. Our thermal imaging equipment can be safely used in medical facilities with the survey of an electrical installation revealing in seconds any abnormal component temperatures that typically precede equipment failure.

Our thermography report identifies the exact area of the fault so no time is wasted using other elimination techniques. This can save time & money as part of a regular preventative maintenance program to ensure equipment or rooms are always available for use.

The benefits of using this technology include;

  • Identify potential equipment/component failure or irregularities in loading
  • Prevent fire/explosion
  • Check component integrity
  • Determine the loading condition of the equipment
  • Managing corporate governance, risk and compliance
  • Maximising performance, profitability and competitiveness via room/equipment usage rates remaining high.
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Test and Tag electrical equipment

Electrician for medical facility test and tagging in Sydney

Our electrician in Sydney can conduct annual testing and tagging of electrical appliances used in medical facilities to ensure they meet the electrical rules according to AS/NZ 3760:2022. Equipment needs to be subject to regular inspection and testing to detect damage, wear and tear or other conditions that might render it unsafe for use by staff, patients or visitors.

We do not generally test and tag all items in the business (as other companies do), we will discuss with the medical site what equipment needs to be tested to meet Australian standards or local rules and regulations. We use specialised testing equipment to test each item and after each job, we will send a written report of all tested items for your records. If any failed items are found we will either remove them from service (after reporting to the relevant person) or repair if this is able to be done in a cost-effective manner.

When an electrician is performing tests and tagging of equipment, they are conducting a safety inspection to ensure that the electrical appliances and equipment are safe to use. This process involves a series of visual inspections, electrical tests, and tagging of equipment to indicate its safety status. The electrician will first visually inspect the equipment for any visible signs of damage or wear and tear that could potentially compromise the safety of the device. They will also ensure that the device is correctly wired, grounded, and has a suitable power source.

After the visual inspection, the electrician will use specialized testing equipment to check for electrical faults, such as insulation resistance, earth continuity, and polarity. These tests ensure that the equipment is safe to use and can protect against electrocution or electrical shock.

Once the tests are complete, the electrician will then apply a tag to the equipment to indicate its safety status. This tag will display information such as the date of the inspection, the name of the electrician who conducted the test, and the due date for the next inspection.

Licensed electrician for body protected area testing​

Licensed electrician for body protected area testing

Get a licensed electrician in Sydney to do body protected area testing to ensure your electrical systems are safe and up to Australian Standards AS/NZ 3003:2018. An experienced and certified electrician will deliver a high quality testing service to help you maintain a comprehensive safety regime for the electrical systems in body protected areas. 

We will conduct a test to identify any potential hazards and work closely with you to address them quickly and efficiently if needed. Our commitment to safety testing in Sydney is second to none, and we take great pride in providing peace of mind to our clients.

Annual body protected area testing as per AS/NZ3003:2018 Clause number 2.2.4 is required for the following patient areas; 

(a) Accident and emergency wards.

(b) Allied health care providers, e.g. chiropractic, physiotherapy, optometry and naturopathic.

(c) Anaesthetic bays.

(d) Audiometry rooms.

(e) Blood collection areas.

(f) Day procedure theatres.

(g) Delivery suites.

(h) Dental surgeries.

(i) Dermatology rooms.

(j) Doctors consulting rooms.

(k) Endoscopy theatres and procedure rooms.

(l) General medical and surgical wards.

(m) High dependency wards.

(n) Imaging rooms.

(o) Nurseries.

(p) Operating theatres intended for non-cardiac surgery.

(q) Patient examination rooms for outpatients.

(r) Plasmapherisis areas.

(s) Plaster rooms.

(t) Recovery areas or wards associated with operating theatres and imaging rooms.

(u) Respiratory function laboratories.

(v) Resuscitation bays.

(w) Stress test rooms.

(x) Treatment rooms.

(y) Ultrasound rooms.


Our electrician can visit your site (or multiple locations) to carry out the testing and provide the necessary paperwork once it is complete. A body protected patient area includes all full height walls and doors bounding an area where patients are stationed. That means dividers such as bed curtains, desks, or partial walls do not separate a body protected area from a common area: the body protected area encompasses the entire room. 


Cardiac protected area testing

Our electrician can also do cardiac protected area testing. Certain types of medical equipment cannot be used within these areas because they are cardiac applied. A cardiac protected patient area is similar to a body protected area meaning it is a whole room, but these areas will have stricter controls to allow for cardiac applied equipment to be used. 

Cardiac applied equipment directly involves contact with the heart and is associated with a significantly higher risk of electrical complications (i.e., microshock electrocution). Therefore this type of equipment must be checked and tested by an electrician in Sydney annually.

We will check electrical general-purpose outlets (GPOs), residual-current devices (RCDs), miniature circuit breakers (MCBs), and all components related to the safe supply of electrical power. It includes rules for where these fixtures must be installed, labelling of the circuits, and methods to test and inspect these protected areas to assure their continued safety.

Once completed we will then certify the room. Failure to certify body protected or cardiac protected electrical areas can be a high level of risk for your patients. Electrocution is not the only type of failure that conforming to this standard helps you avoid, other things like an electrical shock, burns, equipment damage, and even electrical fire could result from failure to properly install and certify electrical systems in patient treatment areas.


Electrician in Sydney for installation of lighting for theatres, procedure rooms and day surgery areas

Apart from general ceiling lights, reception area lights or even exterior lighting, Safe N Sound Electrical can install specialist lighting products that are used inside a medical facility.

This includes things like X-Ray control area warning lights, overhead lighting system equipment for operating surgeries or even adjustable lighting to be used in ultrasound rooms.

Old lighting can be replaced with modern LED energy efficient lighting or brand new set ups can be installed in new medical facility fit outs in Sydney by an experienced electrician.

As well as testing existing equipment our electrician in Sydney can install lighting systems for theatres, procedure rooms, and day surgery areas. Our experienced and certified electricians have the expertise and technical knowledge required to deliver exceptional lighting solutions that meet the specific needs and requirements of these specialised spaces.

  • Overhead Surgical Lighting: This is the primary source of lighting in an operating theatre or procedure room. It provides a large, bright, and shadow-free lighting source to ensure that surgeons and medical staff have sufficient illumination to perform procedures accurately.
  • Examination Lighting: These lights are positioned on examination lamps and are used to provide localised illumination for specific areas of the patient’s body.
  • Wall-mounted Lighting: Wall-mounted lighting fixtures are used to provide additional lighting to the operating theatre or procedure room. They are typically installed on walls or ceilings and are adjustable to provide optimal lighting for various procedures.
  • Backlighting: Backlighting is used to provide illumination behind the medical equipment, allowing surgeons and medical staff to see through the equipment and maintain a clear view of the operating area.
  • Task Lighting: Task lighting is used to provide additional illumination for specific tasks, such as reading medical charts or working with small medical devices.
  • Emergency Lighting: In the event of a power outage or other emergency, emergency lighting will provide backup illumination to ensure that medical staff can continue to perform procedures safely.

Electrician that installs dedicated electrical circuits

An electrician in Sydney can install new medical equipment that is being added to help treat patients. If needed a new dedicated electrical circuit or a 3 phase power upgrade can also be completed to ensure the new equipment is powered correctly.

Darren can assess your existing electrical wiring set up & capabilities to then recommend what needs to be changed or upgraded to suit the new medical equipment to be installed.


Electrician for medical equipment installation

Darren from Safe N Sound Electrical has loads of experience working in sensitive environments to install medical equipment, lighting, safety systems and more.

He understands what is required when it comes to safety measures, labelling, efficient set up & doing electrical work that is safe for staff, patients and other visitors.

See some of the work he has completed in Sydney

Darren electrican in Sydney for Safe N Sound electrical connecting medical equipment

Electrician with experience working with medical sites

Only some electricians in Sydney have experience handling electrical jobs on medical sites. Safe N Sound Electrical can offer;

Same day repairs
We understand the importance of minimal downtime in patient care. Our expert electrician will ensure repairs are conducted, tested and cleaned up in a safe and timely manner.


Regular maintenance
Darren is an electrician with the skills and equipment needed to perform regular maintenance, testing and replacement of electrical fittings where required.


Complete installation
Darren’s experience working in the medical industry enables him to efficiently install new or replacement complete electrical systems with minimal disruptions to staff or patients with safety always front of mind.

Darren can also do Body Protected Area testing, Emergency Light & RCD (Safety Switch) Testing. Safe N Sound Electrical provides all testing needed to keep your medical practice compliant, including Test & Tag.


Electrician for medical fit outs


Darren has the skills and equipment needed to perform medical industry installation, complete fit outs, maintenance and testing. From general power points and essential lighting to specialised medical electrical requirements, Safe N Sound Electrical can service any requirement.

Your staff and your patient safety is front of mind with every electrician service we conduct at each interaction. An electrician who specialises in medical-related locations is responsible for ensuring that the electrical systems in healthcare facilities are safe, reliable, and compliant with industry regulations. 

Some of the specific tasks that Darren as an electrician can perform include:

  1. Installing and maintaining electrical systems in hospitals, clinics, and other medical facilities, including wiring, circuits, and lighting.

  2. New clinic fit outs that require equipment to be connected to power, new lighting, monitoring systems set up and even safety warning signage installed.

  3. Testing and inspecting electrical equipment to ensure that it is functioning properly and is safe for use by medical professionals and patients.

  4. Designing and implementing electrical systems that are tailored to the specific needs of medical facilities, such as emergency backup power systems and uninterruptible power supplies.

  5. Troubleshooting electrical issues that may arise in medical facilities, including problems with electrical equipment, power outages, and other issues that may affect patient care.

  6. Ensuring compliance with electrical codes and regulations that are specific to the medical industry in Australia set by Safe Work NSW or Safe Work Australia


Medical electrical services in Sydney

Here are some of the services that can be provided by a licensed electrician in Sydney for medical and health related sites

  • Electrical installation of equipment or lighting for patient rooms & waiting areas
  • Equipment installation for emergency rooms
  • Lighting, power, CCTV or monitoring systems for laboratories
  • Sensitive equipment installation & cabling
  • Three-Phase power upgrades to a building
  • Backup generators for life support systems
  • Data cabling for communication or entertainment systems
  • Cabling & lighting for common areas
  • Power points & data outlets
  • Data cabling and fibre networking
  • Switchboard, distribution boards and safety switch upgrades
  • Security and safety (CCTV, access control doors, intercoms, alarms)
  • Air conditioning and HVAC systems
  • Emergency and exit lighting
  • Smoke alarms installed or checked / tested annually


Darren makes sure there is minimal inconvenience caused and will minimise any disruption to the working environment to ensure any scope of work is completed quickly. 

Darren will always provide a site risk assessment prior to any work starting to ensure staff and patients are kept safe at all times.


Frequently asked questions

Yes, Darren from Safe N Sound Electrical can do an M Class electrical inspection for a medical facility location in Sydney.

Dedicated circuits are needed for medical equipment for several reasons & you need a licensed medical electrician with experience to ensure it is installed and set up correctly:

  1. Electrical safety: Medical equipment is often designed to operate on a specific voltage and current, and may require a high level of electrical precision. A dedicated circuit ensures that the equipment is not sharing power with other electrical devices that may cause electrical interference or voltage fluctuations, which can lead to equipment malfunction or damage.

  2. Power requirements: Some medical equipment may have high power demands, which can overload a circuit that is also supplying power to other devices. Dedicated circuits ensure that the equipment has the necessary power supply to function safely and efficiently.

  3. Regulatory requirements: Medical equipment is subject to specific safety regulations and standards to ensure patient safety. Dedicated circuits can help meet these requirements and ensure that the equipment is operating within safe parameters.

  4. Reliability: Medical equipment is critical to patient care and often operates continuously, so it needs to be reliable. A dedicated circuit ensures that the equipment is not affected by power outages or other electrical issues that may occur with other devices on the same circuit.

An isolation switch, also known as an isolation transformer or a medical-grade isolation transformer, is an electrical device that is used in medical facilities to provide electrical isolation and protect sensitive medical equipment from electrical interference and voltage fluctuations.

Here are some ways in which an isolation switch is used in medical facilities:

  1. Electrical isolation: An isolation switch is used to provide electrical isolation between the power source and the medical equipment. This ensures that the electrical noise or interference generated by the power source does not affect the performance of the medical equipment.

  2. Grounding: An isolation switch can provide a separate ground connection for medical equipment, which reduces the risk of electrical shock and ensures that any electrical leakage from the equipment is safely directed to the ground.

  3. Protection: An isolation switch can protect medical equipment from power surges, voltage spikes, and other electrical disturbances that may occur in the power supply.

  4. Compliance: Many medical equipment manufacturers require the use of isolation switches to comply with safety standards and regulations, such as those set by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the National Electrical Code (NEC).