Test and Tag

Test and Tag

What is Test and Tag?

‘Test and Tag’ is a process where a trained person checks portable electronic appliances, such as wheelchairs, scooters, electrical assistive technology, kettles, irons or toasters, with a testing device to make sure they are safe. 

The process is completed in three steps:

  1. The person will inspect and check the appliance visually for any damage. 
  2. They will then test the appliance with a portable appliance tester and conduct the required checks. 
  3. Lastly, they will place a sticker tag on the item that confirms it has been tested and states when it is due for its next test.


This process is to be completed every twelve months to ensure the appliances in your home are compliant and safe for your support staff to use.

Who needs it?


It is extremely important that all households, workplaces and facilities have their electronic devices tested for safety. 

Especially for those who regularly have support staff coming into your home. Your support staff need to be kept safe using your appliances. We appreciate this is your home but it is your support staff’s workplace and you have a legal requirement to keep it safe, by having your electronic appliances tested and tagged – your staff are kept safe.

What do I need in my plan?

To access this service with an NDIS plan, you will need to have core funding available. This service is claimed specifically from the ‘house and yard maintenance’ item code.

How do I get it?

If you would like to enquire about our Test and Tag services, the first step is to call our onsite test and tagger, Michael. 

You can reach him by calling 0401 738 293

Otherwise, you can email info@libertydisabilityservices.com.au

Or submit a referral form via our website.

What does Liberty offer?

Liberty Disability Services offers test and tag services to all participants across Victoria. Our on site test and tagger, Michael, has the required skills to make sure your electronics are in top-notch, safe and working condition. 

We will:

  • Conduct a visual inspection
  • Complete the electrical test
  • Provide a report 
  • Remind you when the test is due to be completed again. 


Michael is available to work flexible hours and eager to offer his helping hand in ensuring safety in your home.

What does it cost?

We are a registered provider of NDIS services. We are registered to claim services at the Temporary Transition Payment level. For more information on the price of the services we provide, please visit the NDIS page on Pricing Arrangement and Price Limits.

Can I access this privately?

Yes, you sure can!

Give us a call and we can make arrangements for support privately.