In IT, personal safety is just as crucial an issue as personal data. That’s why companies in Germany are legally required to conduct regular DGUV-V3 reviews of their electrical installations.
The DGUV-V3 review, as laid down by the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), is designed to prevent accidents that may be caused or facilitated by improperly maintained electrical equipment and appliances. German companies are required by law to conduct regular DGUV-V3 reviews and document reviews to make sure they’re eligible for insurance.
Most importantly, these reviews must be conducted by a qualified technician who will assess all relevant equipment and evaluate associated risks.
DGUV reviews are conducted at Bechtle’s Installation Centre and are valid for 36 months. Should your individual policies demand shorter review cycles, then these can, of course, be accommodated as well.