Mandatory eNotice lodgement is coming

Since its launch in 2016, eNotice has been widely accepted and acknowledged by industry for its efficiencies and overall effectiveness. With over 90% of notices now being completed in eNotice, Building and Energy has made the decision to make lodgement of Preliminary Notices and Notices of Completion using eNotice mandatory.

As of 1 July 2019 it will be mandatory to lodge all electrical Preliminary Notices using eNotice.

As of 1 October 2019 it will be mandatory to lodge all gas and electrical Notices of Completion using eNotice.

Network Operators and Gas Suppliers will no longer accept paper forms beyond these dates and no exemptions will be provided.

Electrical Safety Certificates can still be issued using either eNotice or paper forms. However, paper books of the safety certificates will no longer be reprinted and when our stocks are exhausted they must be obtained and issued using eNotice.

Registration

If you have not Registered to use eNotice, you can do so on the links below:

Registration - Gas eNotice

Registration - Electrical eNotice

Further information

For general use and registration assistance please visit the eNotice webpage

For further assistance contact our call centre on 08 6251 1900 or email energysafety@dmirs.wa.gov.au.

Building and Energy
Department News
17 Apr 2019

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