Publications

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Business plans for the Energy Safety d ivision of the Department of Commerce.
EnergySafety
Plans
22 Aug 2014
This application form is for an electrician's licence on completion of an apprenticeship in Western Australia. Fact sheet - Obtaining an electrician's licence on completion of an apprenticeship This...
EnergySafety
Form – application
07 Aug 2014
LP Gas is safe if handled correctly... If you own or hire LP Gas cylinders, you should be aware of the basic properties of the gas as well as safe handling and operating principles. There is no...
EnergySafety
Brochure
02 Jul 2014
Wood Pole Order 01-2009 issued to Western Power under Section 18B of the Energy Coordination Act 1994.
EnergySafety
Reports
12 Jun 2014
An amended version of the requirements was issued in 2014.
EnergySafety
Information
05 Jun 2014
Escalation in demand for solar photo-voltaic (PV) systems underpins a need to ensure and monitor that solar PV installations are being properly installed.
EnergySafety
Reports
03 Jun 2014
A compliance assessment (audit) to identify the degree to which the asset management systems and practices employed by Western Power that affected the strength and structural adequacy of its wood poles in 2005 comply with the Electricity (Supply Standards and Systems Safety) Regulations 2001.
EnergySafety
Reports
03 Jun 2014
Energy Safety carried out an investigation into the cause of the fire in Toodyay and determined that the cause of the fire was a fallen pole that ignited ground stubble. Please click the following...
EnergySafety
Reports
03 Jun 2014
A wild fire occurred near Parryville on 7 March 2007. Energy Safety carried out an investigation into the cause of the fire and determined that the fire started when a 22 kV conductor clashed with an...
EnergySafety
Reports
03 Jun 2014
When was the last time you checked your LP Gas installation to ensure it was safe and complies?
EnergySafety
Brochure
30 May 2014
This booklet covers, in general terms, basic electrical safety practices.
EnergySafety
Guide / handbook
20 May 2014
This booklet provides advice on how safety can be achieved and maintained by every electrical worker.
EnergySafety
Guide / handbook
20 May 2014
Guidelines for the storage of LP gas cylinders on properties in bushfire prone areas.
EnergySafety
Brochure
20 May 2014
Serious incidents have occurred while workers have been carrying out vegetation control work.
EnergySafety
Brochure
20 May 2014
The purpose of this document is to clarify the responsibilities for controlling and clearing vegetation around overhead power lines.
EnergySafety
Guide / handbook
20 May 2014
When was the last time you checked your LP gas installation? Follow this simple checklist to see if your marine craft is safe and complies with the regulations.
EnergySafety
Brochure
20 May 2014
This application form is for an electrician's licence on completion of the Australian Minimum Context Training Program (gap training), which resulted in the issue of a Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician.
EnergySafety
Form – application
20 May 2014
This application form is where the existing legal entity has not changed and the trading name has changed or, the existing legal entity has changed its name and is maintaining the same Australian Company Number (ACN).
EnergySafety
Form – application
20 May 2014
This application form is used where the existing legal entity has not changed and the trading name has changed, or the existing legal entity has changed its name and is maintaining the same Australian Company Number (ACN).
EnergySafety
Form – application
20 May 2014
A bush fire occurred near Brindle Road, Parkerville on 3 January 2008 and the Fire and Emergency Service Authority (FESA) advised Energy Safety at approximately 1700 hours on the same day.
EnergySafety
Reports
20 May 2014
Investigation into the cause of the fire determined that it originated when power lines were able to clash during strong gusty winds.
EnergySafety
Reports
20 May 2014
Investigation into the fire at Location 1478 near Esperance determined that it was caused when a Western Power (the network operator) power pole broke and fell over during high winds.
EnergySafety
Reports
20 May 2014
Investigation into the cause of the fire near Katanning determined that the cause of the fire was a fault on a Western Power (the network operator) overhead power line.
EnergySafety
Reports
20 May 2014
Investigation into the cause of the wild fire in Bridgetown determined that the cause of the fire was a fault on a Western Power (the network operator) overhead power line.
EnergySafety
Reports
20 May 2014
Investigation into the cause of the fire in Tenterden determined that the cause of the fire was a fault or failure of a Western Power (the network operator) overhead power line.
EnergySafety
Reports
20 May 2014

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