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  1. Licensing of plumbing apprentices and contractors’ obligations in the transition process

    This announcement is for:  Plumber Tradesperson It has come to the attention of the Plumbers Licensing Board (the Board) that in a small number of cases plumbing apprentices who have completed their apprenticeships, and obtained the appropriate qualificat ...

  2. Commissioner's Blog: Hot tips for holiday buyers

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Travel agent With Commissioner for Consumer Protection David Hillyard Perhaps it’s the recent cold weather or maybe use of tax refunds but many Western Australians seem to be booking trips to tropical destinations – Con ...

  3. Shed seller ordered to pay almost $77,000 in fines, compensation and costs (Shed Systems Pty Ltd / David Walter Ah Chee)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer A company and its Director have been ordered to pay a total of almost $77,000 in fines, consumer compensation and costs by the Perth Magistrates Court after taking substantial deposits from WA consumers for sheds but th ...

  4. Negligence finding for Boyanup builder – Michael Kenneth Cheeseman

    This announcement is for:  Builder Consumer Home buyer / owner Tradesperson The Building Services Board has fined a South West builder $5,000 for negligent conduct after he was named on a building permit to construct a house in Yarloop, but allowed an unr ...

  5. Patchy work puts painter in the red – Amin Rahimi

    This announcement is for:  Painter Builder Consumer Tradesperson Paintwork described as “faulty and unsatisfactory” has resulted in the Building Services Board issuing a $2,000 fine to a Ballajura painter. Amin Rahimi (PP/PC 8120) was subcontracted in Jul ...

  6. Avoid Perth petrol price rise

    This announcement is for:  Business / company Consumer Motor industry The average price of unleaded petrol is set to increase by around 19 cents per litre (cpl) to 149.2 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers to fill up today to save mone ...

  7. Ignition sources near LP Gas cylinders

    This announcement is for:  Gas worker In accordance with AS/NZS 1596:2014: The storage and handling of LP Gas, electrical connections should have a minimum 1.5 metre exclusion zone from gas cylinders (figure 1). Ignition sources are to be kept clear of th ...

  8. Water heater installations

    This announcement is for:  Gas worker There has been an increase in the number of Notice of Defects (NOD) issued to gas fitters who are installing and commissioning instantaneous/continuous flow gas water heaters which have been installed in locations and ...

  9. WorkSafe inspection program looks at commercial kitchen safety

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer WorkSafe will conduct a proactive inspection program to look at safety standards and issues in commercial kitchens in various WA workplaces. The program will continue throughout the 2019/20 financial y ...

  10. Inspection program in primary schools reveals concerns with hazardous substances

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer A proactive inspection program looking at safety issues in WA primary schools has raised concerns over failure to comply with workplace safety laws on hazardous substances. During the inspection progra ...

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