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  1. Survey shines a light on solar industry experiences

    This announcement is for:  Electrical contractor / worker Consumer Building and Energy seeking input from property owners with solar systems Focus on safety, compliance and experiences of WA’s solar industry Survey closes on 30 June WA’s electrical safety ...

  2. Industry Bulletin 139 – Coating and corrosion failure to carports and patios

    This bulletin is intended to highlight the responsibilities of fabricators and installers when carrying out the preparation, manufacture and installation of carport and patio structures. ...

  3. Commissioner's blog: Say ‘no’ to extended warranties

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Would you pay for something you’re entitled to get for free? Buying an extended warranty on new whitegoods, electronics or even a car could mean you’re doing exactly that. This is because products are automatically guar ...

  4. Decision paper – Swimming pool and safety barrier control

    This publication is for:  Builder Building surveyor Home buyer / owner Permit authority Documents:  Decision paper – Swimming pool and safety barrier control This Decision Paper is the final stage of an extensive review of WA’s regulatory requirements for ...

  5. Building company fined $175,000 over death of worker

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer Building company Gran Designs WA Pty Ltd has been fined a total of $175,000 over the 2017 death of a contract worker in the South-West town of Yarloop. The company pleaded guilty in the Bunbury Magistr ...

  6. Guide on price increases to home building work contracts

    This information relates to home building work contracts that fall within the scope of the Home Building Contracts Act 1991 (the Act) – that is, contracts for home building work valued between $7,500 and $500,000. ...

  7. Avoid Perth petrol price rise

    This announcement is for:  Business / company Consumer Motor industry The average price of regular unleaded petrol (ULP) is set to increase by over 31 cents per litre (cpl) to 158.8 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers, if they can, to ...

  8. Court decision clarifies pharmacy assistants are covered by the Shop and Warehouse Award

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer Award coverage for pharmacy assistants employed by businesses in the state industrial relations system has long been a complex and contested issue. On 3 May 2021, the Western Australian Industrial Appe ...

  9. Commissioner's blog: The lowdown on bond top-ups

    This announcement is for:  Landlord / lessor Tenant As rents rise across Western Australia, many tenants may discover that in addition to paying more weekly rent, there is a further expense being asked of them. When rent is increased at a property, a land ...

  10. Former builder penalised for unapproved and non-compliant work – Jeffery Thomas Jennings

    This announcement is for:  Builder Building surveyor Permit authority Building work at a Kalgan property did not match the approved plans Issues included excessive height and an unauthorised carport Mr Jennings failed to properly manage and supervise a bu ...

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