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Camping safely with LP Gas

Outdoor gas appliances must only be used in the open air to avoid exposure to carbon monoxide.

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Stay safe and warm

Un-serviced gas heaters can release poisonous carbon monoxide into your home. Get a licensed gas fitter to service your heater...

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Look for the WaterMark

How do you know if a plumbing product is certified for use?

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Building and Energy

Announcements & Publications

General inspection report five – Investigation into re...

General Inspection (Investigation) Report Five – Investigation into the re-roofing of buildings, provides an overview of Building and Energy’s investigation...

Changing your roof cover – Things you need to know

Building and Energy is aware of several roofs that have lifted off or collapsed following changing of their roof cover. In these cases, the required building...

Residential building material and labour shortages

The current, Australia-wide shortage of building materials and skilled trades is impacting the residential construction industry in Western Australia. Supply...

Appliance safety in the spotlight as gas campaign heats up

Building and Energy campaign targets carbon monoxide hazards in the home Gas heaters should be regularly serviced by a licensed gas fitter Ensure adequate...

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Get set for new, safer gas cylinder connection

Roll-out of LCC27 valves and appliance connections for small LPG cylinders Safety features protect against gas leaks and fires Existing appliance connections...

Electrical eNotice Guide

    A guide to obligations and use of the electrical eNotice system.

Gas eNotice guide

  A guide to obligations and use of the gas eNotice system.

Compliance report – A summary of technical building...

The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety - Building and Energy Division (Building and Energy) has developed an audit program to monitor...

Battery burn warning after pocket fires like ‘flares and...

Two separate incidents in WA resulted in serious leg burns Loose lithium-ion batteries can ignite if they touch coins or keys Safety warning for users of...

Building practitioner fined for misleading and negligent...

Building Services Board’s $3,000 fine follows a SAT order to pay $20,000 Patio and alfresco project had 11 areas of defective work Value of work understated...

Security of Payment Bill passes Parliament – Commerce...

The Building and Construction Industry (Security of Payment) Bill 2021 has today passed through Parliament The Bill will improve security of payment across...

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