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Please note: The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety will be affected by Western Power undertaking essential network maintenance and electrical work, which may impact our websites and services on Sunday 21 January 2018. There is a possibility that Energy Safety ’s services may be...
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How to restore your expired electrical licence Applying to restore your expired electrical licence is now even easier with our new online restoration service. How does it work? To use the new restoration service, you will need to know your licence number (which can be found on the front of your...
Services
How to update your contact details Changing your contact details with Energy Safety is now even easier with our new online notification service. How does it work? To use the new notification service you will need to know your licence number (which can be found on the front of your licence or permit...
Services
Energy Bulletins provide electrical and gas 'technical and safety' information, including details of new and amended legislation and standards. Energy Bulletins are of particular interest to electrical and gas workers. Bulletins are produced four times per year. Each edition includes separate...
Energy Bulletin
Consumer Protection has one metropolitan Perth office and six regional locations in Western Australia. Need to submit a payment? Cashier counter services are located at the Cannington office. Payments will no longer be accepted at the Perth office. The cashier services include lodging payments for...
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A preliminary notice or notice of completion needs to be submitted to certify certain types of electrical installing work. The notice of completion form includes a certification of compliance of the electrical work to the relevant network operator. The responsible electrical contractor is required...
Electrical installations
The sample inspection system recognises that some electrical workers and contractors are quite capable of getting the job done correctly the first time. It also ensures that the responsibility for ensuring that the work is done correctly rests with the electrical contractor and electrician, and not...
Electrical installations
A guide to the energy industry technical safety regulatory framework administered by Energy Safety .
Functions and responsibilities
Energy Safety 's primary objective is a safer Western Australia. Our secondary objectives include protecting users of electricity and gas. Electricity and gas can be dangerous. Energy Safety has several strategies to reduce the dangers and provide a safer environment, including: to have safe...
Our objectives
Electricity (Network Safety) Regulations 2015 The Electricity (Network Safety) Regulations 2015 came into effect on 6 August 2015. The Electricity (Network Safety) Regulations 2015 are designed to ensure the safety of the public, consumers and electricity workers in the vicinity of electricity...
Electricity supply network safety

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General It is a requirement of Regulation 45(1) of the Electricity (Licensing) Regulations 1991 that an electrical contractor shall ensure that his/her electrical contractor’s licence number appears...
EnergySafety
Information
17 Jul 2018
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
A summary of statistical information about electrical incidents in Western Australia.
EnergySafety
Reports
07 Apr 2015
Energy Bulletins provide electrical and gas technical and safety information, including details of new and amended legislation and standards. Energy Bulletins are of particular interest to electrical...
EnergySafety
Bulletin
30 May 2018
These guidelines for the safe management of high voltage electrical installations are issued under Section 33AA of the Electricity Act 1945 (WA) by the Director of Energy Safety and are endorsed by...
WorkSafe
Guide / handbook
26 May 2014
A complete list of Building Commission Advisory Notes. Building Commission Advisory Notes are published to provide technical and regulatory information for the building industry of Western Australia.
Building Commission
Advisory note
20 May 2014
Building Commission Industry Bulletins are published to provide regular updates on legislative requirements for the building industry of Western Australia.
Building Commission
Bulletin
20 May 2014
Building Commission Industry Bulletins are published to provide regular updates on legislative requirements for the building industry of Western Australia.
Building Commission
Bulletin
20 May 2014
Energy Safety , in conjunction with WorkSafe, has published new guidelines for safe management of high voltage electrical installations.
EnergySafety
Technical standards
21 Jan 2016

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Announcements

Western Australian home and business owners are being urged to contact their builders or electrical contractors to determine the brand of electrical cabling installed in homes or business premises following a national safety recall of Infinity brand cables which don’t comply with Australian safety standards. Energy Safety advises licensed electrical contractors who know or suspect they have...
Building Commission / Consumer Protection / EnergySafety / Corporate
Media release
27 Aug 2014
On 12 August 2014, the Minister for Commerce, Hon Michael Mischin MLC announced that a Western Australian version of the model Work Health and Safety (WHS) bill would be introduced shortly into State Parliament. This will be in the form of a green bill, which will be released for a consultation period of three months. More information
WorkSafe
Department News
13 Aug 2014
Unfortunately there was an error in the media release headed “Warning issued on dangerous solar isolating switches” date May 21, 2014.
EnergySafety
Media release
22 May 2014
Energy Safety has issued a public warning about dangerous switches used in some solar systems installed since January 1, 2012. Director of Energy Safety Ken Bowron said today the switches formed part of all solar photo-voltaic installations. “They are used to disconnect the current produced by solar panels so electricians can work safely on the electrical installation of a home or business,” Mr...
EnergySafety
Media release
21 May 2014

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