Electrical contractor / worker

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National licensing (NOLs) in Western Australia On 13 December 2013 the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) decided not to proceed with national occupational licensing. Status: Closed 30 September 2013 Information session A public information session on the current status of the national...
Consultations and reports
The table below provides information on when Construction Training Induction Card is required (Based on draft National Code of Practice for Induction Training for Construction Work) Guidance on inclusions and exclusions Safety awareness training required Safety awareness training may not be...
Construction induction
Information on the requirements for induction training in the construction industry
Construction induction
Reasonable time, if no time set A contract or agreement for the supply of services usually states when the services will be provided and the date they will be completed. If not, you automatically guarantee to supply the service within a reasonable time. What is ’reasonable’ will depend on the...
Guarantees and warranties
Services must achieve the consumer’s stated purpose You guarantee your services will be reasonably fit for any purpose specified by the consumer and that any products resulting from the services are also fit for that purpose. Example: A consumer asks for a key to be cut to fit his door and shows...
Guarantees and warranties
Whether you have to provide a refund, repair, replacement or compensation to a consumer for problems with goods or services depends on whether you have met consumer guarantees set by Australian law. You are responsible for understanding your legal obligations. Australia’s consumer protection...
Guarantees and warranties

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Building and Energy, in conjunction with WorkSafe, has published new guidelines for safe management of high voltage electrical installations.
EnergySafety
Technical standards
21 Jan 2019
An educational article about the identification of occupational safety and health (OSH) hazards.
WorkSafe
Fact sheet
21 May 2014
This register identifies those electrical appliances that have been approved by for sale or hire, or that may be made available for sale or hire, or that may be advertised for sale or hire under section 33B(1A) of the Electricity Act 1945.
EnergySafety
Register
16 May 2016
Prescribed electrical appliances must not be sold, hired or exposed for sale or hire or advertised for sale or hire unles the electrical appliance of that class or type is approved and is stamped or labelled if and as prescribed in the regulations.
EnergySafety
Register
28 Nov 2018
This information sheet explains why pins on electrical plugs must be insulated. All electrical appliances and equipment incorporating three-pin plugs being offered for sale or hire must comply with...
EnergySafety
Fact sheet
28 Nov 2018
The Community expects the electrical appliances they use to be safe. This fact sheet summarises electrical safety laws for importing, selling or hiring out electrical appliances and equipment in...
EnergySafety
Fact sheet
18 Mar 2019
This form is used to notify Energy Safety of a change of name to an electrical worker's licence, permit, or certificate of registration and obtain an updated licence card.
EnergySafety
Form – application
05 May 2014
This form is used to notify the department of a lost or stolen electrical worker's licence, permit or certificate of registration and to apply for a replacement.
EnergySafety
Form – application
07 Feb 2019
This application form is used to restore a name to the Electrical Licensing Register.
EnergySafety
Form – application
05 May 2014
This authorisation form once duly signed, enables employee electricians to complete electrical safety certificates on behalf of the electrical contractor. Note: copies remain the property of the...
EnergySafety
Form – notification
07 Jan 2019

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