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Under the Gas Standards (Gasfitting and Consumer Gas Installations) Regulations 1999 (the Regulations), work specified in the Regulations as gasfitting must only be carried out by designated persons or those registered by the Director of Energy Safety (the Director). This Gasfitting Record Book has...
Installation and service record books
This Gas Service Logbook has been issued by the Director of Energy Safety as a means of recording information about the servicing of a consumer’s gas installation by a registered gas fitter. Use of this Gas Service Logbook for recording servicing work by a gas fitter satisfies the requirement of...
Installation and service record books
The Code of Practice (CoP) aims to assist people designated or applying to be designated as an Inspector (Gas). Code of Practice for Inspectors Gas Click on the link below to access the CoP and related documents Code of Practice for Inspectors Gas
Designated inspectors
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Gary Newcombe May 2021 - Current Gary Newcombe became Commissioner for Consumer Protection and Executive Director for Consumer Protection on Monday 24th May 2021. Gary has 40 years' experience in the Commonwealth and State public sectors and the Western Australian Parliament, primarily in the areas...
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eNotice provides a facility for users to amend a notice they have previously lodged, if considered necessary. A lodged Notice of Completion (NOC) is a legal document certified by a gas fitter. Any change required to a lodged NOC can only legally be certified by the same gas fitter. Guidelines for...
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The use of eNotice is subject to a number of terms and conditions which must be acknowledged and accepted when registering. eNotice Terms and Conditions The terms and conditions can be viewed here Terms and Conditions
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The following tutorials have been developed to assist you through the registration, setting up your account and lodging a notice process. If you require further assistance please contact Building and Energy . Register for eNotices tutorial Setting up your account tutorial Lodge a notice tutorial...
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eNotice What are the benefits to me and my business from using eNotice? The potential benefits are: quicker, more convenient and cheaper than completion and delivery of paper forms; better quality of information and less rework for everyone; accessible via mobile devices for on-site submission;...
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Submitting a notice through eNotice is a very efficient and intuitive alternative to paper notices. The system automatically fills fields based on meter number and licensing details, meaning you do not have to enter this information each time. After logging into eNotice, you can lodge a new notice...
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Public comment period has now closed regarding the regulations that will support the proposed Work Health and Safety Act for Western Australia (WHS Act (WA)). THIS DOCUMENT IS NO LONGER CURRENT AND...
WorkSafe
Information
27 May 2021
The department has developed a checklist for employers and workers engaged in the fabrication and installation of stone benchtops. This checklist highlights safety issues with a focus on silica...
WorkSafe
Checklist
07 Feb 2020
The Construction Industry Safety Advisory Committee (CISAC), a tripartite committee of the Western Australian Commission for Occupational Safety and Health, has been made aware of alleged non-...
WorkSafe
Bulletin
08 Mar 2019
Report of the Construction contracts register for the financial year to 30 June 2006.
Building and Energy
Reports
12 Dec 2018
Report of the Construction contracts register for the financial year to 30 June 2007.
Building and Energy
Reports
12 Dec 2018
Report of the Construction contracts register for the financial year to 30 June 2008.
Building and Energy
Reports
12 Dec 2018
Report of the Construction contracts register for the financial year to 30 June 2009.
Building and Energy
Reports
12 Dec 2018
Report of the Construction contracts register for the financial year to 30 June 2010.
Building and Energy
Reports
12 Dec 2018
Report of the Building Commissioner for the financial year to 30 June 2012.
Building and Energy
Reports
12 Dec 2018
Report of the Building Commissioner for the financial year to 30 June 2013.
Building and Energy
Reports
12 Dec 2018

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WA’s energy safety regulator is sharing vital electrical and gas safety tips for people working from home and starting to prepare for cooler weather. Building and Energy is encouraging householders to check that their electrical and gas equipment is safe, in good working order and compliant with Australian standards. “People are using electrical appliances in home offices and for projects around...
Building and Energy
Media release
05 May 2020
WA’s gas safety regulator is urging people to avoid potentially lethal exposure to carbon monoxide by ensuring their gas appliances are well maintained, used correctly and not subject to product safety alerts. Building and Energy’s warning comes as Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week (27 April to 3 May) gets underway and households prepare for cooler weather. Director of Energy Safety Saj Abdoolakhan...
Building and Energy
Media release
29 Apr 2020
While the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic is changing rapidly, we remain focussed on delivering our services while adhering to advice from Government to protect the health and safety of our staff and the wider community. The department is planning for a range of scenarios and endeavouring to ensure continuity of service. A number of functions can be performed remotely or by using our online...
Corporate
Department News
23 Mar 2020
Under OSH legislation, employers are required to provide and maintain, as far as is practicable, a working environment in which their workers are not exposed to health risks. This includes situations where employees and contractors may be at risk of contracting viruses such as the COVID-19 coronavirus. Employers need to keep up to date with the latest health warnings from the Australian and WA...
WorkSafe
Alert
10 Mar 2020
On Thursday 20 February, the Work Health and Safety Bill 2019 passed through the Legislative Assembly of the Western Australian Parliament. The Hon Bill Johnston MLA, Minister for Mines and Petroleum and Industrial Relations said: “I am pleased that the Work Health and Safety Bill has now passed the Legislative Assembly. “The McGowan Government recognises the importance of these reforms and hopes...
WorkSafe
Department News
25 Feb 2020
As WA settles in for a season of Christmas lights, barbecues, new outdoor equipment and DIY projects, Building and Energy is sharing its top tips for a safe summer when using gas, electricity, roof spaces and items attached to building structures. Festive lights Building and Energy A/Executive Director Saj Abdoolakhan is encouraging people to ensure their interior and exterior festive lights are...
Building and Energy
Media release
17 Dec 2019
Our offices will be closed from Wednesday 25 December 2019 to Wednesday 1 January 2020. Normal services will return on Thursday 2 January 2020. For urgent enquiries please visit our contact page.
Corporate
Department News
04 Dec 2019
A registered gas fitter has been ordered to pay more than $10,000 for his potentially deadly connection of a natural gas cooker to a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) supply, which caused a fireball to erupt when the appliance was used. Following a prosecution by Building and Energy (formerly Energy Safety ), the gas fitter pleaded guilty at Perth Magistrates Court to two breaches of WA’s gas...
Building and Energy
Media release
11 Nov 2019
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 this exclusion zone. Ignitions sources include, but are not limited to, electrical appliances or equipment, switchboards, switches, junction boxes, Telstra Network Termination Devices...
Building and Energy
Department News
19 Aug 2019
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/or conditions that do not meet the requirements of AS/NZS 5601.1 Clause 6.3.12 and 6.3.13. Clause 6.3.12 and 6.3.13 reference the local OHS requirements, which has raised questions...
Building and Energy
Department News
19 Aug 2019

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