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Plumber in hot water over incomplete work - Joshua Andrew O'Neill (PL7643) Cloverdale plumber fined $3,000 for non-certified work - Matthew David Mitchell (TL13359) Fine puts Karrinyup plumber on notice - Joseph Travaglini (PL5037) Halls Head plumber failed to notify and certify work - Ian Beckwith...
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This page provides information for employers and employees about silica and some of the legal duties relating to protecting workers from developing silicosis. Silica is found in sand, stone, concrete and mortar. It is also used in the manufacture of a variety of products including composite stone...
Silica
The department is seeking your comments regarding the regulations that will support the proposed Work Health and Safety Act for Western Australia (WHS Act (WA)) . The following videos have been produced to provide information regarding the consultation process: Work Health and Safety Regulations...
Information sessions and workshops
Construction Induction Training cards (CIT) are supplied to an RTO on the condition that the CIT cards are only issued to candidates who provide evidence that they are located in Western Australia at the time of the assessment for the CPCCWHS1001 Prepare to work safely in the construction industry...
Construction Industry Training Card
Silica is a common naturally occurring mineral. This fact sheet provides information about where silica is found, what are the hazards and risk management. What is silica and where is it found? Silica is a common naturally occurring mineral, also known as silicon dioxide. One common type of...
Silica
Submitting a notice through eNotice is a very efficient and intuitive alternative to paper notices. There are 4 types of notices: Notice of Intention (NOI) Notify Drainage Work Completed Certificate of Compliance (COC) Emergency NOI/COC Please note: From 1 October 2019 paper notices will no longer...
eNotice
You will need your licence number and the email address registered with Building and Energy . Enter your details and request a security code. We will send a one-time security code to your registered mobile number or email address. Once you enter the access code and agree to the Terms and Conditions...
eNotice
eNotice Please note: From 1 October 2019 paper notices will no longer be avaiable for purchase. Click here for details . What is the benefit 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...
eNotice
eNotice is a web based facility for the electronic lodgement of Notices of Intention and Certificates of Compliance for plumbing work (excluding multi-entry for minor works). It has been developed to improve the efficiency of work notice processes and achieve cost savings for all parties. It is...
eNotice
The fees below are effective from 1 July 2019. Fees are reviewed annually and are subject to change. Electricity (Licensing) Regulations 1991 New application Note: Includes a non-refundable portion Electrician licence (EL) $173.00 (1 year) $561.00 (5 years) Restricted electrician licence (RE) $173...
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THIS DOCUMENT IS NO LONGER CURRENT AND IS AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE FOR HISTORICAL PURPOSES ONLY. The public comment period on the Work Health and Safety Regulations for Western Australia closed on 26...
WorkSafe
Information
14 Jan 2020
This technical note explains the changes in AS/NZS 3500.2:2018 for permissible junctions in sanitary plumbing and drainage systems. The changes relate to junctions used for connecting graded pipes to...
Building and Energy
Technical standards
05 Dec 2019
Minor plumbing work template. Last updated 5 December 2019.
Building and Energy
Template
05 Dec 2019
This DRIS is the final stage of an extensive review of Western Australia’s plumbing laws which began in 2014 with the release of a report commissioned from independent consultants, ACIL Allen...
Building and Energy
Consultations / public comment
27 Nov 2019
Building and Energy
Form – notification
04 Nov 2019
Updated reporting requirements for minor plumbing work.
Building and Energy
Fact sheet
24 Oct 2019
The objective of this policy is to inform licensed plumbing contractors (LPCs) and restricted plumbing permit holders (permit holders) of their responsibilities in regard to the recording of minor...
Building and Energy
Policies
21 Oct 2019
Complete this form to renew your Plumbing licence/permit.
Building and Energy
Form – application
17 Oct 2019
Building and Energy
Guidance note
20 Sep 2019

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It has come to the attention of the Plumbers Licensing Board (the Board) that in a small number of cases plumbing apprentices who have completed their apprenticeships, and obtained the appropriate qualifications to apply for a plumbing tradespersons licence are continuing to work in the industry without obtaining the required licence to do so. This results in the former apprentice effectively...
Building and Energy
Department News
26 Aug 2019
The Water Corporation advises that a number of important enhancements have been made to asset protection documentation. The changes address safety issues for working on or near assets and clarify a number of ambiguities in the previous documentation. Impacted documents and key changes include: Technical Guidelines for working near Water Corporation Assets Inclusion of a requirement for serious...
Building and Energy
Department News
22 Jul 2019
Home owners can be reassured that WA’s building regulator is taking action on standards, compliance and dispute resolution across the industry, according to retiring Building Commissioner Ken Bowron. Mr Bowron leaves Building and Energy (formerly the Building Commission and Energy Safety ) today after 10 years, including 18 months at the helm of the combined division within the Department of...
Building and Energy
Media release
14 Jun 2019
The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) is conducting a stakeholder satisfaction survey to invite feedback on our services and our role as a regulator. The results will help DMIRS focus on business areas and services that need performance improvements. If you subscribe to a DMIRS email newsletter or subscriber news service, you may be contacted by email and invited to take...
Consumer Protection
Department News
29 Apr 2019
The adoption of eNotice by the plumbing industry has been very positive with feedback showing a high level of satisfaction with the system. As a result, Building and Energy will be ending the sales of paper notices later this year. From 1 October 2019 paper Notices of intention and Certificates of compliance will no longer be available for purchase, however, contractors may continue to lodge...
Building and Energy
Department News
08 Apr 2019
The Drainage Plumbing Diagram (DPD) system will be upgraded tomorrow, Wednesday 10 April 2019 at 5.00pm . The search function will be unavailable for approximately one hour at that time. If you have any enquiries regarding the upgradel, please email be.publications@dmirs.wa.gov.au .
Building and Energy
Department News
09 Apr 2019
The Drainage Plumbing Diagram (DPD) system used for purchasing DPDs will be upgraded next week. The enhanced system will work the same way but will provide a shopping cart feature to allow for multiple purchases and overall improved delivery. The upgrade will take one hour and the DPD search function will be down during this time. It is proposed to occur next week and will be outside of office...
Building and Energy
Department News
01 Apr 2019
Building industry participants in regional WA are invited to free information seminars on important changes coming up in the Building Code of Australia (BCA) 2019 edition. Spanning nine locations from Esperance to Broome during March, the events are presented by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety’s Building and Energy team (formerly the Building Commission). The seminars aim...
Building and Energy
Media release
05 Feb 2019
WorkSafe has issued a safety alert on the health risks caused by exposure to respirable crystalline silica (RCS) for workers in the stone benchtop manufacturing, finishing and installation industries. Cumulative exposure to RCS may cause serious, debilitating and potentially fatal health effects, including silicosis. RCS is smaller than dust and is invisible to the naked eye. Tiny particles of...
Building and Energy
Alert
18 Dec 2018
The following statement was issued by Hon Bill Johnston MLA, Minister for Commerce and Industrial Relations, on Tuesday 11 December 2018: John Fiocco's review of security of payment reform for WA subcontractors released Government will carefully consider all 44 recommendations The McGowan Government today released John Fiocco's final report on Security of Payment Reform in the WA Building and...
Building and Energy
Media release
11 Dec 2018

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