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Working on or near energised electrical equipment (live work) is an unsafe practice and too frequently results in burns, shocks, serious accidents and fatalities for electricians and other workers. This is clearly unacceptable. New compliance obligations for licensed electrical workers The...
Information for industry
Stay informed with Building and Energy's latest news and updates. Building Commission News Building Commission News is a e-newsletter for builders, plumbers, painters and building surveyors in the Western Australian building and construction industry. Subscribe to news and updates to receive...
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David Hillyard was appointed as Acting Commissioner for Consumer Protection in December 2015. Prior to this, he was the Director of Consumer Protection’s Retail and Services Directorate. David has worked with Consumer Protection for over 35 years and has been in senior management roles where most...
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Energy Safety has prepared the following guidance to alert electrical contractors and electricians to the safety issues associated with BESS. The guiding principle is one of careful design and specification of equipment for each specific installation to achieve the highest practicable standard of “...
Information for industry
Preliminary Notice (PN), Notice of Completion (NOC) and Electrical Safety Certificate (ESC) are legal documents and every effort must be made to ensure they are complete and accurate prior to lodgement. Where an electrical contractor discovers (after submission or lodgement) that an error has been...
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In Western Australia workers have been killed by lightning, the most recent in 2014 when a backpacker working on a farm at Bruce Rock died after she was struck by lightning. Workers are most at risk working out in the open, on the sea or other waterways or sheltering under trees or other structures...
Environmental factors
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
eNotice
The following tutorials have been developed to assist you with registration and setting up your account, user management for electrical contractors and lodging an eNotice. If you require further assistance please contact Energy Safety . Registration and setting up your account User management for...
eNotice
eNotice 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 quality of information and less rework for everyone; accessible via mobile devices for on-site submission;...
eNotice
Submitting a Preliminary Notice, Notice of Completion or Electrical Safety Certificate through eNotice is a very efficient and intuitive alternative to paper forms. The system automatically fills fields based on meter number and licensing details, meaning you do not have to manually enter this...
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Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) are being installed in increasing numbers in electricity distribution networks, homes, remote area power supplies and commercial/industrial installations...
EnergySafety
Guide / handbook
09 May 2018
This checklist applies where any inspection, cleaning, repair, maintenance or alteration of plant is carried out or where the function or condition of plant is impaired to the extent that it presents...
WorkSafe
Checklist
25 Jan 2017
Process and time for adjudications under the provisions of the Construction Contracts Act 2004 as amended by the Construction Contracts Amendment Act 2016.
Building Commission
Fact sheet
13 Jan 2017
In July 2016 asbestos was found in composite roof panels at the new Perth Children’s Hospital. The roof panels were imported from China and classified as “asbestos free”, but testing by a National...
WorkSafe
Alert
26 Jul 2018
On Wednesday 1 June 2016, the WorkSafe Western Australia Commissioner released the Discussion Paper - Work Health and Safety Regulations for Western Australia (the discussion paper) for public...
WorkSafe
Information
19 Jul 2016
Building Commission
Consultations / public comment
21 Jun 2016
The Department of Commerce – WorkSafe Division has released a Discussion Paper on recommendations to amend the model Work Health and Safety Regulations (the WHS regulations) for the Western...
WorkSafe
Information
01 Jun 2016
This application form is for an electrician's training licence for an Indentured apprentice.
EnergySafety
Form – application
06 Oct 2015
This application is to be used for applicants undertaking training as a pre-apprentice.
EnergySafety
Form – application
27 Mar 2018
This application form is used to apply for a restricted electrical licence on completion of the refrigeration and airconditioning bridging course.
EnergySafety
Form – application
11 Aug 2015

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Announcements

Energy Safety is hosting several free information sessions for Western Australian electrical workers and contractors. Presented by Energy Safety staff, these sessions will update you on: the new Wiring Rules; regulations for live electrical work; and supervision of apprentices. If you are involved in the electrical contracting industry in Western Australia, these sessions are for you. Dates and...
EnergySafety
Event
25 Jan 2018
Energy Safety has issued a reminder of the importance of understanding the hazards present in roof spaces and how to avoid them. Director of Energy Safety, Ken Bowron, today issued a caution to be mindful during the festive season of the electrical hazards present in roof spaces. “The holiday season is upon us, and while we will be enjoying the usual Christmas and New Year festivities, many will...
EnergySafety
Media release
21 Dec 2017
Western Australia’s Building Regulations 2012 require owners of residential dwellings to have compliant smoke alarms installed prior to the sale, transfer of ownership, rent or hire of the dwelling.
Building Commission
Department News
20 Dec 2017
Energy Safety has issued a public warning about dangerous Salzer brand switches used in some solar systems installed in Western Australia since August 2016. Director of Energy Safety Ken Bowron said today the switches formed part of some solar photo-voltaic installations. “They are used to disconnect the current produced by solar panels so work can be undertaken on the electrical installation of...
EnergySafety
Media release
19 Dec 2017
Asbestos Awareness Week 2017 runs from 27 November - 1 December 2017. Please take this opportunity to ensure your workplace asbestos management systems are up to date, and that workers are aware of these systems. And remember – buildings built before 1990 are likely to contain materials with asbestos content. Follow the links for more information: Checklist for asbestos management Asbestos FAQ...
WorkSafe
Event
24 Nov 2017
With Acting Commissioner for Consumer Protection David Hillyard Do you buy electrical products online? You may be shocked to hear that overseas plug converters supplied with appliances to make them usable in Australia could harm or kill you! There have been two local cases recently where consumers reported receiving electric shocks from power adaptors that came with appliances they’d purchased...
Consumer Protection
Media release
01 Sep 2017
Energy Safety and Consumer Protection are issuing a joint public alert, concerned about the dangers of WA consumers using power adaptors that don’t meet Australian safety standards. The warning comes after two consumers reported receiving electric shocks after using an unsafe international adaptor. When the travel adaptor is plugged into a power board, two exposed pins designed for the United...
Consumer Protection
Media release
14 Aug 2017
The 26 th annual WAITTA INCITE Awards were held on the 16 th June 2017. The awards recognise local talent, products and technologies that help industry and government operate more efficiently. Energy Safety won the most effective Government solution award for eNotice, a web-based solution for the gas and electricity industry in WA for lodging work notices. With over 400,000 paper forms completed...
EnergySafety
Department News
03 Jul 2017
Interconnection of smoke alarms in residential buildings Requirements for a building permit Building surveyors and builders are reminded that mains powered smoke alarms located inside new residential buildings (being Class 1 buildings, sole-occupancy units in Class 2 or 3 buildings and Class 4 parts of a building) are required to be interconnected where more than one alarm is required to be...
Building Commission
Department News
28 Nov 2016
The Liberal National Government today introduced legislation into State Parliament to protect payments to subcontractors in the construction industry.
Building Commission
Department News
22 Sep 2016

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