ABB has received Frost & Sullivan's 2017 Company of the Year award for setting the benchmark for digitalisation with its distributed control system portfolio.
South Australian Treasurer and Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis has launched a new Smart Energy Training Centre with the aim to upskill workers for South Australia's renewables boom.
Lighting Council Australia has said that it has received a commitment from the federal government to undertake further industry consultation about new regulations planned for the lighting industry.
The Australian Industry Group and Australian Constructors Association are predicting a solid upturn in major construction project work through to mid-2019.
Gerard Lighting's Crompton Hornet Floodlight has been awarded the 2017 IES NSW Luminaire Design Award of Commendation.
Queensland-based TJS Constructions has been fined $75,000 after a worker suffered a serious electrical shock.
The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition (AES 2018) is heading to Adelaide in 2018.
Western Australian company FQM Australia Nickel has been fined $65,000 after a worker was injured in an electrical arc flash at its Ravensthorpe Nickel Operations.
Jamie Robertson, a former electrical services technician from the Ford auto-manufacturing plant at Geelong, has won the Electrotechnology Industry Trade Teacher Award for 2017.
In October, the Queensland parliament passed the legislation that created the offence of industrial manslaughter. Simply put, it means: if you cost someone their life, you'll pay.
Nominations for the 2018 ARBS Industry Awards — the biennial awards hosted alongside the ARBS Exhibition — are now open.
Winners of the 2017 Australian Security Industry Awards were recently announced at a joint ceremony with the 3rd Annual Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs).
Master Electricians Australia (MEA) has welcomed the passage of legislation through the Queensland parliament that will guarantee payments to small and medium businesses in the building and construction industry.
Two important amendments have been made to the Electrical Safety Act 2002. These amendments directly target unsafe electrical work and unsafe electrical work practices and are in addition to existing penalties and disciplinary actions available under the Act.