New electrical safety regulations set to come into effect on 13 May will require licensed electricians to mount, locate, fix or remove solar panels on solar farms.
Both consumers and contractors are reminded to check electrical contractor licences, after a man has been fined for posing as a qualified electrician in Queensland.
The Queensland Government has set up a Special Joint Taskforce to investigate allegations of white-collar crime in the Queensland building industry.
This is the first time a manufacturer will host the IEC/TC31 conference, held from 25 March to 5 April 2019 in Waldenburg.
The Standards Australia draft AS/NZS 5139 Electrical Installations — Safety of battery systems for use with power conversion equipment is now open for public comment.
The National Electrical and Contractors Association (NECA) is reminding electrical contractors that AS/NZS 3000:2018 becomes mandatory from 1 January 2019.
With the new year quickly approaching, the Australian Building Codes Board has outlined how the 2019 National Construction Code differs from the 2016 edition.
Standards Australia has been working on developing hydrogen standards as Australia transitions to a low-carbon future.
The Australian Subcontractors Association is urging the government to provide better protection for subcontractors following the collapse of engineering firm RCR Tomlinson.
Standards Australia has published a new standard that sets out specific requirements for the design, selection, installation, commissioning and maintenance of energy-efficient residential air conditioning.
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MEA is urging all political parties in the upcoming Victorian election to lift electrical safety standards and introduce mandatory safety switches on all circuits on all properties.
New legislation aims to strengthen existing protections for students against the inappropriate actions of some unscrupulous VET providers.
The six-month transition period for the new Wiring Rules Standard (AS/NZS 3000:2018) ends in January 2019. This article provides insights on key changes related to switchboards.
ISO 50001, the flagship international standard for improving energy performance, has just been updated.