Safe Work Australia is asking industrty members to complete a five-minute survey about the current Australian WHS Strategy 2012–2022.
In Australia, cabling regulations are mandated under the Telecommunications Act, ensuring that installers, products and installations meet stringent criteria.
Standards Australia has published a revised series of standards to better enable selection of energy-efficient household appliances.
Queensland employers now have access to People at Work, said to be Australia's only validated and evidence-based psychosocial risk assessment survey.
The NSW Government has launched a new service standard for handling workplace incidents.
Five electrical licence holders were subject to disciplinary action throughout November and December 2020.
LCA continues to maintain its position on the use of non-compliant products in Australia, reporting 17 suspected products to the electrical safety regulator.
Building and Energy in WA has issued a reminder on the Notice of Completion (NOC) requirements.
Failure to prosecute over the death of a worker at a power station two years ago is being described as a denial of justice.
Requirements in Queensland for hardwired interconnected smoke alarms in residential settings are broadening from 2022.
A recent Australian construction industry poll has found keeping up to date with regulations is the most challenging part of quality and safety compliance.
The NCC outlines the minimum performance-based requirements for new and refurbished buildings across a range of topic areas.
Inspectors from WorkSafe Victoria (WSV) will be out in force as the state opens up, ensuring employers are doing everything they can to protect their workers.
Queensland's Electrical Licensing Committee has disqualified an electrical worker from holding a licence for 10 years.
ESV is reminding tradespeople across Victoria that face masks are now mandatory.