A COVID-19 code of practice has been developed by Master Electricians Australia for the electrical industry.
A fact sheet that details what critical works are and why they must continue during the COVID-19 pandemic has been released by Energy Networks Australia.
An electrician who was seriously burnt by an arc flash explosion is sharing his story to help prevent injuries and deaths.
A conviction and $30,000 fine has been issued to a solar installer, after a worker fell and was killed at a Bendigo construction site.
A small concreting business and its director have been fined a total of $42,500 for unsafe electrical practices.
Disciplinary action, including fines, was taken against five electrical licence holders during February–March 2020.
Managing the risk of COVID-19 spread is difficult when colleagues need to travel with one another in the same vehicle.
The informative guide seeks to address the lack of appropriate regulations and misinformation surrounding solar lighting products.
Access to rescue and resuscitation training for electrical workers has been impacted by COVID-19.
An amendment has just been released for the 2018 edition of AS/NZS 3000 Wiring Rules.
Origin Energy Eraring has been fined $15,000 over dust emissions from its Eraring Power Station at Lake Macquarie in October 2019.
Construction site workers are being reminded to adhere to enhanced hygiene practices to combat the spread of COVID-19.
With more people working from home due to COVID-19 restrictions, electrical safety in the home office is of paramount importance.
COVID-19 contingency plans have been put in place by the energy sector in order to secure the electricity supply during this pandemic.
A solar panel installation company has been charged by WorkSafe Victoria, after a man fell to his death while installing solar panels.