The Queensland Electrical Safety Office's Electrical Licensing Committee meted out five fines and licence suspensions during the month of September.
ICT infrastructure experts will convene in Melbourne next month for Australia's largest ICT infrastructure event, the BICSI South Pacific Conference.
MATES in Construction says recommendations from the Productivity Commission's Mental Health report could help reduce suicides among construction workers.
Lighting Council Australia is now accepting nominations for the National Awards for Excellence in Lighting 2020, which will be held in Sydney in June.
A company has been fined $120,000 for exposing workers to risk of serious injury.
A gap in safety guidance for the battery storage sector has been filled with the publication of AS/NZS 5139:2019.
In 2018, the Victorian Energy Upgrades program saved more than 6.4 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions, bringing the total of savings to almost 52 million tonnes since the scheme started in 2009.
Master Electricians Australia has appointed electrical industry veteran John Horan as its new President. Horan brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the organisation.
2019's All-Energy Australia event is themed 'Advancing Australia's transition to a clean energy future', showcasing more than 290 industry-leading companies and innovative start-ups demonstrating transformative energy solutions.
Award nominations are open for the 2020 National Awards for Excellence in Lighting. The awards celebrate the achievements of companies and individuals who have excelled within the lighting industry.
NERA and Innovation Central Perth have partnered to assist industry with developing and deploying sensor technology to diagnose problems and optimise efficiency in industrial processes.
Building and Energy has invited those in the electrical sector to review and comment on proposed amendments to Electricity (Network Safety) Regulations 2015.
IPD has acquired Addelec Power Services, a specialist provider of low- and high-voltage electrical services.
The inaugural Energy Efficiency Expo Australia — to be held in Melbourne this October — will feature more than 70 expert speakers who will focus on energy management fundamentals.