Requirements in Queensland for hardwired interconnected smoke alarms in residential settings are broadening from 2022.
Hannah Watts has been crowned the 2020 ETU Apprentice of the Year, in an extraordinary line-up of all-female finalists.
A recent Australian construction industry poll has found keeping up to date with regulations is the most challenging part of quality and safety compliance.
Infrastructure will continue to stimulate the economy and jobs in 2021, in turn supporting residential and commercial projects.
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.
Over 40 mayors and councillors from across Australia have released a joint statement committing to economic recovery solutions that create jobs.
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.
The new Federal Budget will do nothing to stem declining apprenticeship rates, says CFMEU.
The latest survey of the electrical and communications contracting industry indicates that the financial impact of COVID-19 has been ongoing.
Proposed insolvency laws that will enable businesses to financially rebuild after the COVID-19 pandemic have been welcomed by NECA.
In order to further improve the safety of electrical installations, the Wiring Rules committee has created an amendment to the rules.
The shortlist for the annual Energy Network Industry Innovation Award has been announced by Energy Networks Australia.