Victoria's Space Solar has been banned from participating in the Solar Homes subsidy program after being found to have employed unlicensed electrical workers to conduct unsafe work.
The full range of products from Sydney-based company GL McGavin is now being exclusively distributed by IPD throughout Australia and New Zealand.
With the kick-off of Electrical Safety Week, Standards Australia is highlighting the standards followed by members of the construction, manufacturing and electrical community to help make Australia safe.
The Electrical Safety Office is auditing plumbers who perform restricted electrical work as part of their business to ensure they are following electrical safety guidelines.
Responding to a challenge from Boral, UNSW Sydney's Maker Games winners designed a solution that allows workers to safely shut down dangerous machinery in industrial plants.
The death of a Queensland worker acts as a devastating reminder of the dangers of powerlines.
Another arc flash injury has prompted the Electrical Safety Office (ESO) to issue an urgent callout to electrical workers: reset your safety focus and test before you touch.
The TeLoRa app, which stands for The Lonely Ranger, provides regular, automated check-ups, live GPS tracking and direct messaging.
An Ausgrid linesman has died after being electrocuted while working on the replacement of a low-voltage power pole in Lane Cove.
A licensed electrician and business have been fined $20,000 after a crucial safety component was not installed at a Wannanup building site in 2017.
WorkSafe has urged workers and employers to take precautions to avoid the risk of heat stress or heat stroke.
WorkSafe is investigating the death of a 19-year-old man who was believed to be electrocuted at a home in Melbourne on Tuesday evening.
Regular audits of construction projects by WorkSafe Queensland have revealed four key areas for concern in regards to wiring compliance.
NT WorkSafe has highlighted the importance of home owners using licensed electricians, as failing to do so is illegal and can lead to serious safety issues.
A man in his mid-50s has died in hospital after a high-voltage circuit breaker is believed to have exploded at the Yallourn Power Station in Victoria.