Issue 45 Spring/Summer 2016
In this issue of EnergySafe we look at the recent Build Aware program, explore complex gas acceptance, review the multi-layer composite pipe forum and provide background on gas standards.
Issue 44 Winter 2016
In this issue we meet NECA’s apprentice of the year, discuss organisational changes at ESV, unveil GasTrac – our new online system for gas applications, and look at how best to protect combustible materials near domestic cookers.
Issue 43 Autumn 2016
In this issue of EnergySafe, you can take a look at our new farm safety campaign, there’s an update on the Cannon safety notice, proposed changes to hoverboard requirements, and a safety alert for working with submersible pumps.
Issue 42 Summer 2016
In this issue we take a look at the dangers of cheap and dodgy electrical products and take a look at ESV’s new farm safety campaign following two farm deaths.
Issue 41 Spring 2015
In this issue we take a look at the new guidelines for the supervision of electrical apprentices and report on a concerning spate of electrocutions. We also list some of the recent product recalls, let you know how to barbecue safely this summer and update gasfitters on protecting combustible surfaces.
Issue 40 Winter 2015
The winter issue of EnergySafe includes a look at the launch of ESV’s new carbon monoxide campaign, details on our free farm safety signs, a reminder about the dangers of non-compliant switchboards, and an update on fire-resistant boards for gasfitters.
Issue 39 Autumn 2015
In the Autumn issue of energysafe we preview our new carbon monoxide awareness television commercial and tell you how to register for a free training course on measuring CO emissions. We also cover new electrical licence fees, safety concerns about butane “lunchbox” cookers, electrical guidelines for working on lifts and manual gas shut-off valves for high-rise tenancies.
Issue 38 Summer 2015
In this issue of EnergySafe we take a look at the consequences of unlicensed work, discuss the dangers asbestos is still posing to tradespeople more than a decade after it was banned in Australia and also detail a number of the recalls that are currently under way. For electricians, we take a look at the changes to ASNZS 5033 while gasfitters can learn about the national database of certified gas appliances.