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Issue 18 Spring/Summer 2009
In this issue: ESV’s focus on improving BBQ safety. ESV investigates death of man in backyard incident at Ballarat. Paul Fearon confirmed as director of Energy Safety. Introduction of new gas inspection process.
Issue 17 Winter/Spring 2009
In this issue: Powerboard blamed for $1 million restaurant fire. Ziad’s reflections on the “Black Saturday” bushfires. ESV’s new gas safety commercial. Use of unlicensed electricians prevalent in Victoria.
Issue 16 Autumn/Winter 2009
In this issue: Apprentice plumber saves workmate. How to purchase and lodge COES online. ESV orders recall of gas heaters. Launch of global green electricians course.
Issue 15 Summer/Autumn 2009
In this issue: Black Saturday bushfires – How the energy industry responded to the disaster. Warning-keep airconditioners clear of LPG installations. Gas Standard AS1596-further changes explained.
Issue 14 Spring/Summer 2008
In this issue: ESV concern at spate of injuries to apprentices. Four hurt in explosion at Chinese restaurant. High cost of breaching undertakings given to a court. Scienceworks-a hair raising experience.
Issue 13 Winter/Spring 2008
In this issue: ESV warning-Never use outdoor heaters indoors. Man dies in incident involving outdoor gas heater. Man suffers horrific injuries in incident involving scissor lift and powerline. The synchrotron-local electricians contribute to world class science.
Issue 12 Autumn/Winter 2008
In this issue: Wild storm damage-is this the shape of things to come? Respected lineworker dies, government announces review into the response. Framing the new Electricity Safety (installation) Regulations-proposed changes to REC/LEI relationship.
Issue 11 Summer/Autumn 2008
In this issue: New wiring rules-an easy guide to the changes, ESV information sessions, compliance. ESV’s proposed policy on supervised workers licenses. Lucky escape when powerline falls onto excavator. Providing the lights and sounds for new Melbourne tourist attraction.