Practical advice on implementing Standards and achieving compliant and safe results across a range of electrical work.
Guidance to a minimum set of procedures, safety requirements and recommendations for a safe working environment that all Electrical Workers must know.
Guidance to assist the electrical worker to ensure data and communication networks are safe, compliant and to mitigate any hazardous or detrimental effects from general electrical wiring work.
A guide to mains polarity testing using an independent earth probe with supply isolated.
A certified design provides accountabilities and obligations on the designer and provides the installer or electrical contractor with a document to mount a defence if things go wrong.
Consists of photos and information displaying “real life” examples of unsafe non-compliant electrical work they identify the hazards created, and offer guidance for compliance. This collection will be added to over time.
A new edition of AS/NZS 3000:2018 (the ‘wiring rules’) has been published. It is likely AS/NZS 3000:2018 will be adopted into the Regulations to replace AS/NZS 3000:2007 in late 2019.
From 27 October 2017 changes will be made to classes of registration for electrical workers.
Find the important details for completing your certification documentation.
Find out what tests are required for you as an electrical worker.
Find out if your electrical work is high risk and in need of an inspection.
Find out which Standards apply to you and where to find them.
Find out where to learn about standards and regulation change.
Find out what to do when you spot non-compliant or unsafe electrical work.
Find out what you should do if you cannot complete or return to a job.
Find out where you can go for trusted answers to technical and regulatory questions.
Find out what equipment you need as an electrical worker.
Find out what to do if a homeowner is unwilling to pay for compliant electrical work.