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Issue 60 Summer 2020/21
In this issue we announce the implementation of a new licensing regime for Lineworkers (including Cable Jointers), celebrate 100 years of the first electrical licensing exams, and Solar Victoria shares its top safety tips for solar installations.
Issue 59 Spring 2020
In this issue we address how ESV continues to meet its regulatory responsibilities during coronavirus (COVID-19), announce the introduction of a new licensing regime for lineworkers and answer your electrical questions.
Issue 58 Winter 2020
In this issue we announce the rollout of an independent review on the electrical inspection regime, warn the community around dodgy tree workers and announce the extension of ESV’s partnership with AFL Victoria.
Issue 57 Autumn 2020
In this issue we mark 100 years since the first electrician’s licence was issued, reflect on the summer bushfires and introduce the new Director of Energy Safety, Marnie Williams.
Issue 56 Summer 2019
In this issue we reflect on Paul Fearon’s ten years as ESV CEO and Director of Energy Safety, the ongoing importance of powerline safety checks across Victoria and our project to develop a future energy strategy.
Issue 55 Spring 2019
In this issue we recognise the achievements of our team in leading electrical safety standards adopted internationally, announce the impending launch of a new campaign and address the increase in compliance checks and action on solar installations.
Issue 54 Winter 2019
In this edition we introduce the new look online platform for COES and licensing activity via ESVConnect; announce the new carbon monoxide campaign ‘Be Sure’; and reveal strategies to help students achieve success.
Issue 53 Autumn 2019
In this edition we look at the Victorian Government’s incentives for residential solar power and the safety regime for installers; issue a new safety alert on four open flued gas heaters; and reveal that Powercor will plead guilty to multiple charges relating to powerline clearance.