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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.
Issue 52 Summer 2018/19
In this issue we announce our new Gas BBQ safety campaign ‘Know the drill before you grill’. We also review the results for audits of Electrical Installation in 2017 and changes to regulatory regimes following the recent coronial inquest into a CO death.
Issue 51 Winter 2018
In this issue, we look into the maintenance of open flued gas heaters and the effects of a negative pressure environment. We celebrate achievements across the organisation including a 30 year milestone, TAFE Instructors Excellence Award and recipients of our inaugural Canteen Grants Program with AFL Victoria.
Issue 50 Autumn / Winter 2018
In this issue, we reflect on the events and stories that help shape Energy Safe Victoria. We also address safety alerts around open flued heaters and RCBOs.
Issue 49 Summer 2018
In this issue, we announce our partnership with the Clown Doctors from Royal Children’s Hospital. We also report on the tragic deaths of two Victorians prompting new calls to our Look Up and Live and Never Work Live campaigns.
Issue 48 Spring 2017
In this issue, we speak to Kerri McDonnell, recipient of ESV’s inaugural Instructor’s Excellence Award, introduce the first phase of ESVConnect and recap the Royal Melbourne Show.
Issue 47 Winter 2017
In this issue we speak with Vanessa Robinson and her fight for awareness of carbon monoxide poisoning, ESV’s apprentice safety campaign and the issuing of the first Switchgear licence.
Issue 46 Summer/Autumn 2017
In this issue we read about our new apprentice safety campaign, we unveil our new website and discuss a recent DIY fatality.