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Issue 37 Spring 2014
In the spring issue of EnergySafe, we take a look at how regional footy is helping to spread the look up and live message, discuss the new RIS for the 2015 Electric Line Clearance Regulations, and inform gasfitters about safe levels of CO exposure in the workplace. In other stories, we discuss LED light installation, take a look at competency-based training for electricians and also take a look at new options for complying with AS/NZS 5601.
Issue 36 Winter 2014
The July issue of Energy Safe takes a look at ESV’s new safety campaign for arborists and vegetation workers. There’s also a warning about the dangers of non-compliant switchboards, information on unapproved electrical appliances, and a story on the need to ensure cookers are well secured.
Issue 35 Autumn 2014
Welcome to our first online issue. In this issue you’ll find the results of ESV’s investigation into the Morwell Terminal Station incident, Victoria’s adoption of AS/NZS 5601.1 and 2, a story on solar alteration requirements, the new rules for Type A gas certification and compliance audits of Type B gas appliances. Enjoy!
Issue 34 Summer 2014
This issue takes a look at ESV’s new Look before you cook summer barbecue safety television commercial. Technical articles include de-energising a site with an advanced meter, gaining approval for mobile catering vehicles, plus your invitation to ESV’s forthcoming AS/NZS5601 roadshow presentations.
Issue 33 Spring 2013
In this issue we ask electricians to comment on proposed changes to the Wiring Rules, unveil ESV’s new children’s electrical safety website, take a look at ESV’s stand at the Royal Melbourne Show and explain why RCDs are a good idea.
Issue 32 Winter 2013
The winter issue of EnergySafe features a story on Vanessa Robinson’s quest to prevent deaths from carbon monoxide poisoning, takes a look at ESV’s new guide to vegetation management, details the new fees for licenses and COES, and explains the requirements relating to gas appliances in commercial kitchens.
Issue 31 Autumn 2013
This issue of the magazine looks at the success of our summer look before you cook campaign and also looks ahead to our carbon monoxide awareness winter safety campaign. There’s also a chat with one of Victoria’s longest electrical licence holders and technical stories on changes to wiring rules and ensuring gas components are like for like.
Issue 30 Summer 2012
This month’s issue highlights ESV’s two summer safety campaigns – Look before you cook about gas barbecue safety and a reminder to houseboat owners and operators to get the electrical and gas installations on their vessels checked every year. We also review preparations for the bushfire season and discuss the correct use of CO detection equipment.