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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.
Issue 10 Spring/Summer 2007
In this issue: Major recall of upmarket-priced hair straighteners. New audit program to ensure Type B gas appliances are compliant. ESV’s new gas safety commercial. Review of certificate of electrical safety-latest.
Issue 09 Winter/Spring 2007
In this issue: Safety installing downlights-new wiring rules explained. ESVs new approach to the gas acceptance regime. Brooke Hansons electric shock-ESV warning. Review of Australian Electrical Equipment Approval System.
Issue 08 Autumn/Winter 2007
In this issue: Never be in a hurry and always follow correct operating procedures. Man dies from burns caused by gas leaking from a cylinder. The importance of gasfitting competency. The top 11 electrical defects detected.
Issue 07 Summer/Autumn 2007
Welcome to the first issue of energysafe for 2007. Our aims for the year are to provide as much technical and useful information as we can for electrical and gas workers. We appreciate your feedback so please let us know whether you think we are keeping up with those aims or not.
Issue 06 Spring/Summer 2006
ESV remains concerned at the number of serious incidents reported to us which continue to occur – and the circumstances and extent of them.