WorkSafe Victoria is investigating an incident in which a farm worker was electrocuted while operating a telehandler and subsequently died.
SafeWork NSW inspectors will visit construction sites to ensure electricians are operating safely and have the right control measures to manage electrical risks.
The AS/NZS 61439 fully type-tested outdoor main switchboard from Fuji SMBE Macquarie has passed rigorous testing to provide safety, performance and longevity.
SafeWork SA has reminded businesses of the risks of electric shock, after two separate electric shock incidents occurred in less than a month.
Unlicensed electricians in Queensland could be facing heavy fines, as the Queensland Government cracks down on unlicensed services being advertised.
A 37-year-old electrician has died while working under a house in Croydon, Melbourne. WorkSafe Victorian is investigating the incident.
The Serstech Arx+ handheld Raman spectrometer is designed to provide accurate measurements and efficient workflow while verifying single substances and complex mixtures.
A North Perth electrician has been fined $27,000 for a potentially lethal wiring error at a building site in Rockingham.
Queensland's Electrical Safety Office is targeting and prosecuting electricians who advertise and undertake unlicensed electrical work.
Factory set to prevent pressure changes, the ToolReg In-line Air Regulator is designed to be fully tamper-proof and ensure that only the required pressure is used for each individual pneumatic tool.
Emerson's Rosemount solids level switches are designed to provide users with a flexible level monitoring and overfill prevention solution for all silo types.
The Monoxor XR is a portable exhaust gas analyser, designed to measure CO from combustion engines burning propane, gasoline, diesel, LPG and CNG.
Queensland has updated its electrical safety codes of practice for the safe handling of electric equipment.
The Enerpac electrically powered EWCE wire rope and cable cutters are designed to reduce hazards and increase efficiency for a range of industries.
Queensland's Electrical Licensing Committee took seven electrical licensing disciplinary actions in November 2019. We take a look.