SafeWork NSW will inspect solar farms in operation and under construction, as part of a safety campaign to ensure compliance.
An electrical company has been fined after a first-year apprentice with two months' experience was spotted working unsupervised with live equipment.
A man has been convicted and fined $16,000 for performing unlicensed electrical work between November 2018 and January 2019.
Mineglow's strip lights are specially designed for environments where fire or explosion hazards exist due to flammable gases or explosive substances.
Protect workers from arc faults with Rockwell Automation's specially designed enclosure, featuring a patented arc baffle ventilation system.
The Leuze LBK radar safety system enables 3D area monitoring in harsh environments, generating a switching signal when a person enters a monitored area.
Queensland's Electrical Safety Office has been granted an injunction against a rogue operator accused of performing unlicensed electrical work.
A Northern Territory electrical services company and its director have been fined $160,000, following the death of a fourth-year apprentice.
A man who conducted electrical work across multiple sites in Queensland without a valid electrical work licence has been fined $30,000.
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.
WorkSafe Victoria is investigating an incident in which a farm worker was electrocuted while operating a telehandler and subsequently died.
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 NSW inspectors will visit construction sites to ensure electricians are operating safely and have the right control measures to manage electrical risks.
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.