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Read the February 2021 edition of eSAFE Electrical bulletin.
At a recent hearing in the Brisbane Magistrates Court, Daniel William Dawes was convicted and fined for multiple offences under the Electrical Safety Act 2002 and the Electrical Safety Regulation 2013.
In the 2020 calendar year, Electrical Safety Office inspectors issued more than $83,000 in infringement notices for unlicensed electrical work and unlicenced electrical contracting.
The Electrical Safety Act 2002 is under review, led by Mr Dick Williams who has more than 40 years of experience in the electrical industry and is the chair of the Queensland Building and Construction Commission Board.
The review will ensure Queensland’s electrical safety laws continue to provide high standards of safety for workers and communities, while recognising that new and emerging technologies have led to significant changes for electricity generation, storage and supply across the state.