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Commissioner for Electrical Safety recommends new self-audit tool

In a recent initiative, the Electrical Licensing Committee unveiled a self-audit tool tailored for electrical contractors and entities with electrical workers on their payroll, aimed at enhancing workplace safety standards.

This tool is aimed at electrical contractors and businesses employing electrical workers, encouraging them to perform a self-assessment of their workplace safety practices.

The question often arises whether existing safety management systems are truly effective. This audit tool is designed to help electrical contractors and businesses (PCBUs) evaluate how well their risk management and safety protocols are working. It covers various aspects of electrical work safety and provides a detailed benchmark for performance, helping to pinpoint areas for improvement and compliance with laws, enhancing processes, and minimising electrical work hazards.

Commissioner Keith McKenzie advises all qualified technical persons and electrical contractors to utilise this audit tool to improve workplace safety.

Further information

Read more about the Electrical contractor audit tool.