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Register of licensed workers

Question 1/7

You are required to keep a register of licensed workers who perform or supervise electrical work. What type of information needs to be kept on this register?

(Refer to Section 67 of the Electrical Safety Regulation 2013 (the Regulation) Details to be included in register of workers)

Question 2/7

Under the Electrical Safety Act 2002, are you legally required to give the register of your licensed workers to an electrical safety inspector if they request it?

(Refer to Section 57AB (2) (b) of the Electrical Safety Act 2002 (the Act) Person conducting a business or undertaking must keep register of licensed workers)

Question 3/7

What type of electrical licence should a supervisor hold if they are overseeing an electrical mechanic perform electrical work?

(Refer to Section 55 of the Act Requirement for electrical work licence)

Advertising your business

Question 4/7

If you publish an advertisement for your electrical contracting business in a newspaper, what type of information do you need to include?

(Refer to Section 65 of the Regulation Advertising by licensed electrical contractor)

Incident notification

Question 5/7

In the event that you became aware of electrical work performed by an unlicensed worker within your business (Dangerous Electrical Event), how much time do you have before you need to report this event to the Electrical Safety Office?

(Refer to Section 265 of the Regulation Duty of person conducting a business or undertaking to notify of serious electrical incident or dangerous electrical event)

Question 6/7

In the event that you become aware of a person receiving a fatal shock from electricity (Serious Electrical Incident), how much time do you have before you need to report this event to the Electrical Safety Office?

(Refer to Section 265 of the Regulation Duty of person conducting a business or undertaking to notify of serious electrical incident or dangerous electrical event)

Question 7/7

If you are involved in an incident where a person is injured by electricity, before you move any of the equipment involved, what set of conditions must be fulfilled?

(Refer to Section 269 of the Regulation Duty to preserve incident or event sites)