EnergySafe Magazine Autumn 2015, issue 39 - Page 3

03 For all the latest energy safety news visit Autumn 2015 energysafe issue 39 In this issue Features 09  rowing a culture of safety G through Arborcamp ESV took its Don’t put your life on the line message directly to Victoria’s vegetation workers. Latest news 05 Man convicted over illegal smart meter disconnection 05 Dial Before You Dig contractors field day 06 Houseboat destroyed by suspected gas leak 06 Joining the fun at Pako Festa 07 Public input helps shape tree clearance regulations 07 CEDA contemplates future energy grid 08 Safety warning about butane lunchbox cookers 09 Don’t get cold feet this winter Electrical 15 Non-compliant electrical constructions recalled 15 Infinity cable: ACCC says act now 15 Do not mix and match switchboard components 16 New handbook for working on lifts includes electrical guidelines 16 New licence fees 16 Warning about bogus electrician 17 Your electrical questions answered! 12  eeing the light S Thomas Seymour is an industrial designer turned electrician with a unique skill set and a very good eye. 16  ew handbook for working N on lifts includes electrical guidelines Download WorkSafe’s new Lift work on construction projects handbook. Our cover ESV has recently filmed a hard-hitting new television commercial warning of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning. The ad has a simple message: a faulty gas heater can leave you cold. The stark image of a deceased man’s feet with a toe tag is designed to deliver the message that CO poisoning can be fatal. Photo: Mike Baker You can now like ESV on Facebook and get important safety updates and ESV news delivered to your news feed. Don’t be the last to know about vital safety alerts, product recall notices or ESV news. Be one of the first 100 people to like us this month and we’ll send you one of our Don’t work live T-shirts. Email your details to Download or print this issue Click print button to print single pages or spreads Download to print entire magazine Gas 18 When does each tenancy require a manual gas shut-off valve? 18 On the road with the caravan industry association 18 Effect of vibration on gas appliances in caravans 19 Correct use of carbon monoxide detection equipment 20 Plumbing apprenticeship training: a new direction 20 Don’t sign off until the job is done 21 Vent terminal exclusion zone error 21 New Code of Practice for gas use at public events 22 ESV gas training scholarships 23 Learn how to test for CO emissions at free courses 24 Your gas questions answered! 25 Prosecutions and infringements To contact ESV P (03) 9203 9700 E For further information go to Published by Energy Safe Victoria Level 5 Building 2 4 Riverside Quay Southbank VIC 3006