Publications for industry
Energy Safety does a significant amount of work with industry bodies to promote energy safety to industry groups and workers. As a result, a number of publications have been developed to help promote Energy Safety's key messages.
For information that explains the roles and activities of agencies involved in the safety of electricity and gas refer to Electrical and gas safety [1.6 MB PDF, 2 pages].
Energy Safety commissioned Standards New Zealand to prepare 2 video presentations for electrical practitioners that explain two key aspects of the Electrical (Safety) Regulations 2010.
The verification of electrical safety for electrical warrants of fitness with transportable structures and vehicles has, in certain circumstances, been prone to misinterpretation.
If an old house or other structure is relocated to a new site, is it an existing electrical installation or a new installation?
Note: The video resource is currently unavailable. We are working on restoring it as soon as we can. These video presentations provide an overview of the certification regime for gas and electrical installation work that came into effect on 1 July 2013. They also provide an update to the 1 July 2013 changes on the standards for gas and electrical installation work.
In January 2015, Energy Safety; the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board; and Standards New Zealand released a series of three videos titled The Gas Regulations and you.
Presentations that have been given to industry by Energy Safety.
The following publications have been produced to provide guidance on compliance with the gas and electrical legislation.
View templates for the Certificate of Compliance (CoC) and Gas Safety Certificate (GSC).
View templates for the Certificate of Compliance (CoC) and Electrical Safety Certificate (ESC).
Publications that have been produced by Energy Safety to provide safety advice and guidance to electrical and gas industries.
The certification of installation prescribed electrical work (PEW) and gasfitting is changing from 1 July 2013. This is the result of amendments to the Electrical (Safety) Regulations 2010 and the Gas (Safety and Measurement) Regulations 2010.