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Reduction of licence and related fees in response to COVID-19

27th October 2020

We have just received notification from Building and Energy that as of tomorrow (28 October), they will be automatically processing waivers on electrical licence fees and commencing the payment of refunds for licence fees that have already been paid.

Payments from 28 October 2020 to 31 March 2021:

  • the fee payable for a five-year licence will be discounted by... MORE

Potential implications of Industrial Manslaughter legislation for you and your business

9th July 2020

Sometimes there are critical pieces of legislation that Industry has to fight tooth and nail to prevent, the State Government’s proposed industrial manslaughter legislation is such a law.

It is vital that all contractors familiarise themselves with this legislation because it will criminalise workplace accidents. The Government’s proposed industrial manslaughter law exposes business... MORE

Electrical Contracting Award temporary variation

26th May 2020

SETTING THE FACTS STRAIGHT: Electrical Contracting Award temporary variation

NECA is currently aware of a campaign that is causing unwarranted and unnecessary concern across the industry.

NECA has been in regular communication with the ETU to support employers and their employees to move forward through this difficult period as a result... MORE

Rebranding of ECA WA Inc, CET and EGT

20th May 2020

WA’s leading providers of training and workforce services to the electrical industry, Electrical Group Training (EGT), and the College of Electrical Training (CET) ... MORE

Coronavirus - Update from ECA WA CEO

19th March 2020

We wish to reassure you that the safety and wellbeing of... MORE

NECA WA - 2019 By The Numbers

13th February 2020

2019 Christmas and New Year Closure Period

18th December 2019

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What to expect from the 2019 edition of the National Construction Code (NCC)

15th April 2019

The NCC 2019 is now available for public preview and the updated code will apply from 1 May 2019.

Key changes have been made in the areas of energy efficiency, fire safety and roof-top spaces. A summary of the key changes from the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) can be viewed here.

Click on the images below to preview the NCC 2019:

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