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MASTER ELECTRICIANS Hub app and website
Testing refresher available
The online Testing Guide has videos, guides and some interactive tests to refresh yourself on electrical testing.
Workplace Health and Safety (WHS)
To register for a four-hour workshop about improving your WHS, email
or click the link below:
The guide to putting your own WHS Management System together is available for download in the members area of the website. Use this guide along with the 'Up to Speed' modules to get your WHS sorted. See the 'Up to Speed Guide' and how to use it.
New WHS legislation and rules
New WHS legislation came into force on 4 April 2016. The introduction of the HSW Act is the final major piece of the WHS reform that started in 2013.
Gordon MacDonald from WorkSafe New Zealand presents a 20-minute video explaining what the Act means for you and your business.
Some key messages are:
- All businesses have a responsibility to identify and manage risks in their workplaces.
- Those risks and how they need to be managed are proportional to the type of business you run.
- Everybody has a role to play in ensuring safe and healthy workplaces.
View the video on the link below - the duties of businesses and workers, including an example of electricians on a construction site, is covered from about 10 minutes in: WorkSafe video
More information is available from WorkSafe.
Members can access Master Electricians electronic certificates. To place an order, see electronic certificates.
Master Electricians brand
Master Electricians is excited to work with our Accredited Partners in 2016
Accredited Partners support Master Electricians.
Please support our Accredited Partners as they support Master Electricians to carry out its good work for the Industry.
Reasons why you should choose a Master Electrician ...
Master Electricians are the only electricians backed by a $10,000 Workmanship Guarantee.
If you are getting electrical work done and it is a bit more than changing a light bulb you must be given certification.
Dave talks about ECANZ ...
Dave is a hardworking electrical contractor, just like you.
Thinking about becoming an electrician?
etco* is wholly owned by ECANZ. etco* employs and trains over 500 apprentices; this is the biggest number of apprentices employed by any company in any Industry throughout New Zealand. So when you host an etco* apprentice, you not only benefit industry, New Zealand benefits and you are supporting a company that members own!
To find out more about etco* as an employer or if you are thinking of becoming an apprentice, visit www.etco.co.nz
Check out etco*'s new YouTube clip below: