The Electrical Workers Registration Board was established in 1992 to promote safety for all New Zealanders by ensuring the competence of electrical and electronic workers
The EWRB is piloting an audit programme.
Information is available on Energy Safety’s website (external link) for those responsible for carrying out electrical work following earthquakes. While the advice provided relates to the Canterbury Earthquake, it is still relevant for the most recent earthquakes that struck New Zealand.
The Electrical Workers Registration Board was established in 1992 to promote safety for all New Zealanders by ensuring the competence of electrical and electronic workers.
The EWRB Annual Report for 2014/15 is now available in the news and resources section under Annual Reports.
Useful information for the trade. Find out about registration, licensing, relicensing, employer licensing. Detailed information about limits of work, limited certificates and working overseas. Advice for overseas applicants seeking registration in New Zealand. There's also an FAQs section.
If you want to know about careers or review requirements by class, get info about trainees, training providers, exams, practical assessments and competency programmes or find out about safety training for trainees and LCs or recognition of overseas qualifications, you'll find it all in this section, together with FAQs.
For consumers, includes who you can complain about and how to make a complaint. For the trade, includes what to do if you have had a complaint made against you, results of disciplinary hearings and results of prosecutions. Plus FAQs.
Includes videos, forms, news articles, Electron newsletter, media releases and associated archives. You can also find consultation papers, annual reports and teaching & supervision guidelines in this section.