Complaints can be made against a person or company that has carried out or caused prescribed electrical work to be carried out.
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Making a complaint
You can make a complaint about any person or company that has carried out prescribed electrical work that you believe to be unsatisfactory.
If you have a complaint made against you
If you are a registered electrical worker and someone complains about your conduct or work, you will be notified in writing of the complaint, and given an opportunity to respond.
A disciplinary hearing will be held by the Board to determine if an offence has occurred. If it has the Board will decide what action to take.
The first thing to do if you have a problem with electrical work is to discuss it with the electrical worker or company who did the job.
Disciplinary hearings and prosecutions
Summaries of recent disciplinary hearings and prosecutions considered by the Board.