Energy Safe Victoria Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
- Energy Safe Victoria has 150 Employees.
- Energy Safe Victoria grew their employee count by 6% last year.
- Energy Safe Victoria currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Energy Safe Victoria?
Welcome to Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) is the independent technical regulator responsible for electricity, gas and pipeline safety in Victoria. We offer a diverse range of opportunities and a great experience being part of the regulatory environment. Our RIPA values (Respect, Integrity, Partnership, Accountability) are the foundation of all interactions among our staff and with our stakeholders. We believe the diversity of skills, experience and ideas of our employees drive the success of ESV. We are an equal opportunity employer and our people have the opportunity to learn and progress with us. We take pride in our work, we take accountability for our actions and we reward performance. What does ESV do ESV employs around 140 staff members who work to create a safer state with electricity and gas. Our role is broad and ranges from overseeing the design, construction and maintenance of electricity, gas and pipeline networks across the state to ensuring every gas and electrical appliance in your home meets safety and energy efficiency standards before it is sold. We have a team of investigators who probe gas and electrical safety issues in homes and businesses across the state, and run community education campaigns that alert Victorians to potential dangers with energy. Our annual campaigns include Look up and Live, BBQ safety and awareness about the potential for carbon monoxide poisoning from gas appliances. We also licence and register electricians, and issue and audit Certificates of Electrical Safety, which is your guarantee that electrical work has been performed by a qualified electrician. ESV is led by the Director of Energy Safety, who is appointed under the Energy Safe Victoria Act 2005. This Act is administered by the Minister for Industry, Energy and Resources, Hon. Lily D'Ambrosio. The Director is also the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of ESV.keywords:N/A