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The Queensland Government has passed new laws requiring buildings that are Class 2 to 9 and of Type A or B construction approved after the 1st January 1994 to undergo audits to determine if they have been built with combustible cladding. If this is the case, then a fire safety engineer will need to undertake a risk assessment.
The first step involves registering the building and completing a checklist. This must be completed 29th March 2019.
The team at Professional Certification Group can assist you with all three steps of the audit process, from initial investigation, to full audit and fire engineering review as required to comply with the legislation.
For more information, please visit our website here
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