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A new certificate is available here for use by electricians installing smoke alarms, in lieu of Form 16s.
The certificate verifies the installation of photoelectric interconnected and hard-wired alarms for dwellings approved from 1/1/17 or ionisation alarms for dwellings approved before this date.
Our Senior Certifier and Fire Engineer on site at the University of the Sunshine Coast taking samples for combustible cladding audits. No height…
The Gold Coast City Council has changed their standard driveway drawings to provide more flexibility. The middle section W2 can now be up to 5m…
Queensland government has answered industries’ calls and extended the Combustible Cladding Checklist Part 2 deadline until 31 July 2019. If you have not engaged a…