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Date PostedMarch 22, 2016

National Approach to Building Safety

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Source: www.asbestostesting.com.au

Thankfully building ministers from around the country have come together to establish a national response to the use of non-conforming building products.

The Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni hailed the decision as one that would restore confidence in Queensland’s building sector.

At the forum of building ministers on the Gold Coast, ministers agreed to cooperate in the implementation of safety issues related to high risk building products.

Ministers agreed to the development of education strategies to keep consumers better informed and holding building industry participants accountable for their contribution to the use of unsafe products.

Read more at http://content.safetyculture.com.au/news/index.php/02/collaborative-national-approach-improving-building-safety-standards/#.Vu7IHOJ97IV

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