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    • The building and construction sector is critical to Australia's economy. Running a business that is compliant with industry regulations can provide increased productivity and better returns. Standards in the building and construction industry  assist to develop operating environments that are 'technically correct'. Following Standards mean you save time and money by doing the job right.  Adhering to the Standards is also likely to win customer trust and improve your business credentials.

      There are many Australian Standards impacting the building and construction sector due to the large number of occupations and trades covered: builders, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, tilers, painters, roofers, welders amongst many others. Building and construction is high risk so there are many interlinked Standards providing guidelines for creating and maintaining a safe culture. Complying with the Standards in your field allows you to stay on top of your regulatory requirements whilst delivering a top job for the end user. This in turn, instils confidence in your trade, your business and the industry.

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        • Fixed platforms, walkways, stairways and ladders - Design, construction and installation

          AS 1657:2018

          This Standard sets out requirements for the design, selection, construction and installation of fixed platforms, walkways, stairways and ladders that are intended to provide safe access.

        • Cold-formed
          steel structures

          AS/NZS 4600:2018

          This Standard sets out minimum requirements for the design of structural members cold-formed to shape from carbon or low-alloy steel sheet, strip, plate or bar not more than 25 mm in thickness and used for load-carrying purposes in buildings.

        • Formwork for
          concrete Specifications 

          AS 3610.1:2018

          Sets out requirements for the documentation of architectural, structural and construction information necessary for formwork design and construction.

        • Plumbing and
          drainage set

          AS/NZS 3500

          A 5-part suite of Standards that state the requirements for sanitary plumbing and drainage in Australia and New Zealand.

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