Border bubble returns with Queensland Travel Declaration

In response to recent COVID-19 positive cases in NSW, the Queensland Government has announced today that from 1am on Saturday, 19 June, if you are entering Queensland from any state or territory or New Zealand, you’ll need to complete an online Queensland travel declaration up to 72 hours prior to entering the state.

17 June 2021

Scaffolding Code of Practice 2021 comes into effect 1 July

The Scaffolding Code of Practice 2021 comes into effect from 1 July 2021.

17 June 2021

2021 wage announcement

The Fair Work Commission Minimum Wage Panel has handed down its 2021 minimum wage ruling.

16 June 2021

Youth on the yellow Abrik road to success

"It's pretty easy waking up every day knowing you're helping those who need it."

8 June 2021

Have your say - digital trade licences

Is it time for Queensland builders and tradies to jump ahead in the digital future? We want to know if you think it’s a goer.

3 June 2021

What to make of the new CFMMEU Enterprise Agreement 2020-2022

The new Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union Enterprise Agreement 2020 -2022 presents some new approaches from the CFMMEU, and relative content differences from the previous 2018 - 2019 Agreement.

15 April 2021

Important changes to casual employment laws

Important changes have been made to Fair Work laws about the employment of casual employees.

6 April 2021

COVID-19 update: Greater Brisbane lockdown lifted - 1 April 2021

The lockdown for Greater Brisbane will end at 12 noon on 1 April 2021 Here's what you need to know for the next two weeks.

1 April 2021

COVID-19 update: Greater Brisbane lockdown 29 March 2021

All you need to know about the latest Greater Brisbane lockdown and specific details on how it impacts the building and construction industry.

29 March 2021

Low Density Asbestos Fire Board Classified as Friable from 1 May 2021

From 1 May 2021, low density asbestos fibre board (LDB), also known as asbestos insulating board, will be classified as a friable material in all circumstances. This means LDB can only legally be removed by a class A asbestos removal licence holder.

18 March 2021

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