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New Plumbing Ambassadors Announced at World Plumbing Day Celebrations
A Gold Coast plumber and Brisbane apprentice were unveiled on Friday 9 March as the new Queensland plumbing ambassadors for 2018. The announcement was made in front of over 300 attendees at the World Plumbing Day Breakfast, which was hosted by Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland (MPAQ).
Fire Protection Licensing
The Fire Protection Licensing subcommittee comprises MCC members from the fire protection, building, electrical, plumbing and engineering sectors.
Non-Conforming No More
The Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland (MPAQ) thoroughly supports and commends The Hon Mick de Brenni MP, Minister for Housing and Public Works and Minister for Sport on his move against non-conforming products being used in the building and construction industry.
Type A Handwashing Basin Designed for Healthcare
As Enware enters its 80th year as a business, they’re proud to say each year has brought them success and growth. They’ve done this through constant collaboration with industry experts to give them a better understanding of the diverse needs of specialised industries.
Keep Pace, Then Accelerate at the 2018 Trades Industry Conference
The plumbing, fire, gas, mechanical and hydraulic trades and professions have joined together to bring you one of the most unique joint trades based conferences in Australia. Clear your calendar, book your tickets and make your travel plans quick because you aren’t going to want to miss this!
New QBCC Minimum Financial Requirements
If you’re in the building and construction industry, the hot topic right now is the changes by the QBCC to the Minimum Financial Requirements. One of the major changes is that you must now lodge reports annually to the QBCC, with 2019 being the first year.
Items for Sale
Check out these items that MPAQ members are looking to sell.
Hot Jobs Identified for Cairns Boom
Plumbers, electricians, plasterers and structural steel construction workers will be in hot demand in Cairns and Far North Queensland over the next few years as the city and surrounding areas prepare for a construction and infrastructure boom.