Master Painters Association Queensland
Master Painters Association Queensland is a Union of Employers and the Peak Industry body for Painting and Decorating.
"Established by Painters for Painters" Master Painters Association Queensland represents the interests of individuals and companies conducting business in the painting, decorating and sign writing trades.
Master Painters Association Queensland strives to encourage and recognise the highest standards of trade craftsmanship and ethical business practice.
- Assist in the interests of its members and their business to ensure the professional standards of the industry are upheld.
- Provided members with the latest industry updates to ensure legislations and OH&S requirements are met.
- Make a valuable contribution to its members and in particular, to the industry as a whole.
- Deliver the highest quality of accredited training and assessments to members, affiliated industry providers, tradesman and the general public within the painting and decorating industry.
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Pavecoat Concrete Sealer
Pavecoat® concrete sealers utilise advanced technology developed by Nutech over 40 years. PaveCoat® is recommended for a wide variety of functional, decorative and protective concrete.
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QBCC Takes Repeat Offender to Supreme Court
The Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) has again used its new Supreme Court injunction powers against an unlicensed individual who repeatedly flouted the State’s building laws.
The Supreme Court injunction imposed against Brian John Byrne in Brisbane last week prevents him from carrying out or undertaking to carry out building work.
QBCC Wields new powers against repeat offenders
Individuals who repeatedly undertake unlicensed building work could now face jail time, after the Supreme Court in Brisbane handed down an injunction last week against a repeat offender.
For the first time, the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) has used new powers aimed at stopping repeat offenders from working in the building industry.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission proposes to authorise the Australian Paint Manufacturers’ Federation, Paint Stewardship Limited and certain paint manufacturers to introduce a 15 cents per litre levy to support a National Paint Product Stewardship Scheme.
The Federation represents paint manufacturers responsible for over 90 per cent (by volume) of paint sold in Australia. The Paint Stewardship Scheme will be a national program intended to promote the safe disposal of all waste architectural and decorative paint by both domestic and trade consumers.