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.
Did you know Master Painters Association Qld now has fact sheets available online for Consumers and Painters, for guidence with different situations that may arise when painting or having your house painted. Simply click on the ‘Consumer Information’ tab to … Continue reading
To keep the apprentices on their toes our trainers Ashlyn Dovey and Andrew Collins have had the pleasure of creating extra curricular activities that expand on the current competencies being taught. Our trainers encourage projects to vest an interest from … Continue reading
A group of people from the Master Painters Association, AWCI and paint manufacturers got together and set up a display, using various different models, to measure painting and plaster practices in the field compared to best practice and to determine what changes … Continue reading
New ATO reporting requirements for the building and construction industry | December 2012 The Australian Taxation Office has introduced a new taxable payments reporting regime for businesses in the building and construction industry. It requires businesses to report the total … Continue reading
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland is investigating a fatal incident that occurred on Thursday 11 October 2012 in Rockhampton. A labour hire worker was killed when he was crushed by a bridge crane that fell from its rails. The cause … Continue reading