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News Archive: July, 2017


President's Report - July 2017

A warm welcome to all our members and to all who read our News Flush. It’s been a busy month for all of us as the weather hurls some curve balls from all directions. Winter is the time to look at what resources you have in your business and work out what you require to achieve your goals. Your staff are one of the greatest assets your... Read More »

Industry Newsfeed - July 2017

New Zealand's product quality standards are slipping - NZ Herald 28th June 2017 Graham Burke: President of the Specialist Trade Contractors Federation.  When New Zealanders jump into a new car we rightly expect the vehicle to meet rigid quality standards. So, when we go home at night, why should we accept sleeping in the... Read More »

Top Tech Tip - July 2017

What does compliance mean to you as a business owner?   Staying on top of regulations and understanding your role in compliance can be challenging. However, by doing so, it’s much preferable than the costs and fines that go along with non-compliance. Irrespective of the size of your business, every organization is held accountable... Read More »

BuildSafe

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Plumbing and Gas Tutor Position Available!

Plumbing and Gas Tutor Position Available!   A fantastic opportunity has become available for a Plumbing and Gas Tutor, at NZMA (New Zealand Management Academies) in Auckland. Are you an enthusiastic team player with a strong drive to help prepare and develop others to achieve their goals and be successful? Do you have a high level of... Read More »

Innovation

Site Safe NZ Inc - Study Online  Study online at your own pace while still receiving in-class time with one of our expert health and safety advisors by booking Passport Plus - Flexi (Online + Classroom). READ MORE Site Safe and Unitec Scholarships Each year Site Safe and Unitec support health and safety leaders of tomorrow, providing... Read More »

New Changes to the Building Code for Cylinder Trays

New Changes to the Building Code for Cylinder Trays Changes have been made to the Building Code G12 that now mean all hot water cylinders need a cylinder tray or some way of removing water after a cylinder overflow. It does not mention valve failure, but common sense says you would take that into account. Aqualine Cylinder Trays are the... Read More »