MRCAA Associate Member – ANKAme Pty Ltd - Company Explainer and Product Installation Videos on Temporary / Permanent Fix Roof Anchors
Company Explainer Video and Product Installation Videos
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ANKAme Company Explainer Video
Commercial Drone Registration Becomes Mandatory
Members are advised that there is less than a week before employers in the Building and Construction Industry risk fines for flying unregistered drones or remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) in Australia.
MRCAA Associate Member – ANKAme Pty Ltd features their Compliant Temporary / Permanent Fix Roof Anchors
Compliant Temporary / Permanent Fix Roof Anchors
Complies with AS/NZS 1891.4:2009 single point anchorage & AS/NZS 1891.2 supplement 1:2001 static line use.
End of Year Funding for Women’s Leadership Development Available
Residual funding is available to support the development of female leaders across Australia’s Construction Sector (including office and admin roles).
MRCAA Announcement Awards 2020 Postponement to 2021
All Members - 2020 MRCAA Awards for Excellence
As you are aware the current business environment is one that hasn’t been experienced in our lifetime. The business community worldwide is reeling under immense pressure from the unprecedented circumstances arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic and knock on effects.
MRCAA Members have had to adjust their work practices to remain operational under the circumstances arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. While many businesses have work at present the forward outlook later this year looks very uncertain.
Security of Payment Amendment Regulation
The NSW Government is continuing to progress reforms to the building and construction industry to provide greater financial security and prompter payments for subcontractors. As a result, Fair Trading are seeking feedback on proposed amendments to the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Regulation 2008 (the Regulation).
30 years' bad practice bites back
In February 2015, a worker fell almost four metres while installing cladding on a roof. He suffered fractured ribs and vertebrae, and a punctured lung.
NSW District Court Judge David Russell fined the business owner $60,000 for breaching his health and safety duties regarding safe systems of work and $1,500 for failing to notify us of a serious incident immediately after becoming aware of it.