CCF WA’s Safety Alerts describe actual incidents that have occurred on Western Australian civil construction sites. The incidents are shared by CCF WA members with the aim of continuously improving safety in our industry. This alert underlines the importance of always following a SWMS, even in bad weather or when under perceived pressure from deadlines or other factors.
The 8th annual WA Major Projects Conference is on June 20-21 at the Convention Centre. Industry professionals from the public and private sectors will present their insights on the shifting WA market, while also focusing on important infrastructure projects. Book before May 1 and receive a 5% CCF WA Member Discount.
As a construction contractor, your price and program are based on your work scope. But whilst the scope can often be changed at any time by a verbal direction on site, claiming a price variation or time extension is more complex and subject to strict time-bars. Find out more at a CCF WA Business Improvement Forum presented by HHG Legal Group.
Contractors and subcontractors tendering for government works should be aware of their obligations under the Western Australian Building and Construction Industry Code of Conduct 2016 (BCI Code) and Federal Code for Tendering and Performance of Building Work 2016 (Building Code 2016).
Are all your employees’ High Risk Work Licences accurate and current? Whether you are an employer or a licence holder, WorkSafe recommends regularly checking licences to ensure they are valid and that all classes have been added.