Letters of compliance and preliminary advice on agreement content

HOW DO I OBTAIN A LETTER OF COMPLIANCE AND PRELIMINARY ADVICE?

In coming days, the ABCC will introduce a two-step process and detailed guidance material to enable building industry participants to undertake a preliminary review of their enterprise agreement before submitting it to the ABCC for consideration.

The ABCC issues Letters of Compliance for:

  • Enterprise agreements made on or after 25 April 2014 that meet Building Code 2016 requirements (an ABCC Determination);
  • Enterprise agreements made before 25 April 2014; and
  • Modern Award arrangements or other lawful workplace arrangements.

The ABCC can also provide preliminary advice on whether proposed agreements meet the requirements of the Building Code 2016.

Complete and submit this form (Word - 33K) to apply for a letter of compliance or preliminary advice on a draft agreement.

Further information regarding tendering within the exemptions under the Code amendments of 21 February 2017 will be provided shortly. An explanation of the exemptions can be found here.

BUILDING CODE 2013

There are no longer any circumstances under which you will need a letter of compliance with the Building Code 2013.  Further information on the interaction of the two Building Codes will be added to the website as soon as possible. 


Need more information?

For further information, advice or assistance please contact the ABCC at 1800 003 338 or enquiry@abcc.gov.au