Building industry participant
Building industry participant means any of the following:
- a building employer
- a building employee
- a building contractor
- a person who enters into a contract with a building contractor under which the building contractor agrees to carry out building work or to arrange for building work to be carried out
- a building association
- an officer, delegate or other representative of a building association.
The ABCC commenced Federal Circuit Court proceedings against the CFMMEU and three of its organisers following alleged right of entry breaches on the Cross River Rail project on 15 April this year.
6 July 2020
When does the Code apply to me?
19 August 2018
Do you have a question about your workplace rights on site? Whether you’re an employee, employer, site manager or union official, the ABCC On Site app is here to help. It includes information on:
19 September 2018
The Electrical, Electronic and Communications Contracting Award 2010 is an industry-based award. It covers employers in the industry of electrical services whose employees are performing electrical work.
19 August 2018
The Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has upheld a decision to refuse to grant an entry permit to Paul McAleer, NSW Branch Secretary and National Vice President of the Maritime Division of the CFMMEU.
2 March 2020
The ABCC will soon be conducting a security of payment audit campaign for employers covered by the Code for the Tendering and Performance of Building Work 2016 (Code).
5 December 2019
Australian Building and Construction Commission officers will be in northern New South Wales this week talking to contractors involved in the $4.3 billion Pacific Complete project about their security of payment responsibilities.
21 August 2018
The Federal Court has today imposed maximum penalties on the CFMEU and penalised a number of senior officials, including the State Secretary, Brian Parker for unlawful conduct at the Barangaroo site in Sydney.
13 September 2017
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22 April 2020
Two CFMMEU officials are facing allegations in the Federal Court that they breached right of entry laws at the $222 million Monash Freeway upgrade project in 2017.
28 May 2018