Related entity

Under the 2016 Code, an entity is a related entity of a code covered entity if the second entity is engaged in building work and is either:
• connected with the code covered entity by being a member of the entity
• an associated entity (within the meaning of section 50AAA of the Corporations Act 2001) of the code covered entity.
 

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Commonwealth legislation The ABCC is responsible for enforcing Commonwealth workplace relations legislation in the building and construction industry. These cover things like:
19 August 2018
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If you have an enquiry related to a bushfire-affected area, please call our hotline on 1800 003 338, or specify this in the details of your enquiry via our online enquiry form. For updates on current bushfire incidents and warnings across Australia, please go to:
22 January 2020
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Our role The role of the ABCC is to uphold the law and change behaviour to make the building and construction industry fair, efficient and productive. Our responsibilities The ABCC is responsible for the following workplace relations matters in the building and construction industry:
19 August 2018
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I am pleased to advise that the Minister for Jobs and Industrial Relations, the Hon Kelly O’Dwyer MP has announced the appointment of two new Deputy Commissioners to fill vacant roles within the ABCC.
14 December 2018
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Australian Building and Construction Inspectors (ABC Inspectors) are appointed under the Building and Construction Industry (Improving Productivity) Act (BCIIP Act).
19 August 2018
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This E-Alert addresses important changes to the Building and Construction General On-site Award that take effect from 1 July 2020. Both employers and employees should note the changes. Employers should ensure they are implemented from the first full pay period after 1 July 2020.
1 July 2020
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In recent correspondence from the CFMEU to the ABCC, the CFMEU raised two specific matters relating to the ABCC’s right of entry educational material.  Having considered the correspondence, the ABCC has made changes to its materials to ensure that the following matters are clear to all industry participants:
19 June 2017
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The industrial relations consultation process is currently paused due to disruptions caused by COVID-19. The process will recommence in due course.  
18 February 2020
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What to expect from an ABCC Investigation
19 August 2018
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What is industrial action? Industrial action occurs when employees refuse to perform work at all, ban the performance of all or some work, or perform work in a way that is different to the way it is usually performed, or in a way which limits the performance of work. Industrial action can include:
19 August 2018

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