OHS

OHS is Occupational Health and Safety, sometimes known as Workplace Health and Safety or WHS.

Industry update
Welcome to the September – October 2018 edition of Industry update, our bi-monthly online newsletter.  Industry Update provides updates on the latest activities of the ABCC, industry trends, and emerging issues.
9 October 2018
Industry update
Welcome to the November – December 2018 edition of Industry update, our bi-monthly online newsletter. Industry Update provides updates on the latest activities of the ABCC, industry trends, and emerging issues.
21 December 2018
Industry update
Welcome to the February - March 2019 edition of Industry Update, our quarterly online newsletter.  Industry Update provides updates on the latest activities of the ABCC, industry trends, and emerging issues.
25 March 2019
Industry update
Welcome to the July 2019 edition of Industry Update, our quarterly online newsletter.  Industry Update provides updates on the latest activities of the ABCC, industry trends, and emerging issues.
4 July 2019
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What is collusive tendering? Collusive tendering refers to when two or more competitors cooperate to undermine the competitive tendering process in order to gain an unfair advantage. A code covered entity must not engage in collusive tendering practices. Collusive tendering practices include:
19 August 2018
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In accordance with paragraph 11.1(ba) of the Legal Service Directions 2017, we report annually on legal services purchasing and make records of legal services expenditure publicly available. You can access the report for the period 2018-2019 on the link below.
19 August 2018
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Head contractors A head contractor is the entity who manages or controls a building site. Their responsibilities including engaging subcontractors and ensuring that all requirements of the Code are met, when they are contracted to undertake Commonwealth funded building work.
19 August 2018
News
The Australian Building and Construction Commission has commenced an investigation into an incident that occurred yesterday (30 June) at Eastside Village on Toorak Road, Hawthorn East.
1 July 2020
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A court has imposed the maximum possible penalty on former Queensland CFMEU President David Hanna for breaching right of entry laws during a heated site visit in Brisbane. Mr Hanna has been ordered to pay the maximum penalty of $10,200 for his conduct on a construction site at Fortitude Valley on 10 February 2015.
26 May 2017
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What are my responsibilities during the construction phase? Funding entities must notify the ABCC of any alleged breaches of the of Code as soon as practicable—but not later than seven days after becoming aware of any alleged breach.
19 August 2018

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