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Notifiable work audits

To reduce costs and improve regulation efficiency, the plumbing licensing, compliance and disciplinary functions transferred over to the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC).

For information on the notifiable work audits, visit the QBCC website.

The Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy will still assess applications and approve occupational gas work licences.

The Department of Housing and Public Works will continue to reduce the red tape, delays and costs associated with this type of building work for the building industry and home owners.

For local governments

How do I use myQBCC to audit Notifiable Work (Form 4/4A)?

QBCC have developed an Auditing Notifiable Work (Form 4/4A) User Guide to assist local governments.
This User Guide provides an overview of auditing Notifiable Work on myQBCC, from getting registered for a special 'Local Government' profile myQBCC account right through to searching for submissions and marking them for audit. Recording your audit outcomes, including any enforcement actions, and creating and exporting a report of all submissions in your chosen timeframe rounds out the topics covered in this handy document that can be viewed online or printed off for future reference.

More information

For more information about QBCC's notifiable work audit programs call 139 333 or visit the QBCC website.

Last updated 27 March 2018    Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)

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