Standards Australia has just upgraded the performance requirements for cyclone-rated glazing. If your building is in a cyclone-affected region, now is the time to assess the structure’s realistic capacity to withstand a super storm, warns JOHN POWER.
The Fire Protection Association Australia is hosting a seminar series on AS 1851-2012 Fire Detection & Alarm Systems.
A Brisbane leadership and talent services business has become the first Queensland practitioner accredited with brain mapping, which is specifically designed to identify the behavioural preferences that directly relate to personal relationships and work performance.
Dealing with one of safety’s toughest challenges – funding projects on worksites that senior managers never see – fall prevention specialist, CARL SACHS, has also become an expert at attracting funding for OHS. He shares the secrets of successful investment in safety.
Due to the new harmonised National Workplace Health and Safety regulations what is required to obtain an Asbestos Removal Licence has changed.
The Retirement Village Association (RVA) and the Property Council of Australia are in discussions aimed at forming a new and powerful voice for retirement villages in Australia.
Facility Management interviews Mike Mulvihill, operations director of Five D.
The Australian Consumer and Competition Commission has accredited Global GreenTag as a National Certification Mark.
Anyone can practise as a facility manager in Australia – no independent certification or accreditation required. The big question is: can facility management ever be a true ‘profession’ in the absence of nationally uniform, widely embraced professional standards? Private educator MARTIN LEITCH says this issue must be resolved as a priority.