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Model clauses for tender documents and contracts have been developed for Funding Entities. Please contact the Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit on 1300 110 232 or bccmu@commerce.wa.gov.au for a copy.
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit
Department News
23 Jan 2017
Public information sessions on the BCI Code have now finished. If you would like a member of the BCCMU to come to your workplace to discuss obligations in relation to the BCI Code please contact 1300 110 232 or bccmu@commerce.wa.gov.au
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit
Department News
23 Jan 2017
The Commerce website will be unavailable for between 10-20 minutes sometime between the hours of 6pm and 9pm on Thursday night, 15 December. This is being done to improve the security of network connections. Disruption to people wanting to access the site or use various business systems should be minimal, but we do apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit / Building Commission / Consumer Protection / EnergySafety / Industry Development / Labour Relations / WorkSafe / Corporate
Alert
14 Dec 2016
The Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit (BCCMU) has been established as a division of the Department of Commerce. The BCCMU’s role is to monitor compliance with the WA Building and Construction Industry Code of Conduct 2016 . The BCCMU will work closely with the building and construction industry to assist them to understand the Code. The Contact Us page has contact details for the...
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit
Department News
05 Dec 2016
The Western Australian Building and Construction Industry Code of Conduct 2016 applies from 1 January 2017 to the new tendering process of all State building projects. The WA code was developed to ensure that Western Australian government agencies, when expending public funds, contract with building contractors that conduct themselves in a reputable, fair, safe and responsible manner, both in...
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit / Corporate
Department News
05 Dec 2016
A new code of conduct for Western Australia's building and construction industry will be introduced to prevent anti-competitive behaviour, improve workplace safety and add to the suite of measures adopted by the State Government to ensure subcontractors are paid on time.
Building and Construction Code Monitoring Unit
Media release
05 Dec 2016