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Tom Bicknell
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Fire Protection Association Australia

T: 03 8892 3118

E: tom.bicknell@fpaa.com.au



Latest News

Association welcomes returning Directors

Posted on October 22, 2018

The 2018 FPA Australia Board elections had the highest voting participation rate in history, welcoming back two returning Directors.

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The Victorian Government’s recent amendment to plumbing regulations will threaten the jobs of thousands of Victorians and the fire safety of the state’s buildings.

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FPA Australia is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Waterhouse as the Association’s new State Manager NSW.

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FPA Australia Board Nominations 2018 – Board nominations have opened for two available Director positions on the FPA Australia Board.

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A proposed new government-industry taskforce aiming at nationally consistent NCC implementation was put forward at a recent BMF meeting, which included industry representatives.

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New Victorian legislation to allow property owners access to low-interest loans to pay for cladding replacement are an unfortunate necessity.

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Greek wildfires kill 74

Posted on July 25, 2018

Fire Protection Association Australia extends its sympathies to the friends and families of those tragically killed in the wildfires east of Athens in Greece in recent days.

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FPA Australia broadly supports the recommendations made in the BMF's Shergold-Weir report into compliance and enforcement systems, with one important caveat.

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Following release of the Shergold-Weir report in May into Australia’s compliance and enforcement systems for the building and construction industry, FPA Australia is calling on the BMF to establish a new taskforce to develop a national administrative code to harmonise building legislation.

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While the latest participation pate decreased in the last quarter to 65.5%, trend employment increased with trend unemployment levels remaining the same.

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