With the new Queensland fire cladding legislation set to come into effect in early 2019, DMA and McCullough Roberson Lawyers will be hosting an interactive breakfast event on 2 October 2019 to help answer questions about the legislation, what’s required for Part 3, and what the implications will be for buildings that are found to have non-conforming cladding.
The event is targeted at owners and managers of buildings that have to progress to Part 3 of the Queensland Safer Buildings Cladding checklist, or industry providers who have clients in this categoy, who would like to understand more about the legislation.
If you’re interested in attending, please register at https://firecladdingbreakfast.eventbrite.com.au. Limited seats available.
The breakfast will start with an update from a representative from the QBCC Safer Buildings team. After this, we’ll have an informal Q&A session with the following panel of experts:
– Ian Shepherd, Executive Manager Fire Safety Section, Queensland Fire & Emergency Services
– Alex Power, Special Counsel, McCullough Robertson
– Koroush Keshavarz, Principal Fire Engineer, DMA Engineers
– Brad Russell, Partner, McCullough Robertson
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