Queensland is a unique marketplace—with large and growing cities, significant regional centres and diverse climatic zones. In recent years, the Queensland Government has taken a stronger and more proactive role in building industry oversight, so the role of the AMCA has never been more important. 

Adrian Shackleton, Executive Director
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Queensland fire protection licensing reforms

AMCA Queensland has written to the government to highlight concerns regarding inclusion of fire dampers under the Passive Fire Licence.

Published: 25 March 2021

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QBCC: Annual Financial Reporting due 31 March

Queensland SC1 and SC2 licensees are reminded not to forget to lodge annual financing information with QBCC by 31 March 2021.

Published: 25 March 2021

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QBCC: Annual Financial Reporting due 31 March

Queensland SC1 and SC2 licensees are reminded not to forget to lodge annual financing information with QBCC by 31 March 2021.

Published: 25 March 2021

/images/news/202103/Fire-protection-licensing-reforms-500x500.jpg

Queensland fire protection licensing reforms

AMCA Queensland has written to the government to highlight concerns regarding inclusion of fire dampers under the Passive Fire Licence.

Published: 25 March 2021

/images//logos/qbcc-400x400.jpg

QBCC: Annual Financial Reporting due 31 March

Queensland SC1 and SC2 licensees are reminded not to forget to lodge annual financing information with QBCC by 31 March 2021.

Published: 25 March 2021

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