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    National Code and 2006 Implementation Guidelines for building industry from Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner

    Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner

    Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner  investigate alleged breaches of industrial relations laws by enforcing the National Code and the 2006 Implementation Guidelines. This investigative power enables the building and construction industry to function smoothly without any hindrance. The National Code and the 2006 Implementation Guidelines have been specifically developed for establishing well defined principles of the building and construction industry. These principles, implemented by Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner, have also been endorsed by state, territory and Commonwealth governments.

    The National Code and the 2006 Implementation Guidelines, from Australian Buildings & Construction Commissioner, have been developed with a sole purpose for improvisation of existing industry culture and practices. The improvisation of existing industry culture would contribute to the development of Australian economy. The National Code and the 2006 Implementation Guidelines 2006 abide by certain standards. These standards include industrial instruments, workplace agreements, workplace arrangements, project agreements, freedom of association, right of entry, dispute settlement, industrial impacts, workplace reform and prohibition of strike pay. Project agreements standard allow one to make agreement on projects related to topics such as improved construction schedules and performance benchmarks.

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