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Australian building regulations exist to ensure the safety of workers, building occupants, and people in the vicinity. These regulations set minimum standards on optimal building performance such as structural integrity requirements, building amenities, thermal efficiency, construction zones, and workplace safety measures.

By complying with building regulations, your construction company can mitigate the risk of disastrous events like foundations crumbling under pressure and structures being unable to withstand local environmental conditions. Doing so can also prevent major hazards such as asbestos exposure or falling debris affecting both workers and inhabitants. Plus, your company can avoid major legal trouble if you can prove that you’ve done your utmost to uphold standard building codes to State and Commonwealth Governments.

That said, there are many building regulations to wrap your head around, making compliance a challenging task. To help your construction company navigate building regulation compliance, here are some of the most crucial components to consider.

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