BSA Trade-Specific Seminar - Passive Fire Protection

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  • Location: Maryborough Neighbourhood Centre, Maryborough 4650 Queensland

Minister for Public Works and Information and Communication Technology
The Honourable Robert Schwarten

Maryborough builders urged to learn more about Passive Fire Protection

Public Works Minister Robert Schwarten is encouraging Maryborough based builders and trade contractors to attend a free seminar on Passive Fire Protection this Monday.

Mr Schwarten said the seminar would include important technical DVD information and useful advice from an industry expert.

"Effective Passive Fire Protection is an essential safety component in any building, so it is important that Maryborough-based builders have the opportunity to learn more about this area or brush up on their existing knowledge," he said.

"These shows will demonstrate how to implement best practice methods for passive fire protection systems for class two and three buildings, and help contractors to ensure their work complies with the Building Code of Australia.

"Doing the job properly when it comes to installing passive fire protection measures not only means the best possible standard of fire safety for future residents, but could also save costly rectificatio n work down the track."

To book your place, phone 1300 BSA BSA, visit or email , including your licence number and the seminar you wish to attend.

The BSA is holding Trade Specific Seminars around the state on different topics each month.

WHAT: BSA Trade-Specific Seminar - Passive Fire Protection
WHERE: Maryborough Neighbourhood Centre, 25 Ellena St, Maryborough
WHEN: Monday, 17 August 4:30pm - 6pm

Queensland Government, Department of Public Works :
80 George Street, Brisbane
07 3227 7111
07 3224 5710
Queensland Government, Department of Public Works

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Maryborough Neighbourhood Centre, Maryborough

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