Thermoscan (National Supplier Partner) – 10% Discount For Clients
Thermography Inspections of Electrical Assets
Established in 1980, Thermoscan provides independent specialist consulting thermography services to thousands of business across Australasia. Our thermographers are highly trained electricians with Level 1 or 2 thermography qualification. Our technicians are based in Queensland, (Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast), New South Wales & Victoria. We cover all other areas at least twice per annum.
We use highly trained technicians and state of the art Flir infrared equipment to capture and interpret thermal images (or thermograms). A thermal inspection from Thermoscan provides instant results in the form of feedback from our trained professionals. Furthermore, they produce a report detailing crucial diagnostics of your specified electrical assets.
Regular thermography inspections of your electrical assets allow us to identify electrical faults before their failure becomes a costly concern for your business.
IFA has around 600 members across the many disciplines of the sector including shop and office fitters, manufacturers, suppliers, service providers and subcontractors.
IFA supports its members by encouraging them to achieve the highest standards of workmanship and customer service, whilst advocating for the professional recognition of the whole industry. The Association does this by providing informative and educational opportunities and by celebrating and promoting the achievements of its members.
With its roots firmly planted in local industries, IFA is structured with the current and future needs of its members firmly in mind. Members are represented via five state divisions – NSW, VIC, QLD, SA and WA, each with elected representatives to the National Council.
Each state is empowered with the task of identifying and addressing state-specific issues such as the need to network and foster relationship building with local companies.
The National Council, which is made up of dedicated volunteers, provides support and guidance to the executive staff within the Association who organise trade nights, networking events, the national conference and the highly coveted Fitout Awards program. The national body supports these activities via training, strategic communications, marketing, sponsorship and stakeholder relations.
All members are responsible for the continual recruitment of members and working towards the common goal of increasing the professional reputation of the industry.
ICM Geelong consists of a group of cabinetmakers and related suppliers from the Geelong, Surf Coast & Bellarine region who have banded together to highlight the skills and quality products manufactured by Geelong’s cabinet making industry.
The Kitchen and Bathroom Designers Institute (KBDi) is Australia’s premier specialist kitchen and bathroom designers’ association. It is a national organisation with chapters located around Australia, and a strong commitment to the continual improvement and professional development of this increasingly specialised design field.
WADIC’s role is to assist members in compliance with relevant Australian Standards and codes, to promote the environmental and energy performance benefits of member’s products, and provide members with options for window energy rating systems.
Australian Woodworking Industry Suppliers Association Limited
AWISA was formed in 1986 by the principal suppliers to the Australian woodworking industry. The main aims of the association are to present industry exhibitions, publish industry magazines, co-operate with other organisations in the woodworking industry, and to uphold the highest ethical standards and to encourage members to do the same.
ACFA is the first choice association for furnishing, cabinetmaking and joinery industries. Run by industry, for industry members including kitchen manufacturers, cabinetmakers, joiners and window furnishers, flooring specialists, lounge and bedding manufacturers, picture framers, suppliers, furniture polishers and upholsterers.
Our focus is on member services and training. Ensuring your business is supported, offering up to date practical information, high quality training, resources on market trends and innovations to help your business stay relevant in a competitive market.
ACFA’s primary role is to promote the viewpoints and interests of the furniture and furnishing related industries and to provide services to members in a broad range of areas including training, workplace relations, codes and standards.
ACFA membership base extends from small family businesses to large national manufacturers, retailers, suppliers and professional industry advisers.
Cabinet Makers Insurance Brokers is part of Australasia’s largest general insurance broker network. Steadfast’s scale and market leading innovation mean we are in a stronger position to secure the best insurance solutions for you, at a competitive price.
WorkSafe’s mission is to actively work with the community to deliver outstanding workplace safety and return to work, together with insurance protection. The work we do is important because we impact upon many people’s lives, everyday.
We are Queensland's workplace health and safety regulator
WorkCover Queensland (WorkCover), an independent government owned statutory body, is a customer focused insurer aiming for insurance excellence. Despite it being mandatory for all Queensland employers to hold a WorkCover accident insurance policy (unless employers hold a self-insurance licence), WorkCover strives to be competitive with commercial insurers and is branded as such. The approach is simple: build lasting, valued relationships with customers and stakeholders. This means understanding and meeting customers’ needs and evolving business processes to suit these needs.
We are Western Australia's workplace health and safety regulator
Find out about how we regulate and administer the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981 and inform and engage workers, employers and other stakeholders about workers’ compensation and injury management.
Provides regulation for building and plumbing practitioners
VBA regulates building and plumbing practitioners to ensure the achievement of efficient and competition building and plumbing industries in Victoria. Services involve registering, licensing and disciplining plumbers, supporting the Building Practitioners Board, overseeing work of building surveyors, etc.
In January 2015, the Home Warranty Insurance Scheme (HWIF) had been renamed as the Home Building Compensation Fund (HBCF). This name change reflects the function of the Fund as the consumer protection regime for homeowners undertaking residential building projects in NSW where the contract price exceeds $20,000.
An owners corporation (formerly body corporate) manages the common property of a residential, commercial, retail, industrial or mixed-use property development.
You are likely to be a member of an owners corporation if you own a flat, apartment or unit. Your ‘body corporate’ became an owners corporation on 31 December 2007, when the Owners Corporations Act 2006 came into force. This law sets out the duties and powers of owners corporations.
Sear Insurance Brokers subscribe to the NIBA Code of Practice
All reputable Insurance Brokers are governed by a strong Code of Practice
The Insurance Brokers Code of Practice sets out the minimum service standards consumers can expect when they use an insurance broker and outlines what to do in the unlikely event they have a complaint to make.
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