Leaching of metals from household taps—new report
A newly released scientific report sheds further light on leaching of metals from household taps in New Zealand. For some time now, Master Plumbers ha...
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A new government subsidy will provide $1,000 per month to the employer for a first-year apprentice, and $500 per month for up to eight months for a second-year apprentice. It applies to both new and existing apprentices.
Whilst we remain in the COVID-19 Alert Level 4 at this stage, the Government has provided more detail of what Alert Level 3 will look like to help bus...
In the fast evolving COVID-19 Level 4 lockdown situation, there is confusion about what constitutes essential plumbing, gasfitting or drainlaying work. If your business is still open, you are probably fielding some difficult calls. We've put together some tips to help.
Updated: 23 April 2020 Your five-step guide to returning to work in residential construction at COVID-19 Alert Level 3.
New Zealand will move to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 at 11:59pm on 27 April.
Master Plumbers has a wide range of COVID-19 resources and support for our Members.
The COVID-19 Alert Level will become Level 4 on Wednesday 25 March at 11:59pm. This means that all businesses will be closed except for essential services and lifeline utilities.
We will get through this. Master Plumbers is taking action to support public health goals and slow down the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19.
Master Plumbers are monitoring the fast-evolving COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation and the implications it has for our industry and our community. We’re taking action to support public health goals and slow down the spread of COVID-19.
If you are affected by COVID-19, you may be able to access financial support through the newly announced Government Support Package.
In the final update for 2019, Master Plumbers, Gasfitters & Drainlayers NZ and Masterlink chief executive Greg Wallace reflects on the achievements of a very busy year and looks forward...
What is annual health monitoring and why must you build it into your business for your field staff? Health management company NZ Provide answers some common questions.
A diagnosis of bowel cancer for 45-year-old plumbing business owner Grayson Allen came as a complete shock. We asked him about its impact, and what he has learned from the experience.
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