Video update from CEO Greg Wallace - Jun 2019
Updates from Master Plumbers and the wider industry.
The 2019 NZ Plumbing Conference was truly incredible – held on the Sunny Gold Coast, with amazing opportunities for networking, sharing member insights and hearing from our excellent guest speakers.
Master Plumbers chief executive Greg Wallace says appropriate measures need to be put in place to detect and manage legionella bacteria in our homes, apartments, schools, rest homes and hospitals.
Master Plumbers welcomes the Government’s acknowledgement that greater value should be placed on apprenticeships, trades and workplace training.
Having a health and safety conversation with your workmates, your boss or your workers is the first action to take to help ensure everyone goes home healthy and safe, says…
Check out the good practice guidance from WorkSafe on managing health and safety risks associated with excavation work. Read it HERE
Need an apprentice? Go to Masterlink. 100% owned by Master Plumbers, Masterlink recruits the best—and manages and mentors them tooVisit Website
A workplace that supports good mental and physical health is a productive workplace. Our Wellbeing on Tap resources focus on five pillars of wellbeingVisit Website
The award-winning NZ Plumber magazine has been keeping our industry informed for over 70 years—and it's proudly brought to you by Master PlumbersVisit Website
Master Plumbers is a proud industry friend of NAWIC—a voluntary, non-profit association for women in the construction industryVisit Website
We are a Trade Association Member of Site Safe, which entitles our members to a 10% discount on annual Site Safe membershipVisit Website
As a Construction Sector Accord Network Member, Master Plumbers supports the Accord's vision of a higher performing construction sectorVisit Website