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...
Updates from Master Plumbers and the wider industry.
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.
We've made some changes to our website to incorporate all the great homeowner information that was previously at www. dontriskit. co.
The Government is reviewing the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Act 2006.
View the first of our new regular video updates from Master Plumbers CEO Greg Wallace.
Master Plumbers are calling for the Government to undertake an urgent comprehensive review of plumbing products sold in New Zealand following the “lead-crisis” in Australia and independent testing which demonstrates...
The Government is reviewing the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Act 2006. Master Plumbers has developed a draft submission of amendments to the Act, which is available for download below.
Download Powerpoint presentations from: Speaker Presentation Master Plumbers CEO Greg Wallace Advocacy work Master Plumbers CEO Greg Wallace PGD Act review PGDB CEO Martin Sawyers PGDB update The Skills Organisation Skills update Infometrics Nationwide economic review...
To mark World Plumbing Day in 2018, Master Plumbers ran a Facebook competition offering the chance to win the services of a Master Plumber for a day.
Master Plumbers welcomes the release of the Government's Construction Skills Action Plan, which sets out six initial priority areas to address skills shortages in the construction industry.
LPG compliance in non-workplacesChanges were introduced to compliance requirements for more than100kg of LPG at non-workplaces on 1 December 2017.
With a shortage of quality plumbers in the Auckland region, Masterlink are on the hunt for apprentices.
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