This stage requires building owners in Queensland to engage an RPEQ Certified Fire Engineer and register their details through three two of the online Combustible Cladding Checklist.
This regulation only applies to owners of buildings which are class 2 to 9 of type A or B construction (excluding houses and townhouses), which were built or had cladding altered between January 1st 1994 and October 1st 2018.
Any owner of a building that fits this description must register their building and complete the four stages before their listed deadline.
This stage follows the registration of buildings and completion of the Combustible Cladding Checklist (Stage 1) by March 29th this year, and completion of the building industry professional statement and Combustible Cladding Checklist (Stage 2) by July 31st.
Following the current stage, the final requirement is to “Complete the building fire safety risk assessment, fire engineer statement and the combustible cladding checklist (part 3).” by he third of May, 2021.
For building owners, the most effective approach is to partner with an organisation which can provide assessment and guidance throughout each phase of this process.
Hendry’s practitioners are experienced in provide Fire Engineering services and completing a thorough assessment of your building’s risk profile.
To date, we have performed works across 200 sites in Queensland to assist clients in understanding and managing their cladding risk as part of this government initiative.
Our practitioners also feature on several industry panels on fire safety concerning combustible cladding, including the VBA, AIBS and the International Fire Safety Standards coalition under the United Nations.
We can work with you to complete your building registration and provide an assessment on the risk profile of your buildings to develop a solution which maximises safety and compliance.