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Building products can be obtained from a variety of sources. Having choice is great, but ensuring that the building products you procure are safe and free from defects can be difficult.
Being aware of the chain of custody of a building product can offer you confidence that the products you use meet the relevant Australian standards. Furthermore, understanding what verification process should be used for both imported and domestically imported building products can protect both you and your customers should there be a fault with the product.
This resource provides scenarios that demonstrate some of the most common procurement processes used by builders. They outline what verification documents should be provided in different cases, such as when a product is manufactured domestically or internationally, and whether it is sold directly, through a local suppler or via an importer. In each case advice is given on what should be done to ensure the building product complies with the National Construction Code (NCC).
Don’t put yourself at risk. Find out how the supply chain operates and what verification processes you need to follow to ensure you’re protected.
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This resource is designed for builders and industry professionals who want to understand what verification process should be used for imported and domestically manufactured building products.