QBCC has a number of policies that affect the services we provide to the industry.
This legislation provides for the Commissioner and Registrar to make policies to guide the Commission when regulating the industry. These include:
- Rectification of building work policy (PDF, 497KB)
- Code of conduct for adjudicators (PDF, 56KB)
- Continuing professional development for adjudicators policy (PDF, 56KB)
- Adjudicator referral policy (PDF, 55KB)
- Insurance policy conditions edition 8 (PDF, 816KB)—for contracts signed between 1 July 2009 and 27 October 2016.
QBCC operational policies
- Customer feedback policy (PDF, 3MB)
- Customer engagement management policy (PDF, 368KB)
- Administrative access policy (PDF, 364KB)
- Public interest disclosure policy (PDF, 822KB)
- Complaints about the Commissioner policy (PDF, 106KB)
- Conflicts of interest policy and procedure (PDF, 1MB)
- Secondary employment and external appointments policy and procedure (PDF, 781KB)
- Gifts and benefits policy and procedure (PDF, 1MB)
- Insider trading policy (PDF, 1MB)
- Moderation guidelines for social media
- Fraud and corruption prevention policy (PDF, 110KB)
- QBCC camera surveillance policy (PDF, 686KB)
- Managing Contact with Lobbyists Policy and Procedure (PDF, 554KB)
Queensland government policies
The Queensland procurement policy (PDF, 420KB) is the overarching procurement policy for goods and services across Queensland Government and governs procurement within the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC).
The QBCC procurement processes support the priorities of the Government by maximising value for money from expenditure on goods and services and ensuring probity and accountability for outcomes. The QBCC encourages the use of procurement to advance economic, environmental and social objectives and support the long-term wellbeing of our community.
For information on QBCC advertised tenders please visit the Queensland Government QTenders website.