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Who Can Perform Plumbing and Drainage Work Legally?
The health and safety of the community is reliant on professional, licensed people undertaking plumbing and drainage work. In Queensland, legislation stipulates that any unlicensed persons (people who are not qualified to undertake plumbing and drainage work) cannot perform what is considered "regulated wor", stipulated in the Plumbing and Drainage Act 2019.
Protecting Your Water Post COVID-19
As the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions ease, it is important that business owners ensure the safety of their building’s water systems before occupancy resumes.
Public Warned of Water Heater Dangers
MPAQ would like to warn people of water heater dangers and the importance of not performing plumbing work unless you are a licensed person after a recent report of a woman in QLD who received facial burns after a hot water system reportedly exploded.
Safety First for Impending Storms in South East Queensland
With several days of severe storms predicted in South East Queensland by the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM), the Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland (MPAQ) is urging everyone to ensure that plumbing is a key priority in storm preparation.
Mediation Request Form
This form is for use by customers of MPAQ members wishing to utilise Master Plumbers' Association of Queensland (MPAQ) as a mediation service between themselves and their contracted plumber, drainer and/or gas fitter.
Information for Consumers
Information for Consumers with regards to a plumber or plumbing work completed or with regards to using a licensed plumber.
Notification of Defective Works
This form will assist MPAQ in creating a case for defective works to take to the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC).