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Practice Advisory 19: Improving earthquake performance of non-structural elements

Building Code compliance > B Stability > B1 Structure > Practice Advisory 19
Good performance of non-structural elements in earthquakes can save lives and costs.

Practice Advisory 20: Improving earthquake performance of secondary structural elements

Building Code compliance > B Stability > B1 Structure > Practice Advisory 20
Good performance of secondary structural elements in earthquakes can save lives and costs.

BC Update 192: Release of Practice Advisory 18 – Fire Safety Design for Tall Buildings

News and updates > All news and updates > BC Update 192: Release of Practice Advisory 18 – Fire Safety Design for Tall Buildings
MBIE has released a new Practice Advisory outlining best practice in fire safety design for tall buildings.

BCTRAG November 2019 meeting

Building Code compliance > BCTRAG November 2019 meeting
Summary and materials of the  November 2019 meeting of the Building Code Technical Risk Advisory Group (BCTRAG).

General information on building safety in earthquakes

Managing buildings > General information on building safety in earthquakes
You need to seek professional engineering advice for any structural concerns you have about your building.

BCTRAG June 2019 meeting

Building Code compliance > BCTRAG June 2019 meeting
Summary and materials of the 5 June 2019 meeting of the Building Code Technical Risk Advisory Group (BCTRAG).

BCTRAG March 2019 meeting

Building Code compliance > BCTRAG March 2019 meeting
Summary and materials of the 5 March 2019 meeting of the Building Code Technical Risk Advisory Group (BCTRAG).

How to identify defects

Projects & consents > Sign-off and maintenance > Completing your project > How to identify defects
Help for homeowners and contractors unsure about what constitutes defective work but isn't covered by the Building Code.

Key roles and responsibilities

BCA accreditation > Key roles and responsibilities
An overview of the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders in the building consent authority accreditation scheme.

Key steps in the accreditation process

BCA accreditation > Key steps in the accreditation process
There are up to seven key steps in the process to become an accredited organisation.

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