Ensuring your structural steel is compliant to the National Construction Code (NCC) is mandatory and can be confusing and difficult to undertake. Ensuring you also satisfy your duty of care under Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) to minimise risk is equally onerous.

ASI has prepared new Technical Note TN015 “Ascertaining compliance of structural steel” to provide definitive guidance for all stakeholders in the supply chain, including manufacturers, distributors, fabricators, engineers, certifiers, clients and Government. Understanding and actioning TN015 requirements is incredibly important for all members of the steel supply chain, in particular with the changes taking place to our Regulatory environment as a consequence of the recent high profile building and structure failures.

Risk-minimised compliant steel structures are a shared responsibility for the complete supply chain and when we all work together, cost-effective safe structures are achievable.

Download the Tech Note here