MPANZ appoints new Chairperson
Master Plumbers ACT Director, Tom Martin has been appointed as Chairman of Master Plumbers Australia and New Zealand (MPANZ).
Master Plumbers Australia and New Zealand (MPANZ) is warning that a national occupational licensing scheme announced by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg comes with potential risks for community safety and consumer protection.
An increase in the purchase of bidet products, which can help reduce toilet paper use, has seen the ACCC outline the dangers of individuals trying to install products themselves. Australia's independent consumer authority has reminded consumers these products should be certified through the WaterMark Certification Scheme and installed by a professional plumber.
There is no escaping COVID-19, or the talk or fear of it at the least, but is your business prepared to deal with its direct impact? Master Plumber organisations across Australia and New Zealand are working hard to provide information and resources to support their members and their business during this unsettling time.
World Plumbing Day is celebrated internationally on 11 March every year and is an opportunity to recognise the important work that plumbers do to maintain and improve the health and safety of communities all over the world.
Master Plumbers Australia and New Zealand is one of 15 industry associations that will each receive an Australian Federal Government grant to provide their members with ‘trusted digital advisory services’.
Master Plumbers Australia has today released its 2019 list of ‘drain pain’ objects that are choking up water pipes, backing up sewerage systems, and ‘bogging down’ weary plumbers all over Australia and New Zealand, to coincide with World Plumbing Day.