As regulator, SIRA is consulting on key design features of the new Home Building Compensation Scheme before it commences in 2018.
We have released two draft guidelines:
- Our Draft home building compensation claims handling guidelines look at how providers of cover should manage claims for home building compensation.
- Our Draft home building compensation business plan guidelines look at how providers of cover adopt good business practices and have the capacity to offer suitable products and services.
Please read them before answering the questions in our online form below.
Your feedback will help us develop the guidelines that will apply under the reformed scheme. For more information about the reforms themselves, see our home building compensation reforms section.
Don't miss this important opportunity to have your say.
Consultation period: 01/01/2016 12:00 am to 01/01/2016 12:00 am
What is this about?
There are more than 500 pyrotechnicians licenced in New South Wales. Every year SafeWork issues about 596 single-use fireworks licences to councils and other event organisers for one-off events. Fireworks are spectacular, however they can also cause significant injury and even death.
We aim to improve worker and public safety around fireworks, and to ensure that license holders are aware of the safety conditions every time they use pyrotechnics.
We have reviewed the current Operational Conditions for Pyrotechnicians and Single-Use Fireworks Licenses and created a new draft that includes proposed changes. These include:
- storage, handling, transport, use and notification of fireworks licences and prepared fireworks displays
- how specific conditions appear in the document (in italics in the draft Operational Conditions)
- more guidance to make the operational requirements easier to follow.
Licence holders who do not comply with the conditions may be fined, have their licence suspended or cancelled, or be prosecuted.
The draft document addresses feedback we have received since the current conditions were published in 2013.
Please review the Draft Operational Conditions document linked below.
Use the form below to provide your feedback.
You can provide additional feedback by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will carefully consider feedback before we finalise the document.
All submissions will be published on our website, unless we’ve been asked not to.
Submissions open: Tuesday, 29th September 2020
Submissions close: Friday, 13th November 2020
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