The new Commonwealth Building Safety Regulations (CBRs) have introduced several changes to Commonwealth building legislation.
For example, the new regulations will require that all new construction be constructed on an approved site.
These new regulations also require a pre-construction safety assessment.
A safety assessment will determine whether or not the project will be fit for purpose and, if so, whether it meets the new building standards.
This will also include the type of building, and whether it is required for public safety.
In other words, the construction safety regulation will provide a way for governments to make sure that a project is safe.
If it is not safe for the public to use, then the project is not fit for use.
The regulation is also meant to address the need for building owners to have a clear plan for a building’s use.
This is done through an annual inspection.
There is also a mandatory report for every new project that is built, with a cost of $10,000 to the Commonwealth.
The regulations also include a new requirement for all construction to have fire and safety insurance.
Building owners will also be required to install an emergency evacuation plan in all new projects.
These plans will be available for use in case of a fire, major earthquake or other disaster.
The rules will also require any project to be certified by the Building Authority for Safety and Environmental Design.
This can only be done once a building has been built and the building has passed a fire safety assessment and a building safety inspection.
Building codes are also now required for all new buildings, which means that all Commonwealth Government buildings, including State Government buildings.
These codes are updated every four years, and can be found on the Building and Building Safety website.
The new regulations are currently being implemented in the states, territories and remote communities.
A draft version of the legislation has been released, which can be downloaded from the Commonwealth Building Code page.
The final legislation is expected to be introduced into the ACT in early 2018.