CCN – The Latest Updates, News and Alerts on Combustible Cladding (Breaking News)

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VBA Raises Further Concerns with Hickory Group Builders

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Audit Finds 70 Canberra Buildings with Potentially Flammable Cladding

Cladding List Kept Secret Amid Demands for Action on ‘Construction Crisis’
A list of 444 buildings across NSW potentially clad in flammable material has been released to the NSW Parliament, but will not be shown to the public after the government deemed the privileged document a security risk.

‘Dropped the Ball’: Firies Union Join Calls for More Cladding Transparency
The ACT’s firefighters union says the location of buildings with potentially flammable cladding should be made public

Flammable Cladding on 75 Buildings in Boroondara

QBCC Announces Combustible Cladding Ban Now in Effect in Queensland

QLD Government – Schedule of Notified Government Buildings with Confirmed Combustible External Cladding

New Cladding Fire – Inferno As Flames Shoot Up The Side Of Luxury High-Rise

Combustible Cladding Seminar -An update by CEO of Cladding Safety Victoria (27 NOV. 2019)

2nd Annual Fire Safety & Cladding Summit 2019 (26-27 November 2019)

Grenfell Inquiry has Cost 100 Times Amount Saved on Cladding

Grenfell Criminal Charges More Likely, Say Lawyers After Inquiry

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As expert consultants, Roscon can devise a solution to address any non-compliant claddings. These solutions may be far more cost effective than replacing the entire building facade.

Australian Essential Services Group are independent auditors and fire safety specialists operating nationwide
AESG’s Combustible Cladding reports assist owners in establishing the risk profile and coverage of combustible materials, as well as providing guidance and recommendations to de-risk their building. AESG offer a range of reports to assist with insurance enquires, Council or VBA  Notices/Orders and pro-active investigations.

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Step-by-Step Guide For Evaluating the Combustibility Risk of Cladding

Australian NATA Testing Laboratory Offers Cladding Identification and Testing Services (to determine Combustibility Risk Profile)

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