Victoria Government Unveils 2023-24 Budget
25 May 2023
The Victorian Government released its 2023-24 Budget. From addressing the economic aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic to driving sustainable development, the budget reflects the government's commitment to fostering growth and prosperity in the state.
|25/05/2023 10:00:00 AM
Industry calls for stronger protection of subcontractors
24 May 2023
Industry associations representing the states subcontractors have joined forces with unions to plead for urgent reform
|24/05/2023 12:00:00 AM
Security of Payments in Victoria
11 May 2023
Late last month, several organisations representing the subcontracting industries met with NECA to discuss a joint approach to responding to the Governments request for input around Securities of Payment.
|11/05/2023 12:00:00 AM
Federal Budget 2023-24
10 May 2023
The 2023-24 Federal Budget addresses the rising costs of energy, Australia’s transition towards a net zero economy, equal opportunity for participation and funding for apprentices as amongst it’s key priorities.
|10/05/2023 10:00:00 AM
Energy Safe Victoria urges industry to take care around power lines following rise in 2022 incidents
17 April 2023
Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) is urging industry to take better care when working around power lines following an increase in dangerous incidents in 2022.
|17/04/2023 10:00:00 AM
Have you heard about the 3P's?
12 April 2023
Success begins with the 3P's: Plan, Prepare and Perform. These are essential elements to get the work done safely and compliant.
|12/04/2023 10:00:00 AM
Industry summit welcome, but subbies cannot be left behind
05 April 2023
While the announcement of the industry summit is greatly welcomed by industry, NECA wishes to highlight the importance of ensuring subcontractors, who represent 85% of workers on construction sites, have a voice in these discussions.
|5/04/2023 12:00:00 AM
NECA joins the call on the government for Security of Payment Reform
20 March 2023
NECA’s Head of Government Relations and Policy, Kent Johns, joined Senator David Pocock and CFMEU National Secretary, Zach Smith at Parliament House in Canberra recently to again call on the government to make urgent reforms to security of payment.
|20/03/2023 10:00:00 AM