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Reflections on the Australian Building and Construction Commission 2009 Workforce Conference John Lloyd ABC Commissioner 22 September 2009 ABCC – The Beginning Now – the building industry in 2009 Future – where to from here Retrospective 2003 Royal Commission findings:

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Reflections on the Australian Building and

Construction Commission

2009 Workforce Conference

John Lloyd

ABC Commissioner

22 September 2009

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ABCC – The Beginning
  • Now – the building industry in 2009
  • Future – where to from here
retrospective
Retrospective
  • 2003 Royal Commission findings:
    • 25 substantial findings disregard for the law
    • 88 types of inappropriate conduct
inappropriate conduct
Inappropriate conduct
  • No union EBA – replace the subcontractor
  • Site agreements displacing lawful agreements
  • Businesses forced interstate
  • Unions determine who works in the industry
  • Payments withheld from subcontractor as an industrial tactic
  • Contractors paying union fees of employees to permit them to work
working days lost per 000 employees
Working Days Lost per ‘000 Employees

March 2003 Construction 86.3

All Industries 8.1

September 2006 Construction 1.6

All Industries 2.3

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Now
  • 5 Key Goals of the ABCC
    • accessible and visible
    • advise and educate
    • improve national code compliance
    • thoroughly investigate every complaint received
    • bring proceedings to court
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Now
  • The industry is more lawful than in 2003
  • Coercion, intimidation and discrimination reduced
  • Industry is more productive and efficient
  • Industry participants are confident with a regulator ready to address difficult issues
  • Subcontractors and employees are better informed of their rights
the future
The Future
  • The industry at an important crossroad
  • Build on the progress of the past 6 years
  • Respond quickly to new developments and trends
further information
Further information

For more detailed information and advice visit www.abcc.gov.au

OR

contact the ABCC hotline on

1800 003 338