Renewing your registration online Late last year, BRCA introduced an online Cabling Registration renewal process to simplify the procedure for cablers. As with all new initiatives, we had a few ‘teething problems’ to start with, but we’ve ironed them out, so it’s quite a simple process. Over the past year, several cablers have conveniently renewed their registrations, as well as …
CEO’s Bulletin This is the last edition of BRCA Bytes for 2016 and, as you read through it, you’ll see there are a lot of things going in our industry that will have an impact on what we do in 2017 and beyond. Firstly, we’re pleased to inform you of the ACMA’s continued attention given to the telecommunications cabling industry, most recently with its …
CEO’s Bulletin A lot has happened in the telecommunications cabling world since our last edition of BRCA Bytes, and I’m sure you’ll find several informative articles on what’s going on in our cabling industry. Firstly, you need to be aware the ACMA inspectors are actively auditing cablers on commercial and domestic sites, checking if cablers are compliant with the law by being registered. …
Following the introduction of Cabling Competencies, which took effect 1 July 2014, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) recently compiled a list of FAQs in consultation with all the cabling registrars, including BRCA.
A new Industry Guideline has recently been released to assist cablers who are migrating customers to NBN-connected premises, both residential or commercial.
In July 2012, the Australian and Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) implemented changes to the competency requirements for Registered Cabling Providers (Cablers) to address concerns within the cabling industry that Cablers may not have the appropriate skills required to perform specialised cabling work (ie beyond the scope of a base Registration) for the current and emerging cabling environment.
Standards Australia has recently released the following updated copper and fibre cabling testing standards for use in Australia and New Zealand: AS/NZS IEC 61935-1:2012 and AS/NZS ISO/IEC 14763.3:2012.
By: Ian Millner, BICSI member and former director of Milcom. A Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is designed to identify any hazards related to the safety of yourself, those working with you and others who may have access to the worksite.
BRCA’s accountant – Michael Huntington, Principal at Duncan Dovico Accountants and Advisers – has written an article to provide BICSI Registered Cablers with some clarity on two key taxation matters that may impact registered cablers this year – subcontracting and motor vehicles.
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