Code of ethics and what it means to you

In this article we will look at some examples of the LBP Code of Ethics in action that you may recognise on site, or in your dealings with clients.

Eliminating risk & planning for a crisis

Learn to master one of the most important aspects of running a business: Eliminating uncertainty by managing risk. There are a number of ways you can do this.

When is enough, enough?

That awkward moment many businesses have to face at some stage: How to address the situation of an underperforming team member. At what point do you say, enough is enough?

Live well, build well

A new wellbeing initiative for the residential construction sector is helping builders and tradies cope 
better with the ups and downs of the industry. 

Trade Skills

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House of the Year celebrates New Zealand’s best builds

A Waikato wonder home and charming Christchurch creation take top titles in this year’s Registered Master Builders House of the Year competition.

The code of ethics and what it means to you - Part Two

As an LBP, making sure you understand the code of ethics is crucial. Here, we look at what is involved in principle number three of the code: Taking responsibility for your actions.

What the building product information requirements mean for LBPs

From December 2023, the Building (Building Product Information Requirements) Regulations 2022 take effect – what Licensed Building Practitioners need to know.

How tired is your team?

Summer days can lead to more jobs and longer hours, as we strive to make the most of daylight-saving, so how do we make sure our teams aren't too tired to stay safe?


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2023 Apprentice of the Year Winners Announced

Now in its 20th year, the Registered Master Builders CARTERS Apprentice of the Year regional winners have been announced for 2023.

Construction body plots its five-year course

Aims for what it wishes to achieve for the sector over the next five years have been laid out by the Workforce Development Council for Construction and Infrastructure, Waihanga Ara Rau.

Activating a thriving construction business

A new series of workshops aimed at activating better business in the building sector kicks off this November.

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