CPCCBC4005:Produce labor and material schedules for ordering Questions a) Identify a national and a state/territory-specific government building and construction legislation that could impact the production of schedules for physical and human resources and materials for residential or commercial projects. The work health and safety ACT 2011 b) Identify a national and a state/territory-specific government building and construction regulation that could impact the production of schedules for physical and human resources and materials for residential or commercial projects. a) List three (3) types of drawings and/or specifications that you need to review to when producing a schedule for physical and human resources and materials for residential or commercial projects.

CPCCBC4005:Produce labor and material schedules for ordering
Questions
a) Identify a national and a state/territory-specific government building and construction legislation that could impact the production of schedules for physical and human resources and materials for residential or commercial projects.

The work health and safety ACT 2011

b) Identify a national and a state/territory-specific government building and construction regulation that could impact the production of schedules for physical and human resources and materials for residential or commercial projects.

a) List three (3) types of drawings and/or specifications that you need to review to when producing a schedule for physical and human resources and materials for residential or commercial projects.

Construction drawing, details drawing, production drawing

b) For each of the items listed in question 2a), provide two (2) examples of information that can be used referred to when producing a schedule for physical and human resources and materials for residential or commercial projects.

a) As per the NCC Volume 2, what part would you refer to in relation to timber framing

b) Performance Requirement P2.1 is satisfied for a timber frame if it is designed and constructed in accordance with what Australian Standard?

c) What does this standard specify requirements for?

4.Research and list government agencies in your state or territory which have regulatory control in the building industry.

5.What site documentation. drawing or specification would be referenced for each of the following types of information?

6.When establishing Agreements with Sub-contractors or suppliers what is meant by the term Contract Rates?

7.Contracts are often signed between the builder and owner prior to council/certifier approval.

a) If changes are required as a result of gaining approval, what is this called?

b) What would need to happen?

c) List four (4) documents that would be required according to process the variation.

8.a) What does the term “LD” stand for in a residential building contract?

b) What does it refer to?

9.a) What are the three (3) fundamental steps of the building application process?

b) If a building approval is required, who should you appoint as the certified?

10.a) What do local authorities check your construction plans against when assessing your building application for approval?

b) What do you receive from the local authority as proof of your building application approval?

11.List three (3) common conditions listed on a building permit.

12.Why do you need to have organisational policies and procedures for:
a) costing and ordering materials

b) selecting and engaging suppliers, and

c) building and construction contractor and supplier contracts?

13.List three (3) key pieces of information that you would typically find on organisational policies and procedures for:
a) costing and ordering materials (also known as procurement)

b) selecting and engaging suppliers, and

c) building and construction contractor and supplier contracts?
14.a) In cases where a construction project may impact the environment, what document does the regulatory body require to be created?

b) What does this document cover?

15.a) List two (2) standard workplace safety requirements on a building and construction site.

b) Where might additional site safety requirements be found?

16.When estimating a project, you need to take into consideration the organisation overheads.

Identify six (6) overheads that need to be considered during estimation