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324 Queen Street

324 Queen Street, Brisbane, Queensland


  • Electrical Leads and Tool Tagging - All electrical leads and tools used on site are to be tested and tagged in accordance with the relative Australian Standards or best practice by a licensed electrician. It is the responsibility of the Tenant or person using the electrical lead or equipment to ensure it has a current safety tag.
  • Electrical Isolation - Only a qualified/authorised person can carry out an isolation of electrical supply on the main switchboards. Approval for these works is required from Building Management. Main switches, circuit breakers or fuses that are isolated must be tagged, with an approved tag, stating reasons for isolation and signed by the authorised person.
  • Electrical Supply - All electricity supply for works pertaining to a specific tenancy must be obtained from either a temporary power supply board or power supply within the tenancy. At no time are any of the common area electricity supply boards to be used to carry out works for tenancies. It is the responsibility of the Tenant to ensure that their contractors make provisions for electricity supply for the duration that works are carried out. All electrical work must be fully tested prior to the tag being removed and the circuit energised. Only the person, who tagged the switch, circuit breaker or fuse, may authorise removal of the tag and energising the system.
  • Handling and Storage - Contractors are responsible for the security, handling and storage of all their materials on site. All areas must be kept clean, tidy and free of rubbish and off cuts etc.
  • Portable Earth Leakage Units - All portable electrical devices must be protected by an earth leakage circuit breaker. The earth leakage circuit breaker will be an approved device, which is plugged into the GPO. It will be used to power the electrical tool, or can form part of the electrical device appliance. GPOs should be switched off prior to devices being unplugged from a GPO.
  • Scaffolding - Any work to be carried out at heights that requires the use of scaffolding must comply with the relevant Work Cover regulations and appropriate Building Management approvals.
  • Structural Fixtures - No structural fixings slab or wall penetrations are permitted without the prior consent of Building Management.
  • Protection of Surfaces - Contractors are responsible for protecting all surfaces from damage during the course of their works. Particular attention shall be paid to the protection of carpets, light fittings, walls, doors and frames, and ducted skirting cover plates as well as lift cars and lift door frames. The carpet must be protected with a clear plastic film taped at the joints. This protection should be maintained and repaired as necessary during the course of the works and removed on completion. When moving equipment and materials onto a floor, attention must be made to the Common areas (walls, ceilings, lifts, floors etc). Any damage to surfaces resulting from the contractor’s work will be rectified at the relevant Tenants/contractors cost.
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