The CodeMark Certification Scheme is a voluntary third-party building product certification scheme, administered by the Australian Building Codes Board.
It supports the use of new or innovative building products in specified circumstances in Australia, by providing a nationally accepted process for demonstrating compliance with the National Construction Code.
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Assists in better understanding and applying Part F2, Sanitary and other facilities DTS Provisions.
Provides an overview of options available to demonstrate compliance with the NCC.
Provides an overview of the Assessment Methods used when determining compliance with the NCC’s mandatory Performance Requirements.
Provides information about the grouping of buildings as they are referred to in the NCC. Find out about the classifications of all buildings with this useful reference.
Provides information for selecting and installing gutters and downpipes, including overflow measures for housing.
This corrigendum changes expiry dates contained in NCC 2019 and NCC 2019 Amendment 1 relevant to some NCC referenced documents.
This toolkit contains a variety of written and visual resources for stakeholders to share information about the WaterMark Certification Scheme across media and communication channels.
This report is a quantified risk assessment relating to the risk to vulnerable occupants in Class 9 Buildings associated with bushfire attacks in designated bushfire prone areas.
This report indicates the likely design and cost implications of complying with the revised Section G of NCC Volume One on a range of ‘example’ buildings.
In March 2022, the Board agreed to implement new bushfire provisions for certain Class 9 buildings in the NCC.
The new requirements will apply to:
This resource has been developed to provide guidance on how plumbing regulations work in Australia.
This notice is to provide clarification on achieving a compliant solution for a flushing cistern with optional top or bottom cistern inlet valve connections.
The 2020-2023 Business Plan is a reflection of the ABCB's commitment to implementing the regulatory reform agenda agreed by Governments.
This report summarises the process and outputs developed in response to the Building Confidence Report.
This macro-economic analysis was commissioned by the ABCB to inform the development of responses to the Building Confidence Report.
Recommendations 1 & 2 - This model guidance, developed for state and territory consideration and implementation, sets out a consistent national registration framework for building practitioners
Recommendation 22 - This glossary contains the terms and definitions developed to support interpretation and implementation of all model guidance.
Recommendation 21 - The Building Product Assurance Framework provides a pathway for improving building product safety.
Recommendation 20 - This model guidance, developed for state and territory consideration and implementation, sets out principles and proposed legislative measures for regulating minimum building ma
Recommendation 19 - This model guidance, developed for state and territory consideration and implementation, sets out principles and proposed legislative measures to regulate the installation, comm