To manage the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) the Australian Government has issued a Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) notice .
As employees who visit properties to conduct our business we should have guidelines to protect people we come in contact with and our own health.
To follow Government directives to prevent the spread of Coronavirus disease I have provided the following procedure that should be immediately implemented:
"I have procedures to follow due to the risk posed by the Coronavirus disease."
"I wish to advise you of my obligations under the Australian Government Health in safeguarding you and me in respect to the Coronavirus disease. Please assist me in practicing 1.5M distancing between us and if you are unwell please tell me and isolate yourself away from this property while I conduct the inspection."
Other general precautions we should take:
If you have any questions or wish to discuss any of the above please contact me.
Please read the following Australian Government Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) notice and this link for up to date information.
Inspections and client/customer/purchaser wishing to attend the property inspection:
We have strict procedures when inspecting properties during these times. For your protection and our inspectors safety please do NOT attend the property or approach the inspector during the inspection. If you wish to discuss the inspection or report please call the office and we can arrange a phone briefing.
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The Building Inspection industry in NSW is currently unregulated. Anyone that has purchased a property or is considering investing in one knows that building and pest inspections are a vital aspect of buying that property. It helps protect the potential owners from financial threats in case there are any structural problems.
This is why it is also very important that you check whether your building inspector has the necessary qualifications to carry out the inspection. Without these qualifications, training, and experience, you can’t be sure that the building inspectors will be able to provide a quality and comprehensive inspection report. Here are some aspects to consider before you hire a building inspector.
Things to consider before hiring a building inspector
The company or the individual you hire should be a registered professional. Only a registered inspector will have the knowledge and skills required to provide an accurate report. It’s also important that the inspector you hire have the relevant Professional Indemnity Insurance cover. This is a prerequisite in the building inspection space and most insurance companies will provide cover only to registered building inspectors.
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The building inspector needs to have a minimum of 2 years of relevant industry experience, and this should be one of the criteria you look at while hiring them. Ask them how many years they have been operating in this industry (property inspection or building trade). If the inspector is hesitant to answer or even if they have very little experience, this should be a red flag for you.
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