TAS News

Tasmanian Member Meetings 2016

Friday 17th June, 2016

 Venue: Launceston Campus – Tastafe

Time: 11am

RSVP: 10th June, 2016

Email: tracee@mpav.com.au


Friday 17th November, 2016

 Venue: Hobart Campus – Tastafe

Time: 11am

RSVP: 10th November, 2016

Email: tracee@mpav.com.au



All commercial companies in the Building industry are invited to the Incolink Tasmania Launch

Date: 3rd December, 2013

Incolink is a joint enterprise of employer associations and union in the building and

construction industry; and are now proud to support the commercial building, construction

and civil sectors in Tasmania.

For more details about the event please click here

RSVP has been extended to 1St DEc


 Tasmanian Trade Expo

 21st November, 2013

 Venue: Alanvale Campus 54A Alanvale Road, Newnham

Room: A1/20 Painting Room, Ground Floor

Date: Thursday 21st November, 5pm – 8pm

RSVP: 14th November, 2013 Sharon Martin Ph: 03 9688 1212, Fax: 03 9689 9821

Email: sharon.martin@valspar.com


Are you working safely with lead? An essential course (accredited) for painters.

Topics Covered

Understanding of where lead based paints and asbestos are likely to be found:

  • The health effects of lead based paints and asbestos
  • Testing for lead and asbestos
  • Planning & Preparation
  • Methods of removal
  • Protecting yourself
  • Setting up the work area
  • Encapsulation
  • Clean up

Course duration: 1 day

Lunch Provided

Apply Lead Paint & Asbestos Management (CPCCPD3011A)

To enrol please download this form

Apply Lead Paint Asbestos Management form Tas


Apprenticeship Kick Start

Tuesday 22nd January, 2013

The Apprentice KickStart Incentive Payment is available until 28th February 2013 for all Australian Apprenticeship commencements where the occupational outcome will be Painting Trades Worker. The Apprentice KickStart payments are a total of $3,350 paid in instalments of:


To read more click here…………….






Newspaper/Web Articles

the mercury.com.au  | MATT SMITH   |   July 10, 2011 12.01am

House-painter pitfalls

HOME owners need to beware of uninsured “stationwagon bandits” painting their homes who have no concern for quality, the Master Painters Association says.

To read more……….



Industry Standard for Painting Contractors

Monday, 19 October 2009

 The Minister for Workplace Relations, Lisa Singh, has welcomed a decision by commercial and residential painting contractors to establish an industry standard in Tasmania.

To read more……….



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