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Friday, 15 January 2016 11:20

NEWS FROM PCCB

NEWS FROM PCCB

As the regulator for the INNSA Code the Property Codes Compliance Board (PCCB) has travelled a steep learning curve about the invasives industry. Having said that, when it comes to protecting consumers and businesses through codes of practice the principles hold good across all industries, and the PCCB has great experience in regulating Codes of Practice.

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Wednesday, 16 September 2015 14:49

BENEFITS THE INVASIVES CODE CAN BRING TO THE INVASIVE SPECIES INDUSTRY

BENEFITS THE INVASIVES CODE CAN BRING TO THE INVASIVE SPECIES INDUSTRY

Alan Thorogood, CEO of STL Group Ltd and a director of the PCCB, discusses the benefits the Invasives Code can bring to the invasive species industry

My advice to the Invasive species industry is to embrace the Invasives Code as something which will help raise awareness of and enhance their businesses. It’s not just a box-ticking exercise.

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Tuesday, 27 January 2015 16:41

The Invasives Code of Practice

THE INVASIVES CODE OF PRACTICE

For many months, INNSA has been developing a Code of Practice for consumers and property professionals to deliver confidence and assurance in the services delivered by INNSA members. The Code builds on the robust technical standards that INNSA already requires of its members and the established criteria that new members must meet to join the Association.

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