Multi-entry certificate

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When to submit a multi-entry certificate

All minor plumbing work carried out must be certified on a multi-entry certificate. A multi-entry certificate will record up to 25 individual jobs and will need to be submitted within five working days after the end of each calendar month. For example, all minor plumbing work carried out in July 2014 will be need to be certified on a multi-entry certificate that must be received by the Building Commission no later than 7 August 2014.

A multi-entry certificate can only be lodged by the licensed plumbing contractor to which it is registered. Correct and complete details must be entered or certificates will not be accepted.

A licensed plumbing contractor who lodges a multi-entry certificate must keep their copy of the certificate at his or her principal place of business for six years.

Where to submit multi-entry certificate

Multi-entry certificates can be lodged by posting to:

Plumbers Licensing Board
Locked Bag 14
Cloisters Square WA 6850

Or visiting:

Building Commission
Level 1, 303 Sevenoaks Street
Cannington WA 6107

Certificate order form

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