23/5/2018 ACV/GARDS girls traveled to Leongatha Lions Club to speak with 26 of their members & make them asbestos aware – great bunch of members who made us feel very welcome – terrific questions – great night with much chatter around asbestos issues. We were very happy to meet everyone, we were asked to stay to dinner, which, by the way was absolutely scrumptious – thank you to all the Leongatha Lions Club members – pictured here are some of those happy members
AirTasker — which allows people to post jobs for other users to bid on — has been criticised by licensed contractors around the country who say the app is allowing unqualified tradies to perform jobs they are not certified to do.
In some cases, when the qualified tradesmen tried to confront so-called cowboy tradies via the platform, they were temporarily banned from the service.
The peak trade union council of New South Wales has been pushing for a new body to properly regulate the gig economy because of safety concerns posed by unqualified workers bidding for jobs such as plumbing, gas fitting, electrical work and even asbestos removal.