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Welcome to Timber Trade Industrial Association

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Leading Business Support

In the modern age, it seems we have to comply and conform with more than a handful of rules and regulations.  We know you didn’t get into business to spend your whole life doing paperwork and compliance documents.  Let TTIA help you free up your day from the tasks you would rather delegate.

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Training for your team

Every year the lawmakers seem to try to keep us on our toes! TTIA’s network of trainers will help you implement the latest changes in regulations into your business in an efficient and streamlined way.  Our yearly sessions help your team stay up to date and on the ball.  Ask now about our upcoming dates.

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Unrivalled Member Benefits

The list of benefits to TTIA members is so extensive that we struggled to fit it all onto one website.  From discounts to exclusive offers all of our benefits and member offers have been designed to add dollars to you bottom line.  Managing your cost base just got easier with our network of experts.

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MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

Timber Industry Specific

In-house Solicitor and Specialists

7 days per week advice

Non profit Organisation

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Learn how TTIA can take the stress out of your business

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Latest News

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    The federal government have announced that Thursday 22 September will be a one-off public holiday as a national day of mourning to mark the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The following day, Friday 23 September, is a public holiday in Victoria only. The holiday gives......

  • NEW LEGISLATION – PAID FAMILY AND  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LEAVE 

    Members may be aware from recent widespread media reports that the federal government has introduced a bill to create a national entitlement to 10 days paid family and domestic violence leave (FDVL) into the National Employment Standards (NES).  The proposed entitlement replaces the current NES......

  • GOVERNMENT RESTORES PANDEMIC LEAVE PAYMENT UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30

    The government has reinstated the pandemic leave payment for workers who have to isolate and are unable to work but do not have sick leave. The leave payment had originally expired on 30 June, however due to an escalating COVID wave, the decision has been......