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He aha tēnei mea te Tangata Motuhake (IQP)?

​What is an Independent Qualified Person (IQP)

​What an IQP is qualified to do

An IQP is a building specialist that we have identified as qualified to:

  • inspect and report on specified building systems, e.g. fire sprinklers, automatic doors, lifts, smoke detectors, escalators, air conditioning systems
  • follow the requirements set out in your building's compliance schedule
  • supply any other supporting documentation confirming compliance, such as certificates of compliance
  • maintain the systems to perform and operate effectively .

Our tip

'Independent' means that the specialist has no financial interest in the building.

​IQP guidelines and disciplinary code

​​Contact us if you have any questions about IQPs.

To register as an IQP, see Register as an IQP.

 

 

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