Making site complaints: A new form now available

March 10, 2015

If you suspect that there are irregularities on a site that contravene the laws, regulations, and collective agreements in effect in the industry, let the Commission de la construction du Québec (CCQ) know right away by making a site complaint.

An online form that’s simple to fill out

If you want to tell us, for example, about a person working without a competency certificate, a contractor without a licence from the Régie du bâtiment du Québec (RBQ), or an incorrect journeyman/apprentice ratio on a site, you can share this information with us by filling out the new Complaint Regarding a Situation Deemed Non-compliant on a Construction Site form (soon available in English).

This form is simple to fill out. You can find it by clicking on “Want to make a complaint?” The form will tell you which relevant information to share with us so that we can properly assess the situation reported.

When it receives a site complaint, the CCQ acts!

The CCQ processes all information that it receives from the public carefully and confidentially. To find out more about how site complaints are processed, consult the page “How the CCQ processes site complaints.”

Telling us about a situation deemed non-compliant means helping to increase compliance on construction sites!

How to let us know about a situation deemed non-compliant on a construction site