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Nov 24

BBUGS Suppliers Technical Day QLD

As supporters of BBUGS and BOHOGS and suppliers to the industry, this is your opportunity (current 2021 sponsorship a requirement) to present your company and its services
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The BBUGS Suppliers Technical Day will be held on Wednesday November 24th, 2021 at the Moranbah Community Centre QLD.
As supporters of BBUGS and BOHOGS and suppliers to the industry, this is your opportunity (current 2021 sponsorship a requirement) to present your company and its services. Based on feedback from previous years, we are asking you to focus on technical presentations, case studies and or operational experience on the use of your people, systems or products.
Please take advantage of this opportunity to show what you have done and what you can do for the industry. Focus on the learnings from the application, the technical advantages and the operational advantages.
When you register to present, please provide the title of your presentation and the presenter. This information is invaluable to us for promoting the event to site operational and technical personnel; the people you want to present to.

For more, click here.

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Location: Moranbha Community Centre
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Nov 24

Annual Concrete Engineering & Technology

Distinguished academicians and professionals will share their knowledge on different aspects of concrete design and construction. It is expected to be of great interest to those involved in concrete technology and design including engineers, concrete entrepreneurs, concrete professionals, government agencies and engineering students.
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Concrete Engineering & Technology Seminar is an annual event organized by Concrete Institute of Australia North Queensland (CIANQ) and JCU. This year’s seminar showcases some of the ongoing landmark projects in North Queensland including the Technology Innovation Centre (TIC) building under construction at JCU which will house JCU Engineering department, and the Haughton River Floodplain Upgrade Project.  The seminar will also include the state-of-the-art research and development on different aspects of concrete design and construction.

Distinguished academicians and professionals will share their knowledge on different aspects of concrete design and construction.  It is expected to be of great interest to those involved in concrete technology and design including engineers, concrete entrepreneurs, concrete professionals, government agencies and engineering students.

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Location: James Cook University Building 25, Room 001, Townsville, QLD 4810
Time: 12:00
Nov 24

Defence industry breakfast – Townsville

Defence industry breakfast – Townsville
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Want to participate in major regional defence projects?

This breakfast event is your chance to:

  • learn about upcoming Defence projects in the region
  • understand how to get involved in the supply chain
  • network with key decision makers.

You’ll hear updates on:

  • Australia-Singapore Military Training Initiative project at Greenvale
  • Department of Defence Estate Works program and future procurement activities
  • programs and assistance available through the Centre for Defence Industry Capability
  • opportunities with Downer Defence, including upcoming trade work packages worth up to $2 million

Please RSVP online by 5 pm 19 November to secure your place. Tickets strictly limited.

Event details

Time: 6.30 am-8.30 am (AEST)
Date: Wednesday 24 November 2021
Location: Townsville RSL, 139 Charters Towers Rd, Hyde Park QLD 4812

Cost: $40 per person including hot breakfast, tea/coffee – registrations essential.

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Location: Townsville RSL, 139 Charters Towers Rd, Hyde Park QLD 4812
Time: 06:30
Nov 24

Gladstone Engineering Alliance Annual General Meeting

Gladstone Engineering Alliance invites you to attend its Annual General Meeting (AGM).
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Gladstone Engineering Alliance invites you to attend its Annual General Meeting (AGM).

Date:       Wednesday 17 November, 2021
Time:       5:00pm to 6:30pm
Venue:    Gladstone Engineering Alliance Boardroom
4/69 Goondoon Street,
Gladstone, QLD, 4680

 

The following business will be conducted at the AGM:

  • Previous AGM minutes read and adopted
  • President’s Report
  • General Manager’s Report
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Election of Board Members
  • Appointment of auditor

At this Annual General Meeting GEA is seeking nominations for four board member positions.

 

Please find attached a Board member nomination form, the nomination must be:

  • In writing; and
  • Signed by the candidate and the members who nominated him/her; and
  • Received by this office no later than 4pm on Wednesday 3 November 2021; and
  • Be a current financial member of GEA

Proxy Forms are available – it should be noted that a member has the right to appoint a proxy and the proxy may be a current financial GEA member, or another person. Please note that all proxies must be received by this office no later 5:00pm on Wednesday 17 November 2021.

For more information about the AGM or the nomination process phone 4972 9060.

Members who wish to attend the AGM virtually can email admin@gea.asn.au to obtain a link to the meeting.

 

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Location: Gladstone Engineering Alliance Boardroom 4/69 Goondoon Street, Gladstone, QLD, 4680
Time: 17:00
Nov 30

Safety first for Qld’s mining industry

Leading health and safety professionals across Queensland’s resources sector are invited to attend an industry health and safety workshop
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Leading health and safety professionals across Queensland’s resources sector are invited to attend an industry health and safety workshop at Queensland’s Parliamentary Annexe on November 30, 2021.

Please register your in-person (places limited) or online attendance here.

The in-person and online Lead Indicators workshop is being hosted by the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) and the Office of the Commissioner for Resources Safety and Health.

QRC Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane said the workshop theme of ‘Future Focus Areas and Practical Takeaways’ will focus on the latest, leading practices in health and safety across Queensland’s resources sector.

“We want every person working in resources to go home safely to their family after every shift, which is why resources companies prioritise continuous learning and development for their health and safety teams,” Mr Macfarlane said.

Click here to register your attendance.

Click here to view the program.

Click here for headshots of the presenters.

Resources Safety and Health Commissioner Kate du Preez said the workshop highlights the resources industry’s commitment to sharing information and research, and the need to work towards the continuous improvement of safety and health outcomes in Queensland’s resources sector.

Mr Macfarlane said he encourages anyone working in health and safety in resources to attend the workshop so they can benefit from the case studies, learnings and practical experience of people who are actively using lead indicators to drive safety.

“This is the best way to maintain a ‘safety first’ culture for every mine site and every employee, every single day.” Mr Macfarlane said.

The Lead Indicators workshop will be facilitated by health and safety expert Christian Young and features an impressive line-up of speakers, including advisors to some of Queensland’s largest resources companies.

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Location: QLD PARLIAMENTARY ANNEXE - PREMIER’S HALL, 2A GEORGE ST, BRISBANE CITY
Time: 09:00
Nov 30

Qld Resources Industry’s Lead Indicators Workshop

The Queensland Resources Council and the Commissioner for Resources Safety and Health, proudly presents the 2021 Queensland resources industry’s lead indicators workshop.
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The Queensland Resources Council and the Commissioner for Resources Safety and Health, proudly presents the 2021 Queensland resources industry’s lead indicators workshop.

Date | Tuesday, 30 November 2021

Time | 9am – 3pm

Attend In-person | Queensland Parliamentary Annexe – Premiers Hall, 2A George Street, Brisbane City. Please bring along proof of identification for registration to the event.

Attend Online | If you wish to attend online, please advise when prompted in your registration form. A link will be emailed to you before the workshop to join the session.

Leading health and safety professionals working in Qld’s resources sector are invited to attend an upcoming Lead Indicators Workshop, which is being held to fill the gap created by the Covid-related postponement on the 2021 Qld Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference.

The workshop will focus industry attention on leading practice approaches to health and safety across Qld’s resources sector and will feature an impressing line up of expert presenters, followed by a workshop themed ‘Future focus areas and practical takeaways’. Excitingly, the workshop will be facilitated by internationally renowned health and safety executive, Christian Young.

Limited in-person spaces available, book now!Tue., 30 November 2021

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Location: Queensland Parliament 2A George Street Brisbane City, QLD 4000
Time: 09:00
Dec 02

Gladstone Engineering Alliance

Drop the tools, take some time away from work and celebrate with us at our annual GEA Christmas drinks at the Gladstone Yacht Club
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It’s that time of year again.

Drop the tools, take some time away from work and celebrate with us at our annual GEA Christmas drinks at the Gladstone Yacht Club on
Thursday, 2 December 2021 at 5 – 7PM.

Join the GEA team for an afternoon of networking, nibbles and drinks by the water as we look back and celebrate 2021, the year that delivered a lot of exciting news for the time ahead.

For more information or to register your interest for this event contact the GEA team on (07) 4972 9060 or email info@gea.asn.au.

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Location: Gladstone Yacht Club
Time: 17:00
Jul 06

2022 Developing Northern Australia Conference

Join Change-Makers Advancing Australia’s North
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The Developing Northern Australia Conference continues to grow every year, along with the national momentum for achieving better economic, social, and environmental outcomes for the north and its people.

Related: For more information go to northaust.org.au

It is that one regular opportunity for northern Australians and their supporters from across the nation and the world to come together to celebrate progress and to refine strategic efforts.

It’s the place where multiple connections are made east to west, north to south, and from the north to the wider world. It is also the place where deals are done and where partnerships for business, research, investment, and problem solving emerge.

Importantly, it also enables strong Indigenous and other important voices from across the north to come together to share stories across diverse themes such as investment, health, defence, workforce and industry development and natural resource management.

The conference also provides the premier annual opportunity for everyone to have a real input into the policy and program thinking of the Commonwealth, State and Territory Governments.

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Location: Mackay Entertainment & Convention Centre, Mackay QLD
Time: 09:00

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