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The SkillsDMC conference dinner will feature satirist Bryan Dawe as its after dinner speaker.

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Conference to promote future workforce needs

The annual national conference of the national industry skills council for the resources and infrastructure industry - SkillsDMC - will be held at the Westin Sydney on 8 August. Read more »
The IQA's industry awards include the Bradken Hard Hat Award (pictured) for the best contribution promoting advancement of OHS in the quarry industry.

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Applications sought for IQA Awards

The Institute of Quarrying Australia is seeking applications for its annual awards in areas such as OHS, innovation, continuous improvement and environmental management. Read more »
Changes to safety regulations mean you need to understand the new code.

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Workshop on changes to working at heights

Major changes to be made to safety codes of practice for working at heights will be explained at a free workshop in August.
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Queensland believes it already has excellent safety legislation.

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Queensland questions model safety laws

Queensland’s Minister for Natural Resources and Mines Andrew Cripps is not convinced that model national legislation to harmonise mine safety laws across Australia is in the best interests of Queensland’s 58,000 mining workers. Read more »
Women are more likely to seek help for common mental health issues.

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Mental health study a mine of information

A recent study has shown that around 10,000 workers in the minerals industry experience common mental health issues that include anxiety, depression or substance abuse but only about 35 per cent of them actually seek medical advice. Read more »
Hitachi has taken charge of its future by starting its own employment site.

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Hitachi launches careers website

With a skills shortage rife across a range of industries, Hitachi Construction Machinery (Australia) has taken matters into its own hands by starting a new employment-focused website. Read more »


 


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