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Workshops will be held around the country to help businesses use the R&D tax incentive

Workshops for R&D Incentive

Around the country, AusIndustry and the Australian Tax Office will be holding a series of workshops explaining how companies can take advantage of a new research and development tax incentive. Read more »
Hundreds of quarry workers in Queensland and Tasmania will receive training under the Critical Skills Investment Fund program

Hundreds of quarry workers to be up-skilled

Over 60 workers at nine Queensland quarries and 550 workers in the Tasmanian mining, quarrying and civil construction industries will receive significant up-skilling and training in $28 million worth of funding from the Federal Government. Read more »
Many workers don't realise they have an existing eye problem, which further increases their chances of eye injury

Optometrists urge vigilance on eye safety

With more than half of all eye injuries occurring at work, Australian optometrists are urging quarry operators and miners to be more vigilant with eye safety. Read more »
Boral was lauded for its adoption of a comprehensive environment and stakeholder management approach by the CCAA

Environment and Safety champs honoured

Boral Construction Materials’ efforts to change the wider community’s perceptions of the quarrying industry have been recognised at the first-ever Cement Concrete and Aggregates Australia (CCAA) Queensland Environment Health and Safety Awards. Read more »
ACE Queensland is set to open its doors in October 2012

ACE Queensland for October 2012

It’s still a while off yet, but the Queensland Branch of the Construction Mining and Equipment Industry Group, the Construction and Mining Equipment Association, is urging quarry industry members to mark the date in their diary for the Australian Construction Equipment Expo in Queensland next year. Read more »
120 Komatsu customers from Australia and New Zealand, along with a dozen media representatives, had the opportunity to operate and evaluate the hybrid excavator in digging conditions.

BOOTS-ON for hybrid excavator

Komatsu Australia used a training and customer programme in the Hunter Valley for the launch of its new 20-tonne hybrid excavator. As Damian Christie reports, the new hybrid technology could be significant for quarry operators in the next 12 months and beyond. Read more »
National Safe Work Australia Week is coming up in October

Safe Work Australia Week coming up

Safe Work Australia is encouraging employers and employees to gear up for the seventh annual National Safe Work Australia Week this October in an effort to reduce workplace accidents that result in injury – even death. Read more »
A fantastic lineup is in store at IQA's conference in the Hunter Valley this October

Talking resource challenges in the Hunter

Institute of Quarrying Australia President David Cilento is looking forward to next month’s IQA annual conference at the Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley, from 12 to 15 October. Read more »

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