Overseeing the activities and functions of QLD’s building industry regulator, the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC), a new board has been appointed to transition the commission into a customer-focused and insights-driven regulator.
EPA considers change to processing capacity at McConnon’s Quarry
The Tasmanian Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has considered a proposal for a change to processing capacity by B.C. McConnon & J.L. McConnon for McConnon’s Quarry.
Why you need machine guidance in your operations
Eltirus understands the importance of managing and controlling the extraction of resources. One tool that can greatly improve control is the use of machine guidance systems.
Construction industry vital to Qld, says CCAA
The Cement Concrete and Aggregates Australia (CCAA) believes the construction materials sector will play a key role in supporting the vision outlined in the Queensland State Budget.
New Launceston asphalt plant closer to approval
The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has concluded its assessment of a proposal for a new asphalt plant in Launceston, Tasmania.
Keep your cyber security strong
The Victorian Government has urged all sectors, including mining and resources, to establish strong security culture following advice from Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC).
WA resources sector cracks down on alcohol consumption
The Chamber of Minerals and Energy of WA (CME) and its member companies have introduced guidelines to limit alcohol consumption at on-site accommodation facilities across the resources sector.
EnviroSys gets a new lease of life
acQuire has reimagined its environmental data management solution EnviroSys with a new release to improve user experience. Read more
Wind monitor takes off
Ying Hui International has developed a wireless anemometer for wind-speed monitoring to ensure safety and productivity in blustery conditions.
Approvals in Victoria
Victoria’s Earth Resources Regulation has granted work authorities for 14 new quarries for the financial year 2021–22, making another 56.1 million tonnes of reserves available.