Friday 23rd Jul, 2021

Designs revealed for Kalgoorlie TAFE campus

A new $7 million trades workshop aims to expand training for plant mechanic and engineering trades, to support the workforce…
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The Directors of Kerman Contracting: (left to right) Chris Kerman, Mark Nagle, Mike Kerman, Peter Kerman, John Griffiths and at the front founder and non-executive Chairman Brian Kerman.

Kerman Contracting celebrates 40th birthday

Kerman Contracting is celebrating its 40th anniversary of business this year, having grown from building water slides to large agricultural,…
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WA TAFE builds belt splicing training workshop

Construction is underway on a belt splicing workshop at North Metropolitan TAFE’s Midland campus in Perth, WA. The training facility…
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ASBSH Member Profile: Andrew Grima

In each issue, ABHR profiles a member of the Australian Society for Bulk Solids Handling (ASBSH). We speak to Andrew…
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Leap Australia offers free training course

Engineers that design maintain and operate conveying systems often face problems such as conveyor run-off and spillage, dust emissions, build-up…
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The Queensland Government has appointed three additional mine inspectors and another chief inspector as the resources industry responds to recent mine-related tragedies.

NSW invests record funding into safe workplaces

Record amounts of funding will be invested into improving safety and well-being in New South Wales workplaces, enhancing the physical…
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In each issue, ABHR profiles a member of the Australian Society for Bulk Solids Handling (ASBSH). We speak to Shane Evans, a Mechanical Engineer at engineering services company Worley.

ASBSH Member Profile: Shane Evans

In each issue, ABHR profiles a member of the Australian Society for Bulk Solids Handling (ASBSH). We speak to Shane Evans, a Mechanical Engineer at engineering services company Worley.

The Queensland Government has appointed three additional mine inspectors and another chief inspector as the resources industry responds to recent mine-related tragedies.

NSW seeks feedback on mental health guidelines

The New South Wales Government is seeking feedback on proposed guidelines to promote mentally healthy workplaces.