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CMEIG E-News November 2019

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Welcome to our quarterly CMEIG E-News. CMEIG has been active reviewing the categories of industry statistics for subscribing members, taking a proactive stance in engaging with mental wellbeing issues, reviewing apprentice training and publishing engineering papers in areas that affect the industry. Forthcoming presentations at our November meeting include on [...]

2019 Auto Skills Churchill Fellowships

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The following two Australians will this month be awarded at Government House ceremonies and celebrated at dinners in both Brisbane and Perth. Auto-Skills Australia Churchill Fellows 2019 Dr Paulo Borges (Queensland):  The Auto Skills Australia Churchill Fellowship to bridge the gap between autonomous vehicles and individuals with mobility difficulties.  Paulo [...]

World Mental Health Day

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The Dukes and Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex have combined to narrate a short film launching the Every Mind Matters to empower people to manage the early symptoms of poor mental health. Watch the video “Every Mind Matters” here. Some facts: According to recent reports from MATES in Construction and PricewaterhouseCoopers, construction [...]

Industrial Relations Round Up – 23 Oct 2019

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From Thomson Geer Lawyers. Please join Andrew Kelly and our team to hear: Wayne Jenkinson, Director Operations - QLD/NSW, Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) discuss recent ABCC court actions and some "do's and don'ts" for managing right of entry and coercion; and Andrew Cardell-Ree, Partner, Thomson Geer, discuss steps you [...]

CMEIG Newsletter September 2019

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The Construction Mining & Equipment Industry Group (CMEIG) is your voice on matters affecting the industry. The advent of the 2019/20 financial year sees industry activity levels supported by sustained Federal & State infrastructure spending coupled with a recovery in mining activity. Read more here: Enews_Express September 2019

Victoria cuts red tape to save small builders millions

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New reforms have been announced to save small builders up to $42.6 million a year in Victoria. The Victorian Government aims to make it easier for owners to understand and meet regulatory obligations. The reforms will help regulators interact better through Small Business Engagement Charters, develop clearer and targeted regulatory [...]

Standards Australia partners with Techstreet to deliver greater access and choice for users of Australian Standards®

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News provided by Techstreet May 30, 2019, 20:00 ET LONDON and PHILADELPHIA, May 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Standards Australia has entered into a new distribution agreement with Techstreet, a Clarivate Analytics company, to deliver greater access to content supporting innovation, safety and compliance in industries and communities across Australia. Under [...]