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UPCOMING EVENTS GEA June Industry Update Luncheon
SOCIAL PICS Inspiring Women in Industry Conference
Member of the month
Inspiration, Ideas and Innovation at the GEA Women’s Conference On Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 May over 100 delegates and 13 leaders from a broad range of sectors including engineering, entertainment, business, psychology, mining, oil and gas, government, non-profit, law, and media gathered at the Gladstone Entertainment Centre Marquee for two days of interactive workshops, covetable professional advice and valuable networking. The first day of programming examined several key themes relating to how the world we live in shapes our work and our lives, and how we as individuals respond to the demands and pressures of daily life in today’s fast-paced world. Celebrated Australian actress and comedian Julia Morris opened the conference with gusto as she gave attendees an insightful, thoughtful and hilarious insight into striking that illusive “work/life balance”. Attendees participated in an innovative group exercise that examined the concepts of organisations and the people, personalities and dynamics that make them tick, and encouraged participants to explore how we as individuals are influenced by the various social and organisational structures that we live and work within. A panel discussion featuring some of Australia’s best legal, political and business minds examined some of the social and organisational structures that can prevent women from reaching their full potential and offered ways that we as individuals and the organisations we work for can implement strategies to achieve change and a more equitable workforce.
Thursday’s speakers stressed the importance of embracing one’s natural talents and letting them shine to light the way along one’s career path. Participants learnt how flexibility is at the core of success and that resilience and determination can be mustered even at the most difficult times. Thursday’s keynote speaker was award-winning business woman and former CEO of Ella Baché, Karen Matthews, who was instrumental in the complete restructure of the Ella Baché brand and the organisation itself in the early noughties. Karen urged delegates to consider their personal vision and direction in answering the question “What is Your Headline?” Karla Way McPhail, a former teacher, shared how she launched her company after years in another seemingly unrelated field, yet had a business idea and drew from her core strengths and talents to make her company a success. Specialist high performance consultant Alastair Rylatt urged delegates to be their own biggest fan, and broke down the finer points of self promotion and how to make the most of mentors and sponsors. Sue Chase, Managing Director and Owner of Cowell Electric, shared how she risked everything to save her family business, whilst grieving for her husband who died unexpectedly in an accident and raising two young children.
On Wednesday afternoon Linda Ray, Jillian Kingsford Smith and Tash Fee took a more personal look at how we respond to the demands and pressures of life and work, exploring the concepts of focus, attention, productivity and how to prioritise in order to live one’s best life.
Founder and Executive Director of the Pyjama Foundation Bronwyn Sheehan started with a simple idea – to bring literacy skills and a love of learning to children in foster care, who would otherwise miss out on such childhood joys. Bronwyn shared her story of what is possible for one person to achieve through passion and sheer determination.
While day one got us thinking about the over-arching influences that shape our work and our lives, the second day of programming got us thinking about where we fit into the big picture. Participants were encouraged to turn inwardly and focus on themselves as individuals. The sessions pushed participants to reflect on their strengths, weaknesses and how their own feelings translate to create an image of themselves that is projected to those around them.
By the end of day two delegates had thoroughly examined how they perceive, promote and plan for their lives and acknowledged the power they each hold to shape their best life, completing their two-day journey of inspiration and professional and personal development. However, this was merely the beginning of an exciting voyage of discovery, growth and lifelong learning.
Julia Morris opens the 2013 GEA Inspiring Women in Industry Conference
GEA Project Officer Jennifer Day Sully facilitates the panel discussion with Kathy Hirschfeld, Yolanda Beattie, Roberta Madden and Darren White
Photos courtesy of Katrina Elliott Photography
Safety Moment When it comes to electrical safety, there is no such thing as a little bit dangerous When we pick up a power tool or turn on an electrical appliance, unless it carries an up-to-date test tag, we are making an assumption about its safety. We learn from experience, we use appliances all day every day, and the more electrical items we use without incident, the more complacent we become.
Electrical safety testing detects faults that can be the root causes of:
10% of dangerous appliances show no visible fault.
You can help to keep your employees and family safe from electrical shock or electrical fire by having your electrical appliances inspected, tested and tagged. Annual testing of your RCD (safety switch) will also ensure its effectiveness in the event of an accident.
Electrical appliance test and tag can detect even the smallest breakdown of insulation and gives advanced warnings before an item is dangerous.
Electrocution (causing death)
Electric shock (causing injury)
ABS Release Regional Population Growth 2011-12 The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released regional population growth figures for 2011 – 2012.
Components of Population Change •
Estimated resident population •
As at 30 June 2012, the estimated resident population of Gladstone Regional Local Government Area (LGA) was 61, 170 persons. The annual growth rate in the region between 2011 and 2012 was 3%.
Population projections •
Population projections indicate that by 2016 the expected population of Gladstone Regional LGA will be 74, 459 persons.
By 2013, this is expected to be 111,690 persons.
In the year to 30 June 2011 in Gladstone Regional LGA, natural increase as a component of population change increased by 638 persons, compared with assumed net migration which increased by 711 persons.
Building Approvals •
There were 1,350 new dwelling approvals in Gladstone Regional LGA over the 12 months ending 31 December 2012.
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Information Night You are invited to attend an EXCLUSIVE Information Night about an upcoming Workers Accommodation Village located in Calliope. Venue: Jamaica Blue Cafe, Shop 083 Corner Dawson Highway & Phillip Street Date: 6 June 2013 Time: 6.30pm Duration: 2 hours (maximum) Dress Code: Open VOTG are holding an exclusive information night for all Industry Leaders requiring accommodation for their FIFO/DIDO workforce. This informal, relaxed event will provide you with exclusive information on the village, the benefits of staying with community investment, lease options, and more. You will also have the opportunity to share ideas, personal experiences, and lessons learnt with other attendees during our open network session following the presentation.
Don’t Miss This Exclusive Opportunity!! RSVP: By 5pm 31 May 2013 Visit www.villageonthegreen.com.au and complete the online registration form, or call 0451 993972 for further information. Catering Provided: Canapés and Light Refreshments (soft drink, beer, wine, and hot beverages of your choice). You will have the opportunity to personally speak with the Directors of VOTG and their partners. All guests will receive a deluxe golf gift bag and have the chance to win a $100 Gift Voucher to use at Jamaica Blue.
Member of the Month Toxfree Toxfree is one of Australia’s leading integrated waste management and industrial service providers. The company’s core values of safety, reliability and sustainability underpin a commitment to offer customers the safest, most reliable and sustainable waste management solutions possible. A national network of waste management facilities and treatment technologies ensures Toxfree can provide innovative and sustainable waste management solutions for all types of waste including commercial, household, industrial, construction and hazardous waste. Toxfree’s range of onsite industrial services include industrial cleaning, vacuum loading, contaminated site remediation, high pressure water jetting, tank cleaning, non-destructive digging, emergency response services and disaster recovery. With over 30 facilities nationally and employing a team of over 800 people, Toxfree has a portfolio of treatment technologies and technical expertise to enable the cost effective remediation and treatment of a broad range of solid, liquid, industrial and hazardous waste. Toxfree’s Gladstone branch has been servicing the APLNG
waste contract on Curtis Island for the past 16 months and has recently been successful in winning a contract to conduct industrial services for the Queensland Alumina Limited’s Alumina Refinery based in Gladstone. Toxfree value being a member of the GEA and enjoy many benefits, in particular attending technical workshops and networking functions, and keeping informed about the expanding industrial growth in the Gladstone region. Servicing over 20,000 customers nationally, Toxfree provides solutions for some of Australia’s leading businesses and government organisations throughout Australia.
Toxfree’s Gladstone team. L-R Eddie Bate, Richard Duff, Carla Pirie and Lance McKay
GEA June Industry Update Luncheon presented by HomeGround Gladstone Tuesday 4 June “Practical Tools for Thinking Differently & Achieving Success” Following on from Howard Thomas’ sold-out LNG market analysis, join us in June to discover how your business can become more focused, more strategic, and more innovative. The key to thriving in the highly competitive resources market in Central Queensland is thinking differently. This session will arm you with practical tools to become more adaptable and harness opportunities for success throughout the LNG boom and beyond. Featuring keynote presentation by celebrated mind coach and co-author of ‘Wired for Life’, Martina Sheehan. Hosted at workforce accommodation village, HomeGround Gladstone, this luncheon also offers a fantastic opportunity to see the leading-edge services and facilities at HomeGround for yourself.
GEA Charity Golf Day presented by Projects Unlimited – Friday 19 July Held at the Gladstone Golf Course, the charity golf day and will see over 100 GEA members and friends hitting the green for a fun day of networking and friendly competition. Presented by Projects Unlimited, proceeds from this year’s event will be donated to Roseberry Community Services. Team registration opens Monday 3 June. You could win a brand new Toyota Corolla Hatch!
Dates for your diary •
GEA Member2Member Function presented by CQ Digital Solutions – Tuesday 25 June
GEA September Industry Update Luncheon presented by ANZ - Tuesday 17 September | Tickets on sale Tuesday 20 August
GEA Industry Conference presented by Golding Contractors - Wednesday 23 & Thursday 24 October | Tickets on sale Monday 22 July
2013 GEA Industry Gala Dinner - Thursday 24 October | Tickets on sale Monday 22 July
For more information about all GEA events www.gea.asn.au/Events
Research@CQUniversity You are invited to come along and help us celebrate 35 years of CQUniversity Gladstone with our Research@CQUniversity day on Wednesday, 5 June from 11:45 am until 6.30 pm. For details on the timetabled presentations scheduled throughout the day and other features, visit www.cqu.edu.au/research/event.
Profile Celebrated mind coach to keynote GEA Industry Luncheon Renowned mind mentor and co-author of ‘Wired for Life’ and the best selling range of Mind Gardener® resources, Martina Sheehan, will keynote the Gladstone Engineering Alliance (GEA) Industry Update Luncheon on Tuesday 4 June at word-class workforce accommodation village, HomeGround Gladstone. Following on from Howard Thomas’ sold-out LNG market analysis, GEA members and friends will discover how their business can become more focused, more strategic and more innovative. The key to thriving in the highly competitive resources market in Central Queensland is thinking differently. This session will arm attendees with the practical tools to become more adaptable and harness opportunities for success throughout the LNG boom and beyond. Martina is a passionate believer in changing one’s thinking as a critical factor for success. Along with business partner Susan Pearse, she has been showing organisations, leaders and teams how to do this for over 15 years, working with many significant private and public sector businesses across Australia. Their Conscious Leadership Program was recently awarded the highest honour in the Energex Supplier Quality Awards. Martina will shed light on how to use the latest research on the brain to think differently about innovation, change, performance and success. The luncheon will also include a case study presentation by global provider of intelligent valve and gas turbine solutions, Score Group plc, who will share their experience in developing an innovative new employee training program that was implemented across the organisation. Hosted at HomeGround Gladstone, luncheon attendees will have the opportunity to experience the leading-edge services and facilities available at the workforce accommodation village, located just 20 minutes west of Gladstone.
The luncheon will be held from 11:30am on Tuesday 4 June 2013 at HomeGround Gladstone. GEA Members $70 / Non-Members $100 To register please contact GEA on 07 4972 9060 or www.gea.asn.au
Are you a small or medium sized business? Is your business well structured and planned? If you are not sure about the answer, you need some advice. The good news is the advice could be free. GTC Financial is helping businesses to avail the government grant offered by Federal Government for small and medium businesses. Enterprise Connect, an organisation that was set up by the Federal Government, is offering free business reviews for eligible businesses. After the review, if the business decides to pursue the
recommendations it will pay half the cost of hiring an external consultant to implement the business improvement changes up to $20,000 excluding GST. Sounds like a great opportunity? We think so! That is why we are prepared to help you determine your eligibility and complete the application process form for free.
If you operate in one of the following industries: • Manufacturing or manufacturingrelated services • Resources Technology • Defence • Clean Technology • Creative Industries • Remote Australia • Tourism • Information and Communications Technology (ICT) • Professional Services • Transport (Freight) and Logistics
Join us at our lunch seminar to learn more about the process, eligibility criteria and how this business review may also help you in preparing for ISO 9001 certification. Guest speakers: Andrew Harvey – Business Advisor, Enterprise Connect Carli Hobbs – General Manager, Gladstone Engineering Alliance DATE: Tuesday 28 May 2013 VENUE: Gladstone Regional Library, 39 Goondoon Street, Gladstone TIME: 11:45am networking for a 12:00 noon start
RSVP: email@example.com | 07 4972 5177 If you are unsure about which industry your business belongs to, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 07 4972 5177. Do not miss this exciting opportunity!
Project Update Gladstone Steel Plant Project This month Gladstone Engineering Alliance partnered with Boulder Steel to stage three information sessions for members with an interest in design, engineering, construction and maintenance opportunities for the Gladstone Steel Plant Project. On Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 May over 40 GEA members had the opportunity to meet with Boulder Steel to discuss the intended construction delivery model for the proposed $4 billion project. Members will have significant opportunities to form consortia to deliver eight main construction packages in addition to longer term maintenance contracts in operations.
The proposed Gladstone Steel Plant
Western Basin Dredging and Disposal Project complete at this stage, is a 13 metre deep channel up to the APLNG site on Curtis Island as well as completing the swing basins for APLNG and GLNG. “So at the moment out of our total scope of work there is a bit less than six million cubic metres remaining for the LNG project. The Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal dredging was completed in February this year. Castor dredge
The Western Basin Dredging and Disposal Project (WBDDP) is coming into the home stretch with dredging expected to be completed in September 2013, 15 months ahead of schedule. The Western Basin dredging project will increase port access by deepening, widening and creating new shipping channels with depths of up to 13 metres to allow vessels to enter and exit the Western Basin.
“At this stage it looks like we will be finished the project by the end of August or early September this year which puts us about 15 months ahead of schedule.” As at 13 May 2013, approximately 16.2 million cubic metres has been removed by dredging the Western Basin, which is approximately 62% of the total 26 million cubic metres. Approximately 11.8 million cubic metres has been deposited inside the reclamation zone at Fisherman’s Landing with approximately 4.4 million cubic metres deposited at the East Banks disposal site.
The GEA spoke with the WBDDP Leader Peter O’Sullivan about where the project currently sits in terms of progress. “The WBDDP is looking to complete the dredging well ahead of schedule,” Mr O’Sullivan said. “Recently we’ve completed the works associated with opening up the channel for export LNG vessels and the swing basin for the QCLNG site on Curtis Island. “What that means is that the only two remaining parcels of work to
WBDDP Leader Peter O’Sullivan
Wrap Up GEA Tender Readiness Program GEA’s business training offers a range of dynamic and practical training programs to help members’ businesses succeed and grow. Stage 3 of the GEA Tender Readiness Program wrapped up last month with the final two workshops of the program. Participants learnt how to create effective capability statements as well as tender design, developing tender templates and persuasive communication techniques at the Marketing L-R: Workshop participants Steve Bugden (Diversified Mining Services), for Tender and Business Workshop on Tuesday 16 April. Rachel Ward (McCosker Contracting) and Rhonda McGarry (Budget) A final workshop on Tuesday 23 April gave participants an understanding of contractual fundamentals to achieve on-time payments and avoid disputes. Workshop participants found the sessions invaluable and benefitted from learning to take a holistic approach to the tender process.
Congratulations! Jacqueline Nagle
GEA member and Lacoa Chief Executive Jacqueline Nagle has been nominated for the 2013 Telstra Business Women’s Awards! Jacqueline is a valued member of the GEA and in 2012 successfully delivered the Gladstone Engineering Alliance Recruit and Retain Project Workshop Series. Congratulations Jacqueline and good luck!
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GEA Inspiring Women in Industry Conference Wednesday 15 & Thursday 16 May 2013, Gladstone Entertainment Centre Marquee
Conference MC Kathy Hirschfeld
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Onsite Rental Groupâ€™s Darren Parker and Joanne McCallum with Julia Morris
Jody McMullen (Bechtel Australia), Marette Kiernan (Harvey Road Tavern), Leanne Crane (Bechtel Australia), Nicola Whyte-Moffat and Stephen Clark (both Elevate Media)
GEA Inspiring Women in Industry Conference Cocktail Party presented by Prime Rentals Wednesday 15 May 2013, Harvey Road Tavern
GEA General Manager Carli Hobbs with Nicola Kelbie (Cement Australia) and Jacqueline Nagle (Lacoa).
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