Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) have officially opened the Fortescue Hive, the company’s newly expanded Integrated Operations Centre (IOC) which utilises the latest technology and brings together the Company’s fully owned and integrated supply chain.

The purpose-built facility includes Fortescue’s planning, operations and mine control teams, together with port, rail, shipp...

There is a perception on the East Coast of Australia that Western Australia’s contribution to the nation’s exports is insignificant in comparison to NSW and Victoria. This could not be further from the truth, Western Australia is, in fact, the number one export State by a considerable margin.

A survey conducted in NSW and Victoria by Painted Dog Research found 51 per ce...

PwC’s Skills for Australia have been developing a new series of autonomous and remote operation units to sit within the RII training package, as identified in the Mining, Drilling and Civil Infrastructure (MDIC) IRC’s Proposed Schedule of Work to support New and Emerging Technologies.

The draft units are out for public review, closing FRIDAY JULY 10, 2020.

Access the d...

The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has awarded three scholarships to women working in Australia’s world-leading minerals industry to help them secure company board positions. The scholarships, valued at $12,000 each, have been awarded to enable the recipients to complete the world-class Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) Company Directors’ Cours...

In partnership with South Metropolitan TAFE (SM TAFE), Rio Tinto will cover course fees for displaced apprentices to complete a recently accredited automation qualification. The qualification will give students the knowledge and skills to work at top-tier automation facilities. 

Rio Tinto have committed of $50,000 to fund the skilling of apprentices displ...

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