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Last Chance to Register: Sustainable Technological Introductions into Mining and Exploration

Don't miss out on this mini masterclass on Thursday 21 February with an expert panel discussing implementing and developing advanced sustainable technological solutions and managing organisational changes.

Date: Thursday 21 February 2019

Time: 4.45pm for 5.00pm start

Venue:
PWC Board Room
Level 23, 480 Queen St
Brisbane

Cost:
All AusIMM Members – $5
Non-Members – $15

Refreshment, canapés and venue kindly provided by PWC

Register Now

 

 


Key Note Speakers are:

What you always wanted to know about “Sustainable Technological Introductions into Mining and Exploration” but were too afraid to ask!

AusIMM Southern Queensland Branch begins 2019 with an expert panel discussing Sustainable Technological Introduction into Mining and Exploration.

Technology is becoming entwined into almost every aspect of mining and exploration operations fundamentally changing the way we do business.
Introducing technology correctly and managing the social impact can assist you in being safer and more productive whilst lowering costs.

The expert panel will draw from their experiences, letting you in on the secrets learnt from may years of working in the industry implementing and developing advanced technological solutions and managing organisational changes.

Dr Sue Keay
Director CSIRO
Data61 Program

 


Dr Carol Bond
Lecturer in Management
UQ Business School


Franz Wentzel
Partner PWC

 

 


Steve Russell
Mining Director
Scott Automation and Robotics


Sponsor

 

 

 


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