Looking out for your mates

Looking out for your mates

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Up front//September 20, 2018

Roads & Infrastructure Magazine speaks to Jorgen Gullestrup about his journey from being a high school drop-out to a founder of lifesaving organisation MATES in Construction.

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Initiatives to deliver skilled workforce for TAS infrastructure pipeline

Initiatives to deliver skilled workforce for TAS infrastructure pipeline

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 10, 2018

Two new initiatives are being introduced to help provide the skills to meet demand in delivering Tasmania’s 10-year infrastructure pipeline.

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New partnership to support good mental health on construction sites

New partnership to support good mental health on construction sites

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 05, 2018

The Black Dog Institute and Target Tradies have partnered to deliver positive mental health messaging across Australian construction sites.

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Changing expectations: the future of robotics in construction

Changing expectations: the future of robotics in construction

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Up front//August 28, 2018

With the launch of a new national roadmap for robotics in Australia, Roads & Infrastructure Magazine explores the role robotics has to play in Australia’s infrastructure future and the benefits the technology brings.

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Additional funding for MATES in Construction

Additional funding for MATES in Construction

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 24, 2018

The Queensland Government is providing $1 million to help MATES in Construction expand its suicide prevention program to rural and remote areas within the state.

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Tradies take better care of their tools than health – new research

Tradies take better care of their tools than health – new research

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 01, 2018

Australian tradies are almost twice as likely to take good care of their tools as their bodies despite having one of the highest injury rates of any occupation, according to research from the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

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