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Central QLD Dinner & Technical Meeting
Rockhampton Leagues Club 08/11/2017

Non-Member Price: $80.00; Member Price: $65.00

Members: $65.00  
Non-Members: $80.00

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Date: Wednesday 8th November 2017

Venue: Rockhampton Leagues Club


6.00pm Event Commences Canapes & Bar Tab commence
6.30pm  Welcome by Sub-Branch Chair: Darren Wardle
6.45pm Sponsor Presentation - TBC
7.00pm Dinner & Dessert
7.45pm Presentation by Steve Firth, DNRM:
Respirable crystalline silica matters (presently before Parliament) and what it means to the industry.
Revised MQSH Regulation update, now 2017 and not 2001.
The latest guidelines and guidance notes available for industry on the DNRM website
8.15pm Presentation by Lex Vanderstaay, TMR Director (Engineering Materials) - “Latest developments in Qld crushed rock road pavements”
9.00pm Event concludes
Student Members: please contact Jennifer Milward ( to pay. Cost: $40

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