SA Branch Breakfast

The IQA SA Branch is pleased to announce the upcoming Breakfast with presentations from the Department for Energy & Mining (DEM) and SafeWork SA.

Date: Wednesday 19th May 2021

Venue: Atura Hotel
             Adelaide Airport
             Direction HERE

Time: 7:30am - 9.30am


Guest Presenters:

Paul Thompson, AIQ | Department for Energy & Mining (DEM) 

  • Guideline Project & Mining Regulations Update

Shelley Rowett and Luke Brammy, MIQ | SafeWork SA

  • SWSA Mining RCS Campaign


IQA Members: 
IQA Member's Partners:  $33.00
Non-Members:   $44.00



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19/05/2021 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Cen. Australia Standard Time
Atura Hotel Adelaide Airport SA AUSTRALIA
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Cen. Australia Standard Time

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