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Are your plant operators using a checklist for pre-start up plant checks? Find out how to order daily inspection books from CCF NSW.
Civil Train NSW is now using a new delivery model for Certificate II, III and IV courses using cutting-edge technology. Find out how the virtual ‘live’ classroom connects the trainer with participants from all over NSW. Best of all, the new 2013 Model will save your business travel costs and less downtime!
Are you aware of the 2012 changes to NSW worker’s compensation legislation and the impact they have on your business? We have a special offer for CCF NSW Members to ensure you comply with the new law.
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This week we will look at what many are saying is a key difference between the State Infrastructure Strategy 2012-32 (SIS) and the Draft NSW Long-term Transport Plan in relation to options for increasing rail capacity across Sydney Harbour.
In the first week of October, the NSW Government announced Bridges for the Bush but find out what other projects are being put proposed for regional NSW.
The Premier, Barry O’Farrell, announced this week that the NSW Government will be selling $300 million of government property to fund essential infrastructure to unlock new housing supplies.
On 3 October, Infrastructure NSW released the State Infrastructure Strategy 2012-2032, its independent report to the NSW Government on the priority of infrastructure investments and reforms required for NSW. We recommend that Members read the strategy as it identifies planned infrastructure developments over the next five, 10 and 20 years in NSW.
The NSW Government has given planning approval to start building the North West Rail Link, one of the largest infrastructure projects in NSW.
A safety alert has been issued in South Australia after the steering column of an earthmoving loader became disconnected. CCF NSW advises members to check any retro-fitted seating on earthmoving equipment.
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The Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) is the member based representative body of civil engineering contractors in Australia, providing assistance and expertise in contractor development and industry issues.
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As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and the training division of the Civil Contractors Federation, Civil Train offers a variety of training solutions to CCF members and civil contractors nationally.