RESOURCEFUL

January 2021

Welcome to the January 2021 edition of Resourceful, the Queensland Metals newsletter.

Browse our latest stories below.

John Fickling acknowledged at the prestigious Queensland Resources Council Indigenous Awards

John Fickling acknowledged at the prestigious Queensland Resources Council Indigenous Awards

John Fickling has great energy and passion to help others succeed and hopes to inspire young Indigenous people to become the best possible version of themselves.

End of an era as Mine Rescue moves to a new base at Mount Isa Mines

End of an era as Mine Rescue moves to a new base at Mount Isa Mines

Since 1969, Mine Rescue has stood at the foot of the R62 headframe but will shortly move to allow for the mining of the Black Rock Cave orebody.

Ernest Henry Mining upgrades Vertimill® cyclone pack

Ernest Henry Mining upgrades Vertimill® cyclone pack

The team at Glencore’s Ernest Henry Mining recently installed longer Vertimill® cyclones to improve safety and enhance copper recovery.

Welcome Vac - Students settle in for Glencore’s summer vacation program

Welcome Vac - Students settle in for Glencore’s summer vacation program

This summer, 54 vacation students have joined our Queensland Metals operations to gain important practical experience in the resource industry.

Bereavement room affords grieving parents privacy to say goodbye

Bereavement room affords grieving parents privacy to say goodbye

The Mount Isa Hospital has a dedicated bereavement room for parents who are grieving the loss of a baby thanks to the Two Little Hummingbirds Foundation and a Glencore grant.

Lead Alliance gets a new look with a 'superhero' touch

Lead Alliance gets a new look with a 'superhero' touch

The Lead Alliance has delivered a fresh new look to help reinvigorate their vital educational programs and initiatives within the Mount Isa community.

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