RESOURCEFUL

May 2021

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

Browse our latest stories below.

Ernest Henry Mine on the way to safer drill and blasting

Ernest Henry Mine on the way to safer drill and blasting

Ernest Henry Mining is one of the first mines in the world to trial Orica’s Wireless Electronic Blasting System as part of its move to improve safety and production by using innovative drill and blasting processes.

Our Environmental monitoring team - Gone fishing!

Our Environmental monitoring team - Gone fishing!

The ecological sampling of local water catchments and fish gives our waterways an annual health check.

TAFE and local high schools give new life to mining equipment

TAFE and local high schools give new life to mining equipment

TAFE Queensland and local high schools have reaped the rewards of a recent reinvigoration of the Glencore Skills Centre workshop at Mount Isa Mines.

Storing qualifications for the future

Storing qualifications for the future

The Isa Distribution Centre welcomes new expertise with the team’s completion of a Certificate III in Warehousing Operations.

Queensland Metals always looking to partner with local suppliers

Queensland Metals always looking to partner with local suppliers

Investing back into the communities where we operate is important to us. Here we take a look at local supplier, Isadraulics, who’s helping to keep Glencore’s Mount Isa Mines powering forward.

Work experience inspires next gen at Queensland Metals

Work experience inspires next gen at Queensland Metals

Local Mount Isa high school students recently had a taste of what it’s like working in the mining and resources industry gaining experience in a range of roles across Mount Isa Mines.

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