RESOURCEFUL

November 2021

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

Browse our latest stories below.

Applauding a career built in North West Queensland’s rich mineral province

Applauding a career built in North West Queensland’s rich mineral province

The active pursuit of improving and sustaining safety performance has been a core value for Queensland Metals’ Maryann Wipaki who has received the highest award for Australian women in resources.

Historic rail milestone for Queensland Metals

Historic rail milestone for Queensland Metals

A significant investment in a fleet of trains heralds a new era for the transportation of metal products for Glencore’s copper and zinc operations in Queensland.

MICO jump on the automation train

MICO jump on the automation train

Mount Isa Copper Operations have brought Sandvik’s Automine® system online to deliver major safety, efficiency and productivity improvements to the operations.

Joining forces to lift COVID-19 vaccination rates in North West Queensland

Joining forces to lift COVID-19 vaccination rates in North West Queensland

Queensland Metals is partnering with north-west health services to support the national COVID-19 vaccine rollout.

Big payoffs for the Copper Smelter

Big payoffs for the Copper Smelter

The Copper Smelter metallurgy and operations teams have implemented initiatives to reduce unplanned downtime related to the waste heat boiler.

Mount Isa Mines brings new energy to isolation training

Mount Isa Mines brings new energy to isolation training

A new custom isolation rig is providing specialised training to enhance the skills and safety of workers at Mount Isa Mines.

Bracing for another wetter than usual rainy season

Bracing for another wetter than usual rainy season

Glencore’s Queensland Metals is prepped and set for the upcoming wet season as North Queensland catches an early start to the rain.

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