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The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has expressed its grave concerns for people’s safety as result of ongoing protests by extreme activists in the state’s north. Today’s incident where an activist suspended herself above an Aurizon rail line put that young woman’s life at risk and threatened the well-being of the train crew if the rope was triggered by a passing train and the woman fell to her death.
The 40 apprentices that have started working with BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) in 2018 will not only hit the ground running, they’ll do it safely. BMA’s new apprentice cohort has started a four week work readiness program being run by the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) - the education arm of the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) - at the Coalfield Training Excellence Centre in Moranbah.