Finalists in the Women in Resources Tasmania Awards 2020
Finalists across four categories have been announced in the 2020 Women in Resources Tasmania Awards, recognising the contributions and achievements of women in the State’s resources, mining and manufacturing industries.
Winners announced in Women in Resources and Manufacturing Tasmania Awards 2021
Seven outstanding women and men working in Tasmania’s resources, mining and manufacturing sectors have been recognised at the 2021 Women in Resources Tasmania Awards ceremony in Hobart on 2 June.
Finalists Announced – Women in Resources & Manufacturing Tasmania Awards 2021
Finalists across six categories have been announced in the 2021 Women in Resources and Manufacturing Tasmania Awards, recognising the contributions and achievements of women in the State’s resources, mining and manufacturing industries.
Minerals and Manufacturing Sector seeking to ramp up industry inclusion and diversity practices
The Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy Council (TMEC) are proud to be partnering with AusIMM Women in Mining Network Tasmania (WIMnet) for the 8th year in hosting the 2021 Women in Resources and Manufacturing Tasmania Awards.
It is time to tell our story…
TMEC’s Community Engagement Committee has leveraged off Brand Tasmania’s research into what attracts the attention of Tasmanians to commission TMEC’s first foray into informing the community since the highly successful “Take a look at the Big Picture” campaign. Watch the “pitch” here, inviting members who want to become part of the new way to tell our story.
Tasmania Strongly Represented at National Awards
The finalists for the prestigious BHP 2020 Women in Resources National Awards have been announced, featuring 37 inspiring people across six categories including the inaugural Maptek Women in Resources Technological Innovation Award. Tasmania is well represented, with five highly skilled men and women working in the mining and minerals processing industry being recognised among the finalists.
Winners Announced: Women in Resources Tasmania Awards 2020
Five outstanding men and women working in Tasmania’s resources, mining and manufacturing sectors have been recognised at the 2020 Women in Resources Tasmania Awards ceremony in Launceston on 30 July. The annual awards are coordinated by the Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy Council (TMEC) in conjunction with the AusIMM Women in Mining Network Tasmania (WIMnet) to create awareness of the inspirational women working in resources, mining and manufacturing and encourage other women to pursue careers in these Tasmanian industries.
Mining Technology article: Regional Focus Tasmania
Read the June 2020 Mining Technology article by Scarlett Evans in which she speaks with Ray Mostogl, TMEC CEO who says mining is an industry that shows ‘no sign of abatement’ in terms of its contribution to the Tasmanian economy.
Cleaning up the road to Grange’s Savage River site
Jock McCreadie, Maintenance Leading Hand at Grange, often walks the 11 kilometre stretch of Waratah Road after work, picking up bottles and cans mostly. When Grange registered for the Business Clean Up Australia Day event on February 25th the Savage River team could notice the impact of this one man’s effort.
TMEC Annual Report 2018-19
2019 saw us continue to build on our cumulative success from prior years, representing the minerals industry and further consolidating TMEC’s position as a peak body for Tasmania’s manufacturing sector. Consequently, the Board agreed it was time to reflect that positioning in our name and suggests moving from the Tasmanian Minerals & Energy Council to the Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing & Energy Council.