The Gympie Convention Centre on 13 February is the venue and date for the latest in the series of “Business is different now” workshops by the Australian Forest Contractors Association, ForestWorks ISC and Timber Queensland. Source: Timberbiz
“Business is different now, so to accommodate the ever changing issues that surround your business the need to manage change and do things differently has never been greater.
“AFCA, ForestWorks ISC and Timber Queensland have put together a range of presentations that are very relevant to how you comply, profit and move forward in an always challenging business climate,” said AFCA CEO Col McCulloch.
The Gympie workshop will run from 11am to 5pm followed by the AFCA/Timber Queensland industry dinner in conjunction with Foundation Partners: Komatsu Forest, Waratah Attachments, Tigercat, Onetrak, John Deere and Hitachi.
The workshops show how the chain of responsibility works for your business as well as those who make decisions on how and where you operate.
It will assist with compliance and how is recorded for the best interests of your business in the advent of a catastrophe.
Presenters include Michael Hartman, CEO, ForestWorks ISC, Dallas Frost, principle director, Crowe Howarth Launceston and Nick Malloy, Easdowns Business Specialists.
A Q & A session will have Rod McInnes CEO Timber Queensland, Colin McCulloch CEO AFCA, Aiden Taylor GMT Logging Pty, Isla Robertson Hancock Queensland, Mark Blackberry Sunchip Transport and a sawmilling sector representative.
The cost is $85 per person for the workshop and dinner.
Contact Colin McCulloch on 0418 135 336 or Denise DeBattista on 03 6343 3398 or [email protected] by 31 January 2014 to advise your attendance.