The theme for the 27th National Conference is ‘Research into Practice.’ Held at the 5 star Pullman Hotel in Melbourne’s CBD the event will span three days (30th August – 2nd September) allowing industry-leading stakeholders to share their innovative research in areas such as materials, construction and design.
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The Concrete Pumping Association of Australia is your industry body which seeks to represent the interests of concrete pumpers, manufacturers, suppliers and associated stakeholders. An important part of our role is ensuring that Association members are kept abreast of industry developments, workplace safety and regulation.
Following the Expo, the Association conducted a post event survey to obtain feedback from sponsors, advertisers and participants about what changes we could implement. The results of the survey highlighted overwhelming support for some changes to the current layout and execution.
The Association has received reports of spam emails being received by members, following the re-launch of the Association’s website. Member contact details listed in the Member Directory, similar to the previous website, are listed so members can be contacted, but your privacy is important.
The 2014 National Expo & Picnic Weekend was held at the International Dragway, Eastern Creek, NSW, on Sunday 26th October 2014. Hosted by the Concrete Pumping Association of Australia (CPAA), participants had access to:
Showcasing the recent 2014 National Expo and Picnic, the Annual Magazine is filled with updates from across the concrete pumping industry over 2014. Over 1,250 copies have ben printed and posted this month to members and non-members of the Assoication.
Launching this year, the Association is introducing a Premium grade vinyl stickers designed to meet Australian Standards labelling requirements and Australia's harsh climate and operating conditions.
Safe Work Australia has recently re-written a number of Guidance Material Codes to make the key concepts of the Workplace Health & Safety Act 2011 (Cth) easier to navigate for small business owners.
As of Friday 18th July 2014, 12 new Codes of Practice were implemented to improve safety in NSW workplaces. These new codes are part of the harmonization of the 2012 Work Health & Safety legislation by seeking to replace a number of those pre-existing, including: