This mandatory training for staff managing the administration and enforcement of the removal/disposal of domestic asbestos is provided by the State Government. Please provide your expression of interest for upcoming workshops.
The inquiry will focus on opportunities presented by waste materials, including energy production, innovative recycling approaches and export opportunities, and will also consider current impediments to innovation. Due Friday, 17 January 2020.
A big call out and thumbs up to the magnificent mayors, councillors, local council disaster coordinators, police, volunteer firefighters, and Queensland Fire and Emegency Service (QFES) staff who have been fighting 70- plus fires across Queensland.
We need real outcomes if Queensland’s $20 billion primary production sector is to be effectively supported. Sufficient funding is critical to ensure the ongoing vitality of these industries in our regional communities.
The draft disposal authorisation and guideline will apply to ALL Queensland Public Authorities. Originally developed by State Archives to address issues of child wellbeing, it has been expanded to cover all vulnerable persons. Due 6 December 2019.
The President of the LGAQ, Mayor Mark Jamieson has called on the Member for Capalaba, Don Brown MP, to cease using Parliamentary Privilege to pursue a political agenda against a fellow elected representative, whilst due process runs its course.
This accredited course is perfect for whole of organisation local government staff including senior policy officers, managers and directors and project officers from operational, planning and delivery areas.