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11 May 2005
Chip Goodyear, Chief Executive Officer, addresses the Merrill Lynch Metals, Mining & Steel Conference in Noordwijk aan Zee, the Netherlands.
Essential First Aid Training has carved out a niche in providing crucial first aid training to BHP’s operations in the Pilbara. What started as a part-time endeavour six years ago by Cat Allan, the business owner, has flourished into a full-fledged training provider.
Stage one of the Flat Rocks Wind Farm in Western Australia has hit a project milestone with more than half of the 18 wind turbines now in place.
Head of Strategic Services, Gabrielle Sycamore, is helping to lead the charge towards decarbonisation across our operations in Australia.