CSQ to provide Curtis Island training

According to the Observer, CSQ said the contract will provide funding to help the workers obtain their workplace health and safety license for operating bulldozers, graders, excavators and scrapers.The license would allow the workers to work unsupervised on the construction of the processing plant, and CSQ said training would take 80-100 hours.“By investing in training we are providing opportunities for people to build their skills and make a long term contribution to Gladstone’s construction industry,” CSQ chief executive Brett Schimming said.“CSQ is the central point of contact for the CSG/LNG industry, providing assistance and advice or training, upskilling and funding for construction projects in the industry.”In the next month, CSQ expects to tie up a number of contracts to fund training for contractors directly involved in the construction phase of the CSG/LNG industry in Queensland.

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