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Maintaining Motivation & Resilience

BlueScope is committed to supporting and promoting Diversity. Its success is built on its people.

We understand that the range of perspectives that result from having a diverse and inclusive workplace will strengthen BlueScope’s capability for continued and sustained business success. A diverse and inclusive workplace will ensure that we have a better business, a better place to work, and a better future for all of us, our customers and our communities.”

The journey to Diversity remains a constant challenge for BlueScope.  Maintaining focus on this commitment in a volatile business environment with competing priorities requires a motivated and resilient workplace.

Join us on this journey as three diverse speakers from BlueScope tell their stories and share insights, learnings and strategies. Hear how you can challenge yourself to be more motivated and stay resilient in your own career!

A site tour of the BlueScope Wingfield Service Centre will also be offered (limited places) and will include:

  • Feed coil & long products receipt and dispatch
  • Coil processing
  • Aluminium warehousing and picking
  • Logistics processes

All visitors to the site must wear fully enclosed closed shoes.  Additional PPE requirements apply for tour participants.

Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.

Topic:    Maintaining Motivation & Resilience

Learning Priority:    Personal Courage & Confidence

Date:    Tuesday 25 October, 2016

Time:     1:00 – 2:00 pm   Site tour BlueScope Wingfield Service  Centre

2:00 – 4:00 pm Quick Bites event (Afternoon tea will be provided)

RSVP:   21 October, 2016


Lisa Dent National Manager Marketing and Market Development, BlueScope

Benjamin Nicholson Processing and Logistics Manager SA, BlueScope

Katie Tully  Team Leader Ore Preparation, Port Kembla Steelworks, BlueScope

PPE Requirements:

  1. Closed shoes (completely covering the feet) must be worn. Steel capped shoes will allow greater access to production processes.
  2. Safety helmet – can bring your own but not YELLOW.
  3. High visibility vest – can bring your own but must be Day/Night reflective.
  4. Helmet and vest can be provided if they don’t have one.
  5. Safety Glasses and Ear Plugs will be provided.


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