Industry Links

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LOCAL ORGANISATIONS:

Spring into Collie – Spring into Collie is a promotion to ties events held in Spring all together. Collie has 9 events that are held in Sept till Nov Spring into Collie promotes them all together.

Collie Visitors Centre  – The Visitor Centre can provide extensive information on the region with maps, brochures, and a photographic display. We also have videos on local history, mining and power generation.

Shire of Collie – “Collie – a great place to live, visit and invest!”  Super Town  – Collie

Bunbury-Wellington Economic Alliance – The Bunbury-Wellington Economic Alliance is a local government and local industry partnership that was formed in 1999 to create an independant body to persue economic development in the Bunbury-Wellington area.

Small Business Centre Bunbury-Wellington – The Small Business Centre Bunbury-Wellington provides a free service to new and existing businesses covering the Bunbury, Capel, Collie, Dardanup, Donnybrook-Balinup and Harvey Shires.

Chamber of Minerals & Energy – The role of CME is to champion the Western Australian resources sector and assist it in achieving its vision to lead the world in sustainable practice through innovation and to underpin Australia’s position in the global economy.


STATE GOVERNMENT WEBSITES:

South West Development Commission – The South West Development Commission (SWDC) is a statutory authority of the Western Australian government, with a board of management selected from the community, local governments and ministerial appointments. Their aim is to make the South West region an even greater place to live, work and invest, by partnering with communities, government, business and industry to identify and support projects that benefit the region.

Department of Commerce – The Department of Commerce works with the community to ensure high standards of safety and protection for workers and consumers, and promotes and fosters innovative industries, science and interprise. The department comprises eight divisions: Building Commission; Consumer Protection; Energy Safety; Labour Relations; Science and Innovation; WorkSafe; Corporate Services and the Office of the Director General.

Department of Training & Workforce Development (ApprentiCentre) – ApprentiCentre manages the apprenticeships/traineeship system in Western Australia. They help employers, apprentices/trainees through every stage of their apprenticeship/traineeship.

Department of Environment & Conservation – The Department of Environment & Conservation has the lead responsibility for protecting and conserving the State’s environment on behalf of the people of Western Australia. This includes managing the State’s national parks, marine parks, conservation parks, State forests and timber reserves, nature reserves, marine nature reserves and marine management areas.

WA Industrial Relations Commission – The WA Industrial Relations Commission is an independant tribunal established to deal with industrial matters in Western Australia by conciliation or arbitration. The main objectives of the Commission are to prevent and settle industrial disputes.

WorkCover – WorkCover WA is the government agency responsible for overseeing the workers’ compensation and injury management system in Western Australia. This includes monitoring compliance with theWorkers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981, informing and educating workers, employers and others about workers’ compensation and injury management, and providing an independant dispute resolution system.