In this edition of the eStab newsletter  we review Happenings in AustStab, important dates for 2013 and More Online Resources available from AustStab. We hope that you find it informative, and pass it around to your colleagues.

Auststab Limited
Dear <<First Name>>,

Welcome to the 9th edition AustStab newsletter - eStab.

In January 2013  at AustStab:
  • We took a well earned rest;
  • Continued to prepare for Leah Fisher to step into the Executive Officer role (as discussed in eStab #8);
  • The AustStab CPEE training course was reviewed to incorporate more case studies and tutorials following course feedback;
  • Notified members that the North Sydney office permanently closed; and
  • Continued to work on the association pillars of education, research, promotion and setting standards.

Important Dates for 2013

Please record the following important dates in your calendar for 2013:

  • Monthly newsletter - third Monday of each month at 7am - for the latest happenings at AustStab and important information
  • The training calendar has been published on the website. For more information click here The first four courses on offer are:
February 26, 27 Toowoomba
March 12, 13 Adelaide
March 19, 20 Tamworth
April 9, 10 Alice Springs
  • The annual conference will be held in Queensland on the Gold Coast on 19-21 August 2013
  • Awards of Excellence 2013 entries open 1 May 2013
  • Awards of Excellence 2013 entries close 15 July 2013
  • Awards of Excellence 2013 judging completed 31 July 2013
  • The annual dinner and Awards of Excellence dinner 20 August 2013
     
To email me requesting more information please click here.
 

Member Profile - Government Authorities

AustStab value the continuing membership of the Government Authority members:
  • City of Canning (WA)
  • Department of Main Roads (Queensland)
  • Department of Main Roads (Western Australia)
  • Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Environment (NT)
  • Department of Transport - Roads and Maritime Services (NSW)
  • Southern Grampians Shire (Vic)
  • VicRoads
Government Authority members are invited to participate in general meetings, are invited to comment on technical matters as required and are invited to State Working Groups. AustStab recognises and values the importance of the healthy open lines of communications with these member organisations.

More Information

Online Resources - Construction Tips

AustStab provides the construction tips for students and practitioners to better understand the equipment and procedures that are used in the road stabilisation industry in Australia. Please note the normal copyright rules apply to the Tips and please read the warning on these documents.

The Association is a non-profit organisation sponsored by organisations involved in the stabilisation and road recycling industry in Australia whose purpose is to provide information on the use and practice of pavement stabilisation. The Construction tips are made available for that purpose. Since the information provided is intended for general guidance only and in no way replaces the services of professionals on particular projects, no legal liability can be accepted by the Association for its use.

The Construction tips are regularly reviewed to ensure that they present the most current information. The construction tip currently under review is Profiler versus stabiliser. For more information click here.
 


Sincerely,

Greg White

Chief Executive Officer - AustStab 

 
Promote the stabilisation and road recycling industry • Educate and train people in the industry • Set national standards of performance • Assist and coordinate research

 



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