Materials handling company achieves record safety

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 26 Jul 2012   Posted by admin

FORMALISED as a subdivision of Qube Ports and Bulk in April 2012, Qube Bulk operates materials handling facilities for the bulk market.
Its recent operations in WA have involved the management of bulk materials handling and port facilities at Utah Point, Port Hedland, Geraldton and Bunbury.
The Qube Bulk team has a solid skill base and strong safety values centering on a zero harm policy.
The company recently achieved a workplace health and safety milestone that few others in the industry have attained: its Utah Point operations in far north WA achieved more than 365 days without injury. In order to reach this
safety record, Qube Bulk launched one of the industry’s most detailed workplace health and safety plans.
By engaging employees and training them to unite under the zero harm policy, Qube Bulk has made its goal an actuality.
Qube Bulk is also committed to introducing real innovations across its industry by encouraging its team to think outside the box.
One of the company’s recent developments is the Rotabox. This system was developed to increase efficiencies in ship loading and product management, while enhancing sustainability for the mining sector.
The sector has been adopting the system and its use is rising. The revolutionary technology will soon be in full operation at the world’s largest port, Port Hedland, as well as at Townsville in North Queensland.
Qube Bulk faces a bright future with its strong commitment to safety, and an ongoing focus on innovation and delivery of optimum solutions.

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