September Meeting Point out now

September NewsAMCouncil September e-news is out now, packed with all the latest and greating AMCouncil happenings and news from the past month, including the link to a great article by Martin Kerr on Change and Disruption, Resilience through your Asset Management System. Check your inboxes to read all the latest or view it here.

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AMCouncil Waterbottle crosses the Nullarbor

AMC Nullarbor2AMCouncil member, Mark Mackenzie, is currently taking part in the Ride for Compassion Coast to Coast, cycling over 4,300 kilometres across Australia from Perth to Newcastle, raising money for Highly Vulnerable Children in doing so. He is currently in Ceduna having ridden about 2,500km so far. Lycopodium, the sponsors of the AMPEAK16 water bottles will be pleased to know that one has sustained Mark as he has traversed across the Nullarbor. It has been a hard ride enduring a few constant days of strong winds. Mark hopes to finish around October 17th and we look forward to his next update. You can still support Mark in this great cause by visiting here.

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Fastrack your way from CSAM -> CPEng

fasttrackChanges to Australia’s Authorised Witness List took effect on 18th September 2018 and include a change that any engineer accredited under a State or Commonwealth law will now be added to the authorised witness list. Take a look at the updated legislation and the list of authorised witnesses here.

Did you know that AMCouncil members who hold CSAM certification under the AM Council certification scheme can apply for CPEng through a fast track process. Apply for CSAM certification today

New Tasmanian Chapter Chair

tasmania 23532 1280The Tasmanian Chapter is delighted to confirm that Clint McDonald has been elected as Tasmanian Chapter Chair. The Asset Management Council would like to extend its sincere thanks to Glen Mackintosh, outgoing Tasmanian Chapter Chair, for all his time and effort. Here are a few words from Clint:

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