Each MEC Mining project starts with a collaboration plan which lays out how we will tap into the knowledge held by our team of 40 engineers. Internal “crowdsourcing” through knowledge jams (efficient innovation workshops) allows us to access the information and provide the right solutions across a broad range of problems.
MEC Mining joined over 500 industry leaders on Tuesday, 8 March at the Queensland Resources Council Women in Mining and Resources Queensland Resources Awards for Women.
QGC’s top female executive and elite athlete Cecile Wake took home the top gong – the Exceptional Woman in Queensland category at the 11th annual 2016 QRC/WIMARQ International Women’s Day Breakfast, held as part of the awards, at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
MEC Mining is actively supporting and encouraging innovation in the resources sector by taking part in the second, annual Unearthed: Brisbane Hackathon.
Launched nationally in 2015 and internationally this year, Unearthed is a unique 54-hour event focused on the resources sector. It will see software developers, designers and industry insiders unite to develop prototype solutions to industry problems.