Moranbah Engineer recognised
Lack of experience no obstacle at Moranbah nitrate plant.
Wednesday 23 August 2017
A Moranbah miner won the Young Professional category in the Australian Mines and Metals Association (AMMA) industry awards in Perth yesterday.
Incitec Pivot employee Hannah Campbell is the Moranbah Operations Readiness Coordinator and was recognised for her leadership during a plant shutdown and decommissioning at the company’s Ammonium Nitrate Facility.
Hannah was just one year into her role as a process engineer when she led a major overhaul involving 94,000 labour hours, 695 work packages, and the commissioning of five compressor trains.
AMMA's Director of Industry Services, Tara Diamond said Hannah showed great leadership.
“Hannah is one of many up-and-coming young professionals in the industry who is showing great leadership and innovation,” she said.
“To take part in a history-making turnaround at the company shows Hannah is going to continue to be a real leader in the industry for years to come.”
“She is lighting the path for other young female professionals to make their way in the resources industry.”
Other winners at the awards this week were McDermott Australia who developed the FIFOcus Offshore Wellness Program to support the health and well-being of construction and maritime workers operating in remote offshore locations.
Heathgate Resources was awarded the Indigenous Employment and Retention Award for its Aboriginal School Mentoring Program and
Fortescue Metals Group was recognised for encouraging more women into mining.
Morris Corporation’s won a Training and Development award
for its 3B service model - ‘Be Friendly, Be Connected and Be Real’ program.
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