Events

Friday 7th May: MUA Fundraiser Painters & Dockers Timor Leste Solidarity Gig

Organised by APHEDA-Union Aid Abroad, this awesome gig featuring legendary punk rock band the Painters & Dockers plus support acts is being run in Solidarity with the people of Timor Leste. 

When: Friday 7th May, 7pm-11pm
Where: MUA Auditorium, 46-54 Ireland Street, West Melbourne
Tickets:  $80 or $800 for a table of 10 Includes: Food and entertainment

Tuesday May 11: Central Safety Group - Using technology to make work safer  
Speaker: Gavin Kenny, Manager SHEQ - Service Delivery, Melbourne Water

Melbourne Water is a statutory body which supplies high-quality water, provides reliable sewerage services, integrates drainage systems to prevent flooding and enhances waterways and land for Melbourne and its surrounds. Gavin will talk about the changes involved, how they were introduced and the resulting efficiency gains.

These new systems are integrated with and supported by the organisation’s existing IT systems. He will describe the transition from using cumbersome, paper-based processes to easy-to-use digital systems. Among other things, this has made safety data at Melbourne Water more transparent and easy to access, making it easier to analyse trends.

When: 12 - 1pm, Tuesday, 11 May, 2021
How: Online via Zoom. Financial members will automatically be emailed the Zoom meeting link. (N.B. A video recording of the session will be available on the website exclusively for financial members.) 
Cost: Financial members* free. Non-members $10 
[Individual membership fee for 2020: $75] *If unsure of your membership status, contact [email protected] 
RSVP by COB May 10 
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