- Uninformed claims aim to sink subs
Businessman Dick Smith and his cohorts are wasting their money making totally unsubstantiated, ill-informed claims in an advertisement about Australia’s new submarine fleet, Welding Technology Institute of Australia CEO Geoff Crittenden says.
- Shoddy welding ‘will lead to deaths’
Public safety is at risk unless Australian politicians legislate to enforce compliance with Australian standards for fabricated steel, Welding Technology Institute of Australia (WTIA) CEO Geoff Crittenden has warned.
- Training partnership to boost Australian steel industry
The Welding Technology Institute of Australia aims to develop a stronger skills base for the Australian steel industry through a partnership with TAFE NSW. Welding Technology Institute of Australia (WTIA) CEO Geoff Crittenden says the two organisations have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) and he aims to get similar agreements in place with TAFEs … Continue reading Training partnership to boost Australian steel industry
- Welding industry unveils solution to save steel industry
The Australian welding industry wants the Federal Government to enact laws now to safeguard public safety and the steel industry, Geoff Crittenden, CEO of the Welding Technology Institute of Australia (WTIA) says. “The solution to the steel industry’s woes is for the Federal Government to draft legislation to mandate that imported, fabricated steel must be … Continue reading Welding industry unveils solution to save steel industry