Simtars supports apprenticeships
Simtars continues to promote improved safety and health outcomes by actively supporting emergency preparedness and response.
The onsite workshop is the backbone of many services provided by Simtars; not only maintaining the facilities and equipment on site, but underpinning research projects, accident investigations, emergency response capabilities, and supporting technical and engineering solutions.
In April 2022, Simtars welcomed their first cohort of apprentices in many years, Kirra Harvey and Rhett Anderson, pictured with CEO Mark Stone, a proud former apprentice fitter/welder himself.
Kirra and Rhett’s skills and abilities are increasing daily, under the guidance of the talented Workshop Supervisor Gavin Stratford, and TAFE Queensland.
By increasing the workshop capabilities and upskilling the next generation through apprenticeships, Simtars will continue to deliver on, and be responsive to, improving safety and health outcomes for the resources industry.
Please join Simtars in welcoming Kirra and Rhett to Resources Safety and Health Queensland.
Last updated: 15 Jun 2022