Doing business better with Quarry Mining
As a result, Quarry Mining enlisted the help of specialist disability employment service, Mai-Wel LabourForce Solutions (MWLFS) to recruit a suitable jobseeker to de-braze drill bits from local Glencore mines.
MWLFS was able to put forward a person well suited to the role, who had the necessary skills and work ethic to undertake the specific task of drill bit de-brazing. This is where 26-year-old Dale Charlesworth comes in.
“I really enjoy getting to learn new things in a new industry. I work as a Trade Assistant doing a wide range of jobs,” said Dale.
“Quarry Mining are very supportive of me. It’s such a great team that I work in, which makes coming to work enjoyable.”
Dale’s job involves collating the drill bits that have been collected from Glencore sites and delivered to Quarry Mining’s premises at Beresfield for processing. He then cleans, de-brazes, sorts and ships carbide for recycling.
Employing a person with a disability is proven to diversify workforces and have an overwhelmingly positive effect on the broader workforce and team spirit. For more information, please contact MWLFS on (02) 4015 8400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictured above: Corey MacDonald, Dale Charlesworth and Kari Armitage from Quarry Mining.