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SCAA is pleased to announce that we will be holding our 2023 AGM in Broome WA.
This is a two day event, and all members are invited to attend.
DATE: Thursday 1 June & Friday 2 June 2023, 8:00 am - 3:00 pm.
VENUE: Mangrove Hotel, 47 Carnarvon St, Broome WA 6725.
ACCOMMODATION: A 10% discount and 30-day free cancellation policy is available to SCAA Members when booking directly with the following hotels:
Mangrove Hotel: (08) 9192 1303.
The Continental Hotel: (08) 9195 5900.
Use discount code SCAA22.
EVENTS: AGM dinner Thursday evening. We are also enquiring about a group boat charter, camel ride, or similar for Friday afternoon. Details to come.
RSVP: to Kirsten by 1 March 2023 to secure your spot.
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SCAA Tasmanian AGM 2016
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SCAA 2016 Election Update
SCAA Governance, Workplace Health and Safety April 26, 2016
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SCAA Fact Sheet – Employing Overseas Workers
Financial Management, Workplace Health and Safety April 12, 2016
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