Noting that ‘for some time now the cleaning and support services sector in Tasmania has had little or no coordinated industry representation at the tables of government, the property sector or councils,’ the Building Service Contractors Association of Australia (BSCAA) is reviving its chapter in that State.
The BSCAA is inviting all interested parties to attend an industry information session on the afternoon of Saturday 1 September 2012 at the Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart.
“At this briefing we will have a cross section of the people who matter most to members of the industry; clients, suppliers and potential alliance partners,” said BSCAA Victoria executive director John Clohessy.
“We are inviting senior government representatives so that they are able meet people like you who are interested in ensuring the development of a strong professional local services sector.”
The afternoon will include an information session on what BSCAA will mean for Tasmania; a brief session from industry professionals on building a business; industrial relations issues; the major issues confronting business in 2012; and industry training.
There will be a number of BSCAA executive committee members in attendance including national president Terry Corby; national vice president and Victorian state president George Stamas; and Victorian executive committee members.
The briefing commences at 1.30 pm and will conclude at 4.30 pm. It will be followed by a cocktail function at which time attendees will be able to enjoy a drink with colleagues, friends old and new and ask more questions of special guests.
To attend log on at www.bscaavic.com.au