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F&G Cranes - Indigenous crane company uses PREMFA for mobilising personnel for shut downs

F&G Cranes Pty Ltd is an Indigenous, family-owned and operated company based in Port Hedland. It is contracted as a Tier 1 provider to supply craneage and support services for major iron ore clients in the Northwest of WA such as BHP, Rio Tinto and FMG.  In June 2020 F&G Cranes signed up for a three month trial using the PREMFA process. They continue to use the process today.  Feleena Attwood, one of the owners and the current Administration Manager, says:  The PREMFA process is e...

October 13, 2021

Coogee Chemicals and PREMFA assessments

Coogee Chemicals has engaged Premosystems Pty Ltd to conduct PREMFA assessments to monitor the health and well-being of its work crews. This is following a very successful trial of the PREMFA process at the plant earlier this year to establish a baseline for both physical and mental health for those personnel in manufacturing, maintenance, warehousing and administration. Shane Pugh, Operations Manager of the North Side Operations at Coogee Chemicals, believes the PREMFA assessments will ena...

October 5, 2021

New CEO appointed to Premo Systems

Premo Systems is delighted to announce it has appointed Ciemone Rowbottam as CEO. Ciemone will become the face of Premo Systems to the corporate and investor world, will coordinate the creation and management of our Advisory Board, will be our window to the HR industry, and will support the Premo Systems team to settle into the roles as the engine executing our services. Ciemone has over 20 years of experience working with some of Australia’s largest natural resource companies as a leading HR ...

October 4, 2021

Automation can help HR get back to more value-adding activities

...such as strategic talent planning, using predictive data to build future scenarios, nurturing employees, creating exceptional employee experience. In a recent study conducted by McKinsey Global Institute revealed that 56% of typical “hire-to-retire” tasks could be automated with technology.  1800 HR professionals in Australia and New Zealand were surveyed as part of this study. One of the overall findings was that “the ability to streamline many day-to-day HR tasks not only boosts ...

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