November Meeting Point out now

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AMCouncil November e-news is out now, packed with all the latest and greatest AMCouncil happenings and news from the past month, including a links to some great maintenance, data, defence and government in asset management articles.

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ISO/TC251 Ecuador Meeting Communique

TC251 Group Photo

Dave Daines recently represented Australia in the ISOTC251 meeting held in Quito, Ecuador.  To download and read the communique regarding this meeting, please do so here.

Port of Melbourne - PDS 2050 Feedback Opportunity

The Port of Melbourne is seeking feedback on their recentlPOM draftCapturey released Port Development Strategy 2050 – a roadmap for the development of the Port for the next 30 years.  To find details about the strategy, to access a copy of it, as well as details of how to provide feedback on the strategy, visit here. Feedback is open until 6th December 2019.

Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day

Today, as I write this article, it is the 11th November; a day where we commemorate the end of four years of continuous warfare in WWI.

As the young men went off to war, everyone believed it would be only a matter of weeks, perhaps months, before they all returned home. How misguided they all were. The horrors those men saw, the horrors they performed, were all in the name of freedom, to keep our country safe. And they did it with a sense of patriotism and upholding the right. The First World War brought together over 70 million people, and ended the lives of between 9 and 13 million, many of them buried in unknown graves1.

Read more: Remembrance Day