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A MESSAGE FROM THE CEO

While the coal industry is certainly going through some challenging times, exports from the Port of Newcastle continue to grow, and that means it's business as usual at NCIG.

I took on the role of CEO just on a year ago, and I'm pleased that three of my key priorities - our people, our community and our commitment to the environment - are a focus in this update to our website.

A Recent Milestone achieved at NCIG was the recording of over three years of operation without a Lost Time Injury. That means we are sending each and every one of our employees and contractors home safe to their families at the end of each working day. That commitment to the health and wellbeing of all of our employees has also been demonstrated in the success of the "Bounce" challenge. See below for details.

NCIG's partnership with the University of Newcastle to establish a new, sustainable habitat for the Green and Golden Bell Frog is starting to pay dividends now that construction of the habitat is complete.

Our Community Support Program is now in its fifth year, and it's great to see worthy groups like Discover Stockton making a success of terrific initiatives like the Stockton Parkrun. I encourage all community organisations to apply for the next round of funding by the 31 March deadline.

Aaron Johansen
Chief Executive Officer
15 February 2015

HUNTER COAL FESTIVAL - PWCS/NCIG COMMUNITY OPEN DAY

As part of the Hunter Coal Festival, Port Waratah Coal Services and NCIG will be hosting a joint Community Open Day on Saturday 21st March. The open day will provide an opportunity to meet the teams from both terminals, find out more about our operations and take an up-close tour of the Port Waratah operational areas.

To find out more about the day or to register for a tour head to http://www.pwcs.com.au/what-we-do/community-open-day/ or call 02 4907 2000.

Helping Our 
Environment

Bouncing with 
Good Health

Helping Our 
Community

NCIG is committed to a variety of works to offset biodiversity impacts created by construction of the terminal. Part of these offsets is development of a 78 hectare Green and Golden Bell Frog habitat on Ash Island, part of the Hunter Wetlands National Park.

Construction was completed in November last year including the shaping of aquatic and terrestrial habitat in seven individual stages and planting of 60,000 native wetland plant species.

Captive-bred frogs are currently being introduced into the habitat with the aim of establishing a sustainable population of Green and Golden Bell Frogs in an area of the national park where the species was previously known to exist.

Working with scientists from the University of Newcastle, NCIG is responsible for the management of this area of the National Park to maintain the sustainable frog population.

As part of our commitment to the health and well-being of its employees, NCIG has established the Bounce Program. It includes a fully-funded gym program, access to physiotherapy for
non-work-related injuries, exercise physiologist and dietician, a vaccination program and voluntary health assessments.

Initiatives included weight loss and fitness challenges, participation in events including fun runs, bike rides and triathlons, lunch box preparation etc.

The results have been outstanding, with combined weight loss over six weeks of 210 kilograms and average weight loss of 4.3% of bodyweight, with the overall winner losing 15.2% of their bodyweight. There was 99% attendance at the voluntary Biannual Health Assessment and 80% of employees completed the Bounce Better Fitness Challenge.

 To demonstrate its commitment to supporting the communities in and around our operation on Kooragang Island, NCIG established a Community Support Program in 2010. The
objective of the Program is simple – to help community groups within the local area to help the people of the local area.

A committee with representation from the community and NCIG meets twice each year to assess applications and provide advice on the allocation of funds. In October last year, members of the 21 successful groups gathered at NCIG for an afternoon tea to meet and discuss their projects.

The next round of funding closes on 31st March. For more information, including guidelines and application form, go to www.ncig.com.au

 

 

 

Operations

Since commencing operations in 2010, NCIG has established itself as a premier coal export facility. The terminal is an integral part of Australia's coal supply chain, ensuring reliability and continuity of coal supply from the Newcastle, Hunter Valley, Gloucester, Gunnedah and...

Careers

NCIG offers a diverse range of careers and opportunities.
All current vacancies are listed below. To view the position advertisement, simply click on the job title. When applying for a position, please include a covering letter and a current resume outlining your skills...

Sustainability

The NCIG team is committed to working with the communities in and around the area where its major infrastructure is located.
NCIG has established a Community Reference Group to facilitate consultation with key community groups...

Location

The Terminal is located on Kooragang Island at the Port of Newcastle, New South Wales...

Information Hotline

NCIG has established a Community Reference Group to facilitate consultation with key community groups.

All enquiries about the Terminal should be directed to NCIG at enquiries@ncig.com.au or calling 4920 3900 during business hours.

A 24-hour complaints hotline is also available by calling
1800 016 304.

Community Support Program

 

 For any enquiries please contact us at communitysupport@ncig.com.au.

Thank you

 

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