Monthly Archives: August 2010

Queensland Resources Council welcomes James technologies as their latest Service Member

The Queensland Resources Council has today accepted Jamestech as their 100th Service Member.

David Rynne, QRC Chief Economist said “It will be great to have Jamestech as a service member of the QRC. Jamestech provide a very welcome and valuable service to the Resources sector in Queensland.”

Darren Caulfield, Jamestech CEO said “The QRC is an icon in the Queensland Resource sector and  we are today very proud to be accepted as a Service Member of the Council.”

James technologies have been assisting the Electrical Maintenance and Project teams in Queensland Mines and Refineries with Electrical Contracting and Technical labour assistance since 1996.

We currently have over 100 electricians and Instrument technicians, both underground & surface currently working in the Townsville / Mt Isa Corridor, with database of over 400 local tradesmen.

James Technologies has a history of Safety second to none. We wish to always further develop our communication with our clients, both in Projects, Training and Labour Hire to achieve a zero harm workplace.

With Jamestech being a Licensed Electrical Contractor, Qld 66397 (Accredited Master Electrician) and a Registered Training Organisation, No. 31908, we are very confident we would able to assist members of the QRC in supplying, supervising, training and supporting all required services for their projects.