The Pulp and Paper Manufacturing IRC is responsible for national training package qualifications relevant to the pulp and paper manufacturing industry.
These qualifications are included in the Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Training Package.
The IRC will consult widely during any future training package development process providing opportunity for any interested parties to make a contribution.
Technical Advisory Committees may also be established to inform future work, utilising a broad range of stakeholders with technical and specific industry knowledge.
The Pulp and Paper Manufacturing IRC is supported by the Skills Service Organisation, Skills Impact. For more information visit Skills Impact.
Further information about the role of IRCs and how they operate can be found in the IRC Operating Framework.
The AISC has approved the following members for the Pulp and Paper Manufacturing IRC:
|Expertise||Pulp and Paper Manufacturing||Position remains open for nomination||TBA|
|Pulp and Paper Manufacturing||Position remains open for nomination||TBA|
|Employer/ Enterprise||Asaleo Care||Mr Joel Langham||National|
|Australian Paper||Ms Kaye Tyter||National|
|Norske Skog||Mr Nathan Bright||National|
|Huhtamaki||Secretariat to work with organisation to identify their nominee||TBA|
|VISY||Mr Terry McDonald (Deputy Chair)||National|
|Orora Group||Mr James Swan||National|
|Peak / Advisory / Association||Australian Forest Products Association||Mr Gavin Matthew||National|
|Australasian Pulp and Paper Industry Technical Association||Ms Adele Elice-Invaso||National|
|Employee Representation||Construction, Forestry, Mining and Engineering Union||Ms Denise Campbell-Burns (Chair)||National|