QGC Donations

QGC today announced it would be spending more than $170,000 on a range of programs within its Gladstone Harbour Initiatives program.

The company’s Community Liaison Officer, Chris Brooker, said the money was being divided among three projects; a boating safety awareness campaign with Maritime Safety Queensland; a Marine Safety Handbook by compiled by Volunteer Marine Rescue; and a catchment care program with Conservation Volunteers Australia.

John Fallon, Gladstone’s Assistant Harbour Master, said the Maritime Safety Queensland campaign will focus on publicising safety issues for vessels and people through advertising on radio, newspaper and in brochures.

Maurie Frazer, vice president of Volunteer Marine Rescue said the Local Area Members’ Handbook would be a valuable resource for the boating community.
 



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