The Department of State Growth actively pursues investment, facilitates major projects, supports business and industry to grow, and ensures we are investing strategically in infrastructure. The department also works closely with business and industry to address barriers to growth, including red and green tape, to provide a skilled workforce, develop our cultural industries and ensure efficient cost effective transport and logistics systems.
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National fatigue management law will apply in Tasmania from 30 March 2015.
The Chair of the West Coast Economic Working Group, Adam Brooks, has released more detail on proposed upgrades to mountain bike tracks in the region.
Unnecessary barriers delaying novice drivers from showing they are ready to gain experience on the road have been removed.
The Road Safety Advisory Council’s new campaign, ‘Share the Road’ has a very different approach to marketing road safety.
Explore how an integrated approach to health, safety and wellbeing can help you to achieve your business goals, at this Employer of Choice breakfast forum in Hobart on 21 October.
Get expert advice and network with exporters at these workshops in Launceston and Ulverstone on 17-18 November.
Winners of the Tasmanian Training Awards will have the opportunity to compete against their peers at the Australian Training Awards in November.
For a comprehensive list of business events around the state, visit business.tas.gov.au – all your business needs in one place.