Many people these days are working well past what used to be considered the age of retirement. Some decide to continue working because they need the money.
After experiencing an increase in back and shoulder injuries SCE engaged manual handling specialists Prescribe Australia to tailor a program for its ageing workforce to help prevent further workplace injuries.
SCE recently partnered with Wollongong Emergency Family Housing (WEFH), a registered not-for-profit charity, provided funding for two rooms at their Keira Street premises.
Three SCE team members, Mark Isberg, David Nash and Justin Marschall were recently nominated for the Molycop Australasia Excellence Awards.
Ex-international swimmer Danny Pryke has taken the plunge into a new career with SCE, after representing Papua New Guinea at the highest level, including the 2009 FINA world championships in...
Women encroaching on previously male-dominated territory is nothing new but until recently the truckie space seemed sacred.
Hebden Quarries Sales Manager Mal Kirwan has always been fascinated by quarry operations. Despite strong concrete product and construction industry experience, Mal says he couldn't help being a little envious...
After more than two years of blood, sweat and, perhaps, a few tears completing her Administration Traineeship the dedication and hard work is beginning to pay off for SCE’s Tara Templeton.
SCE Transport and Logistics have been appointed by Impact Fertilisers, one of Australia’s biggest manufacturers and distributors of fertiliser, to handle their local logistics services at Port Kembla.
Transport drivers from Wollongong’s SCE have banded together again this year to raise funds for the Illawarra community in the 14th annual I98 Illawarra Convoy.
GrainCorp’s grain terminal in Port Kembla has received its first grain by ship in more than 18 years due to low production from drought affected farmers.
SCE’s Renee Blakemore is one of an increasing number of women donning hi-vis and hard hats in a predominantly male workforce.