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MIPAC quality recognised to new ISO certification

Tuesday, August 29, 2017
MIPAC’s Quality Management System has been certified by the BSI group, confirming that it complies with the requirements of the new ISO 9001:2015 standard for the provision of process automation and control services. Previously MIPAC was certified ISO 9001:2008 for 10 years.

The ISO 9001 is the most recognized quality management system that helps organisations to meet expectations and needs of  customers, allowing continual monitoring and managing quality across all operations, outlining ways to achieve it, benchmarks and consistent performance.

The revised ISO 9001:2015 encompasses improvements from the 2008 standard which relates to:
• A stronger focus on risk management and customer satisfaction
• More emphasis on leadership and commitment
• Fewer prescriptive requirements
• More requirements on communication and strategic alignment
• Formal introduction of ‘interested parties’.

MIPAC is proud to be certified to the new standard and continues commitment to refine and improve its quality deliverables to its customers.

MIPAC gets global recognition in Siemens industry magazine

Monday, August 07, 2017

MIPAC was recognised as the Australian Siemens solution partner that was selected to design, install and commission the Siemens Simatic PCS7 control system at a major African copper smelter. The article emphasized the tried-and-tested technology as being behind the fast start-up and easy operation of Africa’s largest copper smelter at First Quantum Minerals (FQM) Kansanshi site.

In addition to FQM contributions and permission to publish, MIPAC's Brian Forrester (Project Manager) and Tim Hausler (Lead Engineer) provided content for the article published in the Siemens global magazine 'The Magazine for the mining and cement industries'. Brian and Tim have presented the FQM Kananshi PCS7 case study success at several Siemens organised seminars.

For more information please visit here: FQM copper smelter article

Joe Pease AusIMM medal

Monday, February 27, 2017

We are thrilled to share the news from the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (The AusIMM) that our Non-Executive Director Joe Pease FAusIMM has been chosen as the recipient of the AusIMM’s most prestigious award: The Institute Medal.

Joe has been recognised for this distinguished award for his decades of contribution and leadership to the minerals industry. The Institute Medal is the highest honour conferred by the AusIMM and first awarded in 1935. The award will be presented to Joe at the AusIMM Annual Awards Dinner on Saturday 8 April 2017 in Newcastle, NSW.  

MIPAC has had a working relationship with Joe Pease for more than 20 years, which originated in Mount Isa's Concentrators and has more recently seen him join the MIPAC board of directors in 2016 as a valued contributor.

Well done Joe.

Eddie Derivera
Managing Director

MIPAC opens office in Perth

Thursday, January 19, 2017

MIPAC has opened an office in Perth due to increase demand for engineering services in WA. This growth is to house increased resources and better service our WA customer base.

The office is located The Park Business Centre, 45 Ventnor Avenue, West Perth WA 6005. 

For all enquiries please call 08 9429 8832

MIPAC RPEQ engineers meet legal requirement

Friday, August 26, 2016
It is a legal requirement for all engineering services being carried out for Queensland (QLD) projects, regardless if they are completed interstate or in QLD, they be supervised and certified by a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ).
MIPAC has RPEQ qualified engineers on staff who can carry out or directly supervise relevant engineering works in the fields of electrical, control system and network design.
If a Client requires certification of their engineering design or that of a third party, this can be provided by a MIPAC RPEQ. The MIPAC RPEQ who certifies the design takes responsibility for the engineering design in terms of compliance with the Act so must be satisfied that all drawings, calculations, data, assumptions and methods utilised in the design are properly documented and are accurate. The Client must be able to provide an adequate level of documentation for the certification to be provided. 
For further information how best to ensure your legal obligations are met for QLD based projects please contact us.

MIPAC Quality commitment is re-verified

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

The MIPAC Quality Management Systems have been successfully re-certified by the BSI Group recently as conforming to the requirements of ISO 9001: 2008, with not a single non-conformity being recorded.  The result of the audit is a continuance of the validity of the existing certificate until 2019.

As part of MIPAC’s strive for continual improvement, annual surveillance audits are also conducted to ensure ongoing commitment from all staff to our quality standards.    
The ongoing certification to ISO 9001 demonstrates that MIPAC’s processes and procedures align with recognisedbest practice and demonstrates MIPAC’s commitment to providing our clients with outcomes of the highest quality.

MIPAC delivers Australian Power Utility procedures and reporting

Friday, July 15, 2016
MIPAC has been developing and implementing industrial automation and control system security policy, procedures and maintenance regimes for a major Australian Power Utility site that has a SIMATIC Siemens TDC system. 

MIPAC also developed implemented load shed reports using data from the CitectSCADA system for verification reporting purposes. 

MIPAC E-training courses help remote operations upskill their staff

Monday, June 20, 2016
MIPAC has developed on-line web based E-training courses to deliver operation specific control system application training across a range of PLC, SCADA and DCS systems for remote sites. 

These courses are modularised for each client site operation, which helps to eliminate or reduce; requirement for staff availability at the same time; new staff induction costs and training travel/accommodation expenses.

MIPAC’s E-training modules along with remote engineering services help to ensure that plant operations can better manage their control system expertise and support more cost effectively. 

Need more information?
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We're in the City!

Sunday, December 06, 2015

MIPAC succesfully relocated office on the 4th December and is operational at its new city address - Level 1, 369 Ann St, Brisbane, QLD 4000. Our new mailing address is GPO Box 2438, Brisbane, QLD 4001.

The new location is right in the heart of the CBD opposite Central Station, ideal for rail and bus travel. Also MIPAC has visitor car parks underneath the building, for those clients that prefer to drive into the city for meetings.

Advantageous move to Brisbane CBD

Wednesday, November 18, 2015
MIPAC HQ is moving into the Brisbane City in December. 

Managing director Eddie Derivera says 'the convenience of being close to other major companies offices in the City is irresistible and its perfect timing to take advantage of moving into the Brisbane CBD'

MIPAC has been based at Hendra (close to Brisbane airport) for the last 7 years, however the changing commercial office market has made the attractive office relocation compelling.

MIPAC, being a successful project engineering company, is meticulously planning the move to Ann Street without any disruption to any client business. The office transition will occur during the early half of December.



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