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The Permanent Way Institute: Queensland Section (PWI QLD) aims to promote excellence in the rail industry through the activities and assistance of its volunteer members drawn from all parts of the rail industry. Our excellence awards program seek to identify and reward outstanding achievement and practice across all areas of the permanent way. All members, volunteers and industry practitioners have an important role to play in promoting the valuable contribution made to the community by the rail industry.
The PWI QLD Young Achievers Award is a prize of up to $10,000 that goes towards the cost of attending a relevant international railway conference. To be eligible for this award an entrant must be 35 or younger at the 1st March of the year of entry and a member of PWI QLD. The aim is to encourage younger members into our industry and promote knowledge sharing.
This award is for excellence and innovation and is granted to an eligible young rail specialist in the rail infrastructure industry (who is not necessarily an engineer) to recognise and encourage their contribution to their field or generally in areas that are relevant to the objectives of the Permanent Way Institution.
The X‐tra Mile Award shall be awarded by the PWI Queensland Section for an outstanding achievement in relation to the permanent way of an operating railway in Queensland and in alignment with the aims of this Institution. Submissions will be received from all areas of infrastructure asset management including construction, design, geo‐technical and materials management in relation track and bridge works, rail formation structures, electrical and signalling works, plant and equipment, safety and logistics. Submissions will be received from as wide an area as possible and generally within the above guidelines. Judging Criteria The judges recognise that excellence may take many forms – large or small, technically complex or astonishingly straight forward.
The primary judging criteria will be;
Additional judging criteria;
An award sponsored by Railtech Australia & Thermit Australia for a Queensland based track welding gang with the best achievement in minimised defect weld rates recognising initiative, significant advances and difficulty.
An award for commendable achievement in the field of occupational health, safety and welfare in relation to activities connected with the permanent way activities of an operating railway in Queensland. Submissions will be received from all areas of infrastructure asset management including construction, design, geo‐technical and materials management in relation track and bridge works, rail formation structures, electrical and signalling works, plant and equipment, safety and logistics. Submissions will be received from as wide an area as possible and generally within the guidelines.
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