Our Stories

What it takes to be an innovative company

The first in a series of opinion pieces by the Bis team, Group Manager Technology Development & Manufacturing, Virginie Hannah shares her tips on becoming an innovative organisation.

Humans of Bis – Gordie

Having worked for Bis for over 30 years as a driver, there’s not much Gordie doesn’t know about our haulage equipment.

Humans of Bis – Danielle

Danielle is Site Manager of our Karara Dry Stack Tailings Storage Facility – a bespoke plant that is owned and managed by Bis.

Humans of Bis – Cassandra

She leads a function that plays a significant role in looking after our people and our business in the event of an injury and like so many people in our business, she thrives on the diversity of it.

Humans of Bis – Aaron

Meet Aaron: Our Site Manager for the Western Areas Nickel mine. Over the past three years, Aaron has occupied various positions within our operations, and his career with Bis continues to grow alongside the growth of the business.

Humans of Bis – Johnny

Johnny is our Resourcing Specialist and brought his 30 years of recruitment experience to Bis four years ago.

Humans of Bis – Grantly

Tasmanian local Grantly plays a key site based leadership role ensuring the safe and effective operation of the quarries business, as well as lending his skills to the Norske Skog wood mill contract Bis also manages in Boyer.

Humans of Bis – Brad

“Working with the Bis Engineering team, we designed a new bespoke internal baffle system on tipping trailers which restricts material movement whilst in transit.”