I require a 3000 - 5000 word feature article on Mine Rescue in Western Australia for a Mine Safety magazine - the details of which will be revealed to the winning bidder.
You must be a writer who is fluent in English and can provide well-researched, considered articles with mining industry expertise. All grammar must be 100%.
All work must be original and not scraped or copied from other sites. We will check with copy scape, and it will be proof read, so if any article does not meet this we will cancel any further work with you, along with giving a review which may prevent you from getting other work.
That being said, there is ongoing work for right person. We are a publishing company which has publications in a number of industries and will reward quality work.
This particular article will be a large feature lead-in article showcasing why Mines Rescue in WA is very different to that in QLD. Mines in WA are predominantly metalliferous leading to much different conditions than in QLD. I.e. Coal. The potential hazards are not deemed to need the scale of manpower as QLD, therefore there is no obligation to have. Without this, does WA lack the sense of community and culture that QLD enjoys for collaborating on the Mines Rescue and Emergency Services front? How are these differences bridged? The article should address the importance of mutual aid agreements in WA and other unique characteristics of Mines Rescue and Emergency Management in this part of the country.