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Workpower looks to Belmont move

NON-PROFIT group Workpower Incorporated is refurbishing a new site in Belmont and expects to make the move in June. The organisation provides employment services for people with disability via the operation of various businesses under its Qualipac Plus brand. Workpower also provides employment assistance to people with a disability who wish to secure employment in the general business community, through its open employment division, Aspire Employment. The Belmont site consists of two warehouse buildings, totalling 1,000 square metres, with offices of 400sq m. Qualipac Plus and Green Apple Development, a first aid and mental first aid training service, will operate from the premises. Workpower Incorporated chief executive Shane O’Connor said the not-for-profit group looked forward to working with businesses in the Belmont area to further develop opportunities for people with disabilities. “As part of the move, we will also be investing in additional equipment that will improve workflow and lead to further efficiencies in product handling,” he said.

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