The Survival Guide for Mining Families
The Survival Guide for Mining Families aims to help families survive and thrive despite the pressures of fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) rosters. It’s an invaluable resource tool – both for mining couples and companies – featuring comprehensive advice to boost the emotional resilience of workers and keep relationships strong and happy. We launched the first edition in 2011 and have now sold nearly 160,000 guides across Australia and globally. The 32-page, A5 booklet features professional advice and practical tips from Mining Family Matters founder Alicia Ranford and psychologist Angie Willcocks.
The Survival Guide for Mining Families (second edition) is recommended for use as an induction tool for new employees and also to reinforce support for existing workers. Chapters include:
Prices for The Survival Guide for Mining Families are listed below. Co-branding opportunities are also available: many companies have branded the guide with their corporate logo and colours. For all orders, please contact us.
|1-49 copies||$9 each (postage included)|
|50||$300 total + GST/postage|
|100||$500 + GST/postage|
|500||$2000 + GST/postage|
|1000||$3500 + GST/postage|
For companies outside mining, please check out our generic version of the guide. It’s designed for all employees who work away, regardless of the industry, and it’s called Working Away: A Survival Guide for Families. For oil and gas employees, see our third booklet, The Survival Guide for Families in Oil & Gas.