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Aerial Drone of NSS @ Work

NSS recently partnered up with SkyDronics to bring you a series of aerial drone videos of just some of the services we offer at NSS.

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Move drone video and other NSS videos can be found over on our YouTube Channel.

During the month of September, Northern Stevedoring Services (“NSS”) proudly participated in the Blue September initiative, which was created to get the message out about cancer in men.  Raising awareness and much needed funds to assist world-class researchers such as Australian Prostate Cancer Research “APCR” and the Australian Cancer Research Foundation “ACRF”, NSS was proud to raise money for equipment needed to improve prevention of cancer, early diagnosis and treatment. 

Blue September urges men to take preventative action by improving lifestyle choices and getting regular check-ups by their general practitioner.  The statistics are devastating: 
  • 1 in 2 men will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85.
  • 1 in 4 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer by the age of 85.
  • 50,000+ men are diagnosed with cancer every year, and almost 50% of that are fatal.

Throughout September NSS hosted a number of fundraising initiatives and established an online donations page.  Through their fundraising efforts NSS was eligible to participate in the Bluey the Bear grand prize initiative, whereby for each $1,000.00 raised Blue September would give you a 1-meter-tall blue lovable large teddy to auction/raffle. 

Raising $3,298 NSS was able to raffle off 3 “Bluey’s”; with the winners then passed on to the Blue September Foundation to go into the draw to win a brand new Nissan Micra.  Winners were Ross Brown (pictured right with Juliette Sperber General Manager of NSS), Kathryn Jacobsen and Lindsay Wilson.  The winner of the car was a Mr Philip Allen from Reservoir VIC.

Mr Wilson kindly re-donated Bluey the bear to the Mater Hospital Children’s Ward, where he is now known as Dr. Bluey Wilson MD, used to explain medical procedures to children and there for pre and post op care and cuddles.
Mater Children’s Unit Manager Karen Cribb said she wanted to thank NSS and Mr Wilson for their kind donation.  ``Dr Bluey Wilson would be kept busy helping the nursing staff to explain medical procedures to children and would be there to put smiles on little patient’s faces,’’ she said.

BlueSeptember2Pictured (LtoR): Dr Bluey Wilson’s first patient 16 month old Austin Byrne, Nurse Justine Cheeseman and Juliette Sperber General Manager NSS.