Simon outlined the areas he was going to cover: fatalities, entrapment, isolation, rock projection and Pedestrian Safety.
A new series of video-based Institute of Quarrying (IQ) member communications launches this month, with the first film focusing on Standards and Professionalism.
The Institute of Quarrying (IQ) today announced the launch of its first ever industry-wide awards celebrating the personal and professional excellence of people working in the mineral extractives sector.
Winners of the 2018 Institute of Quarrying (IQ) Student Awards were presented with their awards at this year’s Fellows Lunch against the impressive backdrop of the Tower of London.
From left to right: Anne Smith, Phil Redmond, Andy Gillon and Ian Christie.
Congratulations goes out to the IQ Scottish branch, winners of the IQ Presidents Branch Trophy for 2018.
Attendees at this year’s Institute of Quarrying (IQ) Fellows Dinner at the Tower of London were served up much more than culinary delights, as plans for the organisation’s future strategic and operational direction were unveiled.
Phil Schacht, CEO Hanson signing the IQA Membership Pledge
The Institute of Quarrying Australia's (IQA) Membership Pledge - an initiative also recently undertaken in the UK - has been designed to assist the organisation in communicating value, and the value proposition to the industry and companies who are involved with the IQA.
Reflecting back on our centenary celebrations during 2017 accentuated how far we have developed, both as an industry and an Institute. Looking beneath the surface of this highlighted the outstanding passionate individuals who provide the life blood in developing what has become the industry we know and love today.
As the countdown to Hillhead 2018 draws closer, members of the Institute of Quarrying (IQ) are encouraged to introduce a friend or colleague to membership at the IQ stand (RB26) for the chance to walk away with an array of exclusive rewards.