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IOQNZ March 2018 Newsletter

March 2018 IOQNZ Newsletter available Features: President’s Report Canterbury Branch Report Waikato / BOP Branch Report Central Districts Branch Report Marlborough / Tasman Branch Report Northland Branch Report Auckland Branch Report Otago / Southland Branch Report Wellington Branch Meeting WorkSafe appoints new Chief Inspector Extractives Award Nominations Now Open 2018 IOQ NZ Awards 2018 CPD […]

Waikato / Bay of Plenty Branch – Omya Field Trip

Waikato / Bay of Plenty Branch Meeting and Field Trip OMYA 260 Hangatiki East Rd, Te Kuiti Tour starts at 6pm sharp, so be there early please. 10th April 2018 Sponsored by Real Steel BBQ and Refreshments to Finish Please note your captured CPD hours for this will be 1hr Formal and 0.5hr Informal operating […]

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Auckland Branch Technical Meeting

When: Tue March 20th, 6:00pm for 6:15pm start Sponsor: Liebherr New Zealand Location: 10 Crooks Road, East Tamaki, 2013, Auckland PRESENTATIONS: Rodney Pilbrow, of Pilbrow Surveying “Advances in Surveying for Quarries” A brief run down on topographic surveying then talk about photogrammetry and laser scanning. Clare Dring of Fulton Hogan, Discuss latest on NZTA TNZ […]

Northland Branch – technical evening

Time/ Date: 6pm 7th March 2018 Venue: LC HYDRAULICS, 120 PORT ROAD, WHANGAREI Book CPD Claim: 1.5 Hours, Formal Learning o Operating and Safety Systems, 0.75hr o Management 0.75 hr Sponsor(s): This event is kindly sponsored by: Lincoln Crene Hydraulics BroLube System Drivers Ltd Presentations: BroLube will present on Clean air solutions,…cabin air over-pressure and […]

Branch Meeting – Waikato /BOP

Sponsored by GOUGH CAT HAMILTON Where: 131 Maui Street Hamilton When: 13th February 2018 6.30pm Speaker: Wayne Scott, CEO Minex Presentation on Worker health, specifically air emissions. BBQ and drinks to finish off 1 hour CPD – formal / Leadership Remember your $5 for the raffle. Contact: James West M: 029 299-8909 E: james.west@goughcat.co.nz IOQ […]

Branch Meeting – Otago/Southland Branch

Sponsored by Inside Resources on 7:30 p.m Thursday 22 February 2018 At Wain’s Hotel, 310 Princess St, Dunedin. Matt Freeman, Managing Director for Freeman Media who publish Inside Resources, and Bernie Napp the editor of Insider Resources will present – An update on the coal and gold mining sectors Mining in New Zealand is currently […]

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Quarry Operator – Websters Hydrated Lime

Quarry Operator Required. Websters is a family owned and operated Limestone quarry and Lime manufacturing plant, based in Havelock North. We have been in operation for over 70 years and pride ourselves on our ability to deliver quality products in a timely and cost effective manner. We are looking for a self-motivated Quarry operator with […]

Marlborough / Tasman Branch Committee 2017<br />Kyle Paddon, Neil McKay, Andy Allen, Neil Kydd (Chairman), Trevor Newport (Secretary), Troy Adamson

Marlborough / Tasman – IOQNZ’s latest Branch

Congratulations are in order. Support for a new Institute of Quarrying New Zealand branch to cater for members in the northern area of the South Island has been steadily growing since July 2016. IOQNZ Canterbury Branch chairman Gavin Parker agreed with Transdiesel’s Brian Docherty that “if Blenheim-based Neil Kydd could be chairman of the very […]

Courses – Electrical Awareness

Presenter: Lionel Smith Venues to be advised Electrical Awareness for Quarry Managers and Supervisors This course is based on AS/NZ Standards and is more focused on what to look for within the Quarry Industry in terms of electrical awareness. It is run by a Mining/Quarrying electrical inspector from Australia. It does not give the training […]

Graham FERGUSSON
1947-2017

Graham Fergusson passes

It is with great sadness that we advise the passing of Graham Fergusson (Ferg) on 3 August 2017, aged 69. Graham took over the Niederer Machinery business in the early 1990’s calling it Niemac, agents for Astec, Telsmith, JCI, KPI crushers and screens. He loved developing new pieces of equipment to cater for specialist needs. […]