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IOQNZ Newsletter - Mar 2020

IOQNZ Newsletter – Mar 2020

President’s Report 2020 IOQNZ Webinars QuarryNZ Conference postponed Waikato / BOP Branch Report Auckland Branch Report Canterbury Branch Report Passing of Bruce Hayhow Outstanding Membership Invoices Passing of Neil Jarrett Minex Update Educational Report 2020 Jim Macdona;d Memorial Lecture Tour dates 2020 Emergency Management Course Worksafe / Mining Board of Examiners Covid19 update Metso’s new […]

Worksafe – Covid19 update

At 11.59pm 25/03/2020 the COVID-19 alert level 4 commenced. This week WorkSafe has received enquiries from high hazard duty holders seeking guidance in identifying if their sites are “essential services”. WorkSafe have released information on their website to assist you. It is not WorkSafe’s role to determine if you are an essential or non-essential service. However, we understand in […]

WorkSafe Update 24.3.20

Our COVID-19 update WorkSafe New Zealand, The New Zealand Mining Board of Examiners (the Board) and the Secretariat understand the serious concerns industry has about COVID-19 and the possible effects of isolation measures, introduced by the Government, on the ability of Certificate of Competence (CoC) holders to complete CPD and to apply for and renew […]

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 […]

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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 […]

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 […]

IOQNZ June 2017 Newsletter

IOQNZ June 2017 Newsletter President’s Report New Conference Format Branch Reports Conference CPD Hours 2017 CPD Training Schedule BOE Update Keith Niederer Passes Jim Macdonald Lecture Tour MinEx Update MITO Update WorkSafe—CPD on-line Pocket Guide—Training New Members / Upgrades

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Newsletter March 2017

March 2017 Newsletter President’s Report Branch reports QuarryNZ Conference Update Jim Macdonald Lecture Tour 2017 CPD Training Schedule Drilling & Blasting Course MinEx Update Award Nominations MITO Update Members Survey Results Advertisement—AEG Board of Examiners Update CPD—Online Upgrade MIMICO Article Advertisement—CMS Ltd New Members Other newsletters

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Jim Macdonald Memorial Lecture Tour

The Jim Macdonald Memorial Lecture Tour has been arranged by the IOQNZ to various branches during May June 2017: May 22 Northland (Whangarei) May 23 Auckland May 24 Waikato / Bay of Plenty (Matamata) May 25 Central Districts (Palmerston North) May 29 Canterbury (Nelson) May 31 Canterbury (Christchurch) Jun 01 Otago / Southland (Dunedin) Guest […]

Mike Haynes (McCallum Bros) received Trimble "Best employee for 2016" from Bruce Warner.

Mentor and Best Employee Awarded at IOQ AK function

The IOQ Auckland branch Christmas function has been synonymous with the spirit of Christmas – in 2016 Starship Hospital was chosen as the recipient of our charity raffle. Howwver there were some new things to celebrate: Chis Edmonds has been with Winstones for 30 years and has a special manner to encourage his staff. Other […]