Labour Minister Kate Wilkinson has today announced the appointment of Tony Forster as Chief Inspector for mines in the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s High Hazards Unit Read more..
The latest IOQNZ September 2012 Newsletter is now available Notes from the President Executive Activity Continuing Professional Development Wellington Conference EXITO MinEx IoQ Website IOQ Excellence Awards by Carol Delaney Recording Our History Article from Minex Newsletter New members Advanced Engineering Group Ltd Open Day Read more. .
The launch of Profiles in Stone – Stories from New Zealand Quarrymen has been the culmination of nearly three years work behind the scenes. Louise Foord and co-author Neil Clayton interviewed the folks whose stories are told in the book. There’s a chapter on the inspectors too, who many regarded as close friends. And stories […]
As Mike Ross was recently in Christchurch, the opportunity was taken at short notice for for him to present his paper from this year’s IOQ/AQA Conference at a Canterbury meeting. A good attendance was rewarded with the interesting history of Rock Products The story as it unfolds is accompanied by a slide show. This at […]
The members present at Canterbury Branch meeting held on 21 May 2008 in Christchurch endorsed the election of Andrew Mahon as Chairman. Andrew is a member of the IOQNZ Executive Committee, and works with Isaac Construction Company. Isaacs have a motto – “combining construction with conservation” , and the company has received many awards for […]
The Canterbury Branch of the Institute of Quarrying NZ (Inc) had a very busy week at the end of February 2006 commencing with a branch meeting on Monday 27th February at the Equestrian Hotel Christchurch, with a strong turn out – 48 members in attendance. New members received their Institute of Quarrying scrolls as well […]
The most recent branch meeting was held on 30 May 2005 at Hornby Working Men?s Club Christchurch Branch members and interested parties were welcomed to the meeting by Rob Kennington (standing in for George Mitchell). George Mitchell tendered his resignation as Canterbury Branch Chairman due to ill health. We would like to thank George for […]
Filling the shoes of Rob Kennington has not been easy. The Canterbury Branch is pleased to announce the appointment of George Mitchell (Metso Minerals) as its new chairman.