Recognising and celebrating the contributions made by women in the industrials sector, the Women in Industry Awards took place on September 8.
Young Member Network provides opportunity for building connections
The Young Member Network is giving young members of the extractive industry who are a part of the IQA the chance to network and make crucial connections with others in the industry. Read more
The gold standard
A successful day at the IQA National Conference was followed by a night of excellence as a lucky few went home with awards to commemorate their hard work.
IQA now hiring
The Institute of Quarrying Australia (IQA) is looking to hire an events co-coordinator based in Melbourne, Vic on a part-time basis.
A model approach to leadership
Ali Walker’s presentation on leadership at the IQA National Conference empowered people to connect with their inner leader.
Global first for the Caernarfon Award
Groundwork Plus director Tegan Smith is the first woman to win the Caernarfon Award after being nominated by the IQA.
A good night to be a winner
John Stanton has been a key figure in the resources industry for over 20 years, and he shows no signs of slowing down.
Health and safety is important, but what about mental safety?
Speaking at the recent National Conference, IQA President Shane Braddy examined why mental health is as vital to a business as physical safety, and what his organisation is doing to help ensure people are supported.
Taking a systems approach
John Deere is keen to show that its approach to quarrying looks beyond individual machines and takes in the whole operation.
Re-think, re-source, re-engage
After a number of COVID-related changes and delays, the Institute of Quarrying Australia National Conference has come roaring back onto the industry’s calendar.