Geology, Geology Talk, International News, News

Melting rock models predict mechanical origins of earthquakes

  Engineering academics have devised a model that can predict the early mechanical behaviours and origins of earthquakes in multiple …
Editor's Desk, OH&S Products, Safety

Why safety shouldn’t be a lofty Christmas ideal

Taking it to the end of 2019 and spending Christmas with our families and friends ought to be a relief …
Education, OH&S News, President’s Desk, Safety, Training

IQA membership value more than just the education on offer

It’s an exciting time for the Institute of Quarrying Australia. I have to thank Clayton Hill for his leadership and …
Geology Talk

The elements of surprise

As we close out the year, Bill Langer acknowledges some of the elements on the Periodic Table, which was first …
Geology, Geology Talk

Steel: A global product for the US market

In 2018 the USA imposed steel tariffs on all but four countries outside North America (including Australia). Bill Langer explains …
President’s Desk

Gearing up for a busy 2019 in professional development

The IQA is poised to revamp its education and training offerings this year. <strong>Clayton Hill</strong> explains the benefits of the revamped program for members and how it will contribute to sustainable growth and longevity for the Institute ...
Geology, Geology Talk

Celebrating a golden anniversary

Bill Langer this month commemorates a milestone in his personal life, but will his wife Pam accept his golden gift?
Editor's Desk

Will the good ships of quarrying encounter stormy weather?

The crystal ball is back! Damian Christie discusses which states and territories are getting the most out of our current infrastructure boom - and as a result whether the quarrying industry is equipped to leverage off this activity ...
Geology Talk

Made to order screens

Locker Group’s extensive range of screen media, which is renowned for its efficiency and extended wear life, can now be customised to quarrying producers’ expectations.
Geology Talk

Hey! Have you got rocks in your head?

Continuing his exploration of the periodic table, <strong>Bill Langer</strong> this month examines the mineral elements on which the brain relies for sustenance and growth …
Editor's Desk

Taking on Tier 4 engines

Tier 4 Final engines are not compulsory in Australia but, thanks to the innovations of OEMs, the nation is inexorably following the global transition in engine evolution. For operations feeling the ‘pressure’ to switch, how they approach the change could be vital to implementing fuel savings.

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