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Monthly bulletin: March IQ Branch Events

South Wales branch CPD technical event

With Institute of Quarrying (IQ) branches covering all corners of the UK, members are invited to attend events to develop their skills and meet like-minded industry professionals.   

From Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Days focusing on health and wellbeing, presentations from the Health and Safety Executive and social dinner dance, find out what’s happening across the IQ Branch network in March.

IQ Derbyshire

  • HSE Hot Topics with Cath Pickett from HSE, 25 March

IQ Lancashire

  • CPD Day on Health & Wellbeing, 10 March

IQ London & Home Counties

  • Joint meeting with the SEQLG - Geotechnical Presentation, 19 March

IQ North Wales

  • Presentation by Roy Bush of Min Exp, 31 March

IQ North of England

  • AGM followed by Adrian Jurg, HSE on an overview on respirable crystalline silica, 24 March

IQ Scotland

  • Joint meeting with IOM3 - Geotechnical engineering challenges in the extreme Antarctic by Jim Shields and Ross Scullion of BAM Ritchies, 10 March

IQ South Wales

  • AGM with a technical presentation by Mr Simon Bolitho for ECP Ltd on ‘Calculate the Blasting Danger Zone’, 25 March

IQ West of England

  • Hot Topics by Simon Edwards from HSE, 9 March

IQ Yorkshire

  • MPSkills Virtual Reality Training & Competence by Neil Peacock & Chris Stanford from MP Skills, 10 March
  • Dinner Dance, 21 March.

For all the latest IQ branch news, events, and contacts visit www.quarrying.org/branch-news.

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