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Quarry Magazine

 

Quarry is the official publication of the Institute of Quarrying Australia (IQA), and is produced under license. With learning being a continuously evolving practise, the IQA provides education and information to all levels of the quarrying industry's workforce to promote safe work practices and further develop career growth. IQA workshops are offered online and face to face, with both formats providing an equal opportunity to broaden the scope of a person's professional development. The IQA also provides opportunities for quarrying professionals to network and socialise via conference and branch meetings, and to volunteer within the organisation, which in turn promotes professional growth and development.

Quarry is a valuable reference tool positioned as a must-read for quarry owners, operators, recyclers and members of the extractive industries. It is highly targeted and is read by key decision-makers who purchase and specify quarrying plant equipment.  It is also widely read by suppliers to the industry.

Quarry is distributed nationally to all members of the Institute of Quarrying Australia (IQA) and individual paid subscribers. It is also directly mailed to a well-targeted database of industry suppliers and other relevant professionals.

When it comes to gaining the attention of the senior decision makers in the quarrying industry, Quarry delivers a "waste free" media option and an ideal platform to help deliver that market-share edge.

For more information, please visit quarrymagazine.com.au

Editorial: Damian Christie - [email protected]

The IQA is seeking to appoint a Content Advisor for Quarry Magazine.  For details and deliverables click here.

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Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia

 

Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia (CCAA) is the peak body for the heavy construction materials industry in Australia. The IQA and the CCAA work collaboratively in the industry to support a range of key initiatives such as:

  • National bi-ennial conference - CMIC
  • State based health, safety and environment conference and seminars
  • Technical information

The role of CCAA is to support the maintenance of the overall industry operation by:

  • Building and understanding of the industry and its role with stakeholders
  • Maintain existing, and develop new markets, for members' products
  • Advocate for and influence the application and use of members' products
  • Influence development of codes and standards to support the use of members' products
  • Demonstrate the industry's sustainability credentials
  • Encourage collaboration and networking across the industry
  • Supply and share information to support the industry

For more information, please visit ccaa.com.au