We start the month of June with a stark reminder of just how much has changed for everyone over the last few months....
As this issue of Quarry Management lands on your desk, we mark another step in our journey through the COVID-19 pandemic. Last month we were preparing ourselves for the early effects of the virus; now we are seeing the full extent of its short-term impact.
A joint statement from IQ President Phil Redmond and IQ Chairman Martin Riley
We are all faced with the daily challenges of making sure that we deliver the best results for our companies, teams, customers, communities and for ourselves。 In my last column I reflected on competence and its importance for delivering an efficient, safe and healthy industry。
As we all settle back into work after the seasonal break, many of us will be re-evaluating our professional lives and setting new goals for the year ahead.....
What a year 2019 finally turned out to be; a changing of the prime ministerial guard, a snap election and whichever way we may feel about it individually, hopefully, a resolution to the impasse of Brexit.
It’s not certain what next year will bring for the country or our industry, but as the end of 2019 approaches, I think that we can be positive and proud of our progress and that of our colleagues in the sector....
It is hard to believe that a year has passed since the IQ Fellows’ Lunch and Student Awards at the Tower of London. It was a great environment to celebrate the successes of students from the University of Derby Centre for Mineral Products. I look forward to returning this November to celebrate another year of academic achievements.
Celebrating what we do in the mineral extractives sector is something we should do more often.
Every now and again it is worth taking time to reflect that what each of us does in our daily jobs plays a small but important part in a much bigger global industry and profession, driving social and economic development and growth。。。。