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The Australian Aluminium Council is the peak industry association representing the Australian aluminium industry. The Council's members are the companies operating in each of the following sectors: Bauxite mining Alumina refining Aluminium metal production ... More

Semi-fabricated aluminium production and distribution
The Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists Inc. (AACAI) is an organisation for professionals working in all fields of contract and public archaeology. It aims to uphold and promote the discipline and to advance the welfare of members. AACAI has a Constitution, a Code of Ethics and a Consulting with Aboriginal Communities Policy Document.... More

It is affiliated with the Australian Archaeological Association Inc and is a Foundation Member of the Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences.
The Australian Coal Industry's Research Program (ACARP) is a unique and highly successful mining research program that has been running in Australia since it was established in 1992. It is 100% owned and funded by all Australian black coal producers through a five cents per tonne levy paid on saleable coal.... More

ACARP's research covers a wide range of important areas including all aspects of the production and utilisation of black coal including health, safety and the environment.

ACARP has contributed to Australian coal research in a way that individual companies could not have otherwise achieved. It combines resources and expertise from individual producers and shares the risks and benefits across the industry. The ACARP model has effectively demonstrated the wisdom of pooling research funds with the benefit of considerable leverage of R&D expenditures to address wider industry problems.

Research and technology will remain critical in sustaining future competitiveness in an industry faced with technical, operational and human resource challenges as mines became deeper and the best quality deposits are depleted.

Through an annual round of funding ACARP supports those projects that enjoy industry wide support and involvement.

Each year the ACARP Committees select approximately 70 projects from the 300 submitted. These projects are detailed in our Yearly Report. The selection and approval processes are set out in the calendar and approval structure.
Australian Drilling Industry Association (ADIA) is a not-for-profit organisation with about 800 members who are drilling contractors, suppliers, consultants and regulators. Their businesses are active in the minerals exploration, mining, coal seam gas, groundwater and civil infrastructure sectors.... More

Our members are at the forefront of drilling technology that increases safety, productivity and business outcomes.
Geomechanics is the application of engineering and geological principles to the behaviour of the ground and ground water and the use of these principles in civil, mining, offshore and environmental engineering in the widest sense. The Australian Geomechanics Society was founded in 1970. Its origins lie in the National Committee of Soil Mechanics of ... Morethe Institution of Engineers, Australia established in 1953 and the call for a corresponding society in rock mechanics. In 1973 the society was expanded to include the third discipline of engineering geology and has remained substantially unchanged since that date.

The society is affiliated with:

International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ISSMGE)

International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM)

International Association of Engineering Geology and the Environment (IAGE)

The AGS produces Australian Geomechanics the newsletter and journal of the Society and specialty conferences, symposia, seminars and workshops, including the four yearly ANZ Geomechanics conference. Australian Geomechanics is published four times a year. The AGS is jointly sponsored by the Institution of Engineers Australia and the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.
The Australian Institute of Mine Surveyors (AIMS) provides professional representation to government, industry and educational organisations on mine surveying issues around Australia. AIMS actively supports qualified mine surveyors in maintaining their competency by conducting regular Continuing Professional Development events, including an annual ... Moremajor Conference. AIMS also plays a significant role in mentoring the next generation of mine surveyors.

AIMS membership is comprised of Registered and Authorised Mine Surveyors from the coal and metalliferous industries, assistant surveyors, surveying students and retired surveyors.

Membership is open to qualified mine surveyors, assistants and students from throughout Australia and overseas.
The Australasian Land & Groundwater Association (ALGA) was formed to provide a forum and identity for the Australasian contaminated land and groundwater industry, and to support the many professionals working in the field. The core focus of this association is to support advances in the prevention, assessment and remediation of contaminated land ... Moreand groundwater.

ALGA has a broad base of members including land owners, property developers, industry, consultants, scientist, contractors, regulatory agency staff, government, the legal profession, laboratory staff, financiers, insurers, researchers and academics.
The Australian Mining Association (AMA) is an industry association in Australia, with members ranging over the whole mining industry, working alongside related organisations in Australia and overseas and co-operates wherever possible with them. Expansion to include related organisations in additional countries is planned.
The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) is the most successful body representing the mining and mineral exploration industry in Australia. Our purpose is to facilitate a positive political and economic environment to grow the exploration and mining industry on behalf of our members. AMEC's main drivers are focussed on reducing the ... Morecost of doing business for our members and increasing exploration, discovery and mining opportunities. With the largest membership base in the resources industry, we have proven influence
and credibility to create positive change.
Mining industry organisations and associations play a key role in creating and promoting mining-related services. Opportunities are abundant for students, graduates, professionals, and companies to create and maintain networks, stay up-to-date with mining activities, operations, and research and developments. 

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