Join us for a highly memorable night at the spectacular Skyline Queenstown, with stunning 270 degree views over the Queenstown skyline and Lake Wakatipu. Starting with a gondola ride to the top, this picturesque venue will be a great setting for our guest MC to lead us through an exciting night, including the inaugural Mining Excellence Awards, recognising excellence in the New Zealand minerals sector. The gala dinner will have fine wine and food, entertainment and plenty of networking time.
Date: Tuesday 29th May 2018
Venue: Skyline Queenstown
Time: 7 - 10.30pm
Ticket price: $165.00 + GST
The Minerals Sector Awards present an opportunity to recognise, reward, and celebrate excellence within the minerals and mining sector. This includes coal, gold, iron sands, industrial minerals, aggregates and a range of other minerals.
There are three categories for entry;
- Health and Safety Initiative Award
Awarded to the organisation responsible for implementing an innovative and effective health and safety programme in the minerals, mining, and quarrying sector.
- Innovation Award
Awarded to the organisation who has positively influenced the minerals, mining and quarrying sector by contributing a new technology or initiative.
- Environmental Management Award
Award for the strongest overall demonstration of excellence in environmental management and preservation.
|Entry Forms Available||Now||Click here to request your entry forms|
|Entries Close||16th March, 2018||Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Finalists Announced||19th April, 2018|
|Awards Night||29th May, 2018||At the Skyline, Queenstown|
Editor, Inside Resources
After a career in international relations, Bernie switched to journalism in 1999, reporting on science and environment for The Evening Post, and then The Dominion Post. In 2003 he moved to the Department of Conservation where he designed and ran media training for DOC staff, worked in communications based in Wellington, and, later, policy. From 2010 Bernie was Policy Manager at Straterra, the NZ minerals industry advocacy body, working in communications, including the Straterra web site, and in resource management policy.
New Zealand Branch Chair, AusIMM
Dean has a 30 year career in coal resources, mining projects and operations, and major geotechnical projects. Much of this experience was working as an exploration, mining or engineering geologist, then technical, project, operations and senior management roles. During his time with Solid Energy, he managed the national exploration programme for many years (LTI free), coal projects programme, land and mineral acquisitions, led the Coal R&D programme, and was a member of the H&S committee responsible for high risk standards. Dean has been actively involved on the committee of the NZ Branch of AusIMM, and is currently Branch Chair.
Principal Advisor – Consents, Environment Waikato
Sheryl currently hold the position of Principal Advisor – Consents within the Resource Use Directorate at the Waikato Regional Council. In this role, Sheryl is responsible for managing complex resource consent applications and the monitoring of associated consents in the regulatory space. Prior to working at the Waikato Regional Council, she was employed by the Waikato Raupatu Lands Trust as an Environmental Officer. Sheryl holds a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Waikato, the certificate in Making Good Decisions with the Chair endorsement, and has held the commissioner certification since 2008 and the Chair endorsement since 2011. She is currently managing applications and monitoring associated with municipal water takes, precious metal mining, geothermal expansions and subdivisions.
Manager, Minerals West Coast Trust
Peter has been a trustee of Minerals West Coast Trust since its inception, and took on the role of Manager at the beginning of 2010. He has a background in training and education and was employed as Director of National and Industry Training at Tai Poutini Polytechnic prior to taking on the role with Minerals West Coast. Peter is currently involved in driving a project to promote the prospectivity of the West Coast region to national and international investors. He meets regularly with representatives of Central and local Government, the media and community organisations to promote the interests of the regions mineral industry.