Australasian Explosives
Industry Safety Group Inc.

Australasian Explosives Industry Safety Group Inc.

The primary goal of AEISG is to continuously improve the level of safety and security throughout the manufacture, transport, storage, handling and use of explosives and their precursors (e.g. AN, ANEs) throughout Australasia.

 

Members

Dyno Nobel Asia Pacific
www.dynonobel.com/apac
 
CSBP
www.csbp.com.au
 
Nitro Sibir Australia
www.nitrosibir.com.au
 
AET
www.appliedexplosives.com
 
Thales Australia
www.thalesgroup.com.au
Orica Australia
www.orica.com
 
Hanwha Mining Services 
www.hanwhacorp.co.kr/eng
 
Platinum Blasting Services
www.platinumblasting.com
 
Austin Powder Australia
www.austinpowder.com.au
 
Goldfields Explosives
www.goldfieldsexplosives.com.au
Enaex Australia
www.enaex.com/au/en
 
JOHNEX Explosives
www.johnex.com.au
 
Redbull Powder Co
www.redbullpowder.co.nz
 
DG Air Freight
www.dgair.com.au
BME
www.bme.co.za
 
Maxam Australia
www.maxamcorp.com
 
Solar Mining Services
www.solar-sms.com.au
 
Glencore Coal Mining 
www.glencore.com.au
AEISG acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work, and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise the connection to their land, their waters and surrounding communities and acknowledge their history here and sharing of knowledge.

News

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The Australasian Explosives Industry Safety Group Incorporated (AEISG) is pleased to announce that a new Code of Practice, ‘Storage and Handling of Solid Ammonium Nitrate’, Edition 1, June 2022 has been released and is available on the Codes of Practice tab of this website, or click on this link below. AEISG Codes of Practice are developed in the interests of...

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The Australasian Explosives Industry Safety Group (AEISG) is pleased to announce that a new Code of Practice, ‘Import of Explosives’ has been released, and is available on this website. Go to the Code of Practices section to download this new code. AEISG Codes of Practice (CoP) are developed in the interests of improving safety and security in the handling of...

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United Nations Model Regulations for the Transport of Dangerous Goods accepts Electronic Detonators

Following continued submissions by AEISG, the UN Committee of Experts has agreed to include new entries for Electronic Detonators in the International Model Regulations.

For safety reasons, there has been a need to effectively differentiate between ‘Electric Detonators’ and ‘Electronic Detonators’ – explosives articles employing vastly different technologies. However,...

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