The current CEO of AEISG has indicated an intention to retire and hence the association is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified candidates interested in taking on this significant part-time role leading into 2021.
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Topic: Explosives Waste
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Following continued submissions by AEISG, the UN Committee of Experts has agreed to include new entries for Electronic Detonators in the International Model Regulations.
National Transport Commission exempts MPUs from the ADG Code
Australian Forum Of Explosives Regulators approves labelling changes for Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers (FIBCs) containing explosives.
The international explosives industry association SAFEX has recently issued its new Good Practice Guide (GPG06(1)) covering the transportation of technical grade ammonium nitrate.
The Institute of Makers of Explosives in America has recently approved the application from AEISG to become one of its Liaison Members.
MEDIA RELEASE SWA progresses national consistency in explosives regulation
The explosives industry in Australia has once again called on the Federal Government to implement national explosives controls.