Hunter Sub Branch Networking Dinner

The IQA Hunter Sub Branch invite you to our Networking Dinner Meeting to be held on Thursday 21 July.

Date:     Thursday 21 July 2022

Time:     5:45pm – 9:00pm 

Venue:   Club Macquarie | 458 Lake Road, Argenton NSW


IQA Hunter Sub Branch are pleased to announce our next networking dinner to be at Club Macquarie in Argenton (Lake Macquarie)

The Hunter Sub Branch have developed a great program for the evening, including a presentation from the NSW Resources Regulator on the NSW Maintenance of Competency scheme which is sure to be of interest to all of our guests.


Joining us as a special guest speaker on the night will be Craig Tickner, Group General Manager of Controlled Engineering Solutions and Safety Compliance Resources who'll be offering an insightful presentation to the group. 

IQA Networking meetings are a fantastic opportunity to connect with your industry 
colleagues and hear from industry experts on relevant issues and innovative initiatives within the Quarrying and Associated industries. Details on our special guest presenter for the evening are being confirmed and will be announced soon!


Member $75.00 | Non Member $90.00 (learn more about IQA Membership here)
Registrations include; networking dinner, drinks and industry presentations.


IQA Member:  $75
Non Member: $90
Registrations include; networking dinner, drinks and industry presentations.

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Did you know....the IQA are hosting a Supervising for Safety Workshop at this venue on the same day? The full day workshop runs from 8:00am - 5:00pm hosted by facilitator, Chris Georgiou of TASAC Solutions. This workshop has been designed to prepare Quarry Supervisors to meet their obligations for managing workplace risk, and provide them with the skills to effectively supervise and lead for safety. For further information and to register, click here.

With thanks to our event sponsor


Is this Session for you?

All quarrying and extractive industry operators, suppliers and associated industries are welcome to attend.
This event is hosted by the Institute of Quarrying NSW Hunter Sub-Branch for IQA Members and Associates.


COVID-19 Event Attendance
The IQA is managing all its events inline with Government COVID guidelines.  To attend this event, we will require you to adhere to the following measures:

  •  Do not attend if you are displaying signs/symptoms of COVID-19 (these typically include fever, cough, and shortness of breath)
  • Wear a mask if you are a household contact of someone with COVID-19 or waiting on PCR test results
  • Maintain a minimum of 1.5m distance where possible Wear a mask in confined areas, eg. bus, lifts, entry/exit points, etc
  • Maintain good hygiene practice


All information is correct at the time of publication.  The IQA reserves the right to alter or delete items as required, and takes no responsibility for any errors, omissions or changes. 

21/07/2022 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
Club Macquarie 458 Lake Road Argenton, NSW 2284 AUSTRALIA
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