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Reminder: Please get your release forms and videos submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. no later than Nov. 30th 2022 to be included.

If selected, your video will be part of the overall 2023 Blaster’s Round-Up Video program on Sunday, February 5, 2023 showcasing the excellent work taking place in the field.

Formerly known as the ISEE Gala, The All Clear Cheers and Beer Bash is going to be a BLAST!

The theme will be country and yes, there WILL be country line dancing, so please wear your best cowboy hats + boots!

Join leading experts in blasting, drilling, vibration and government affairs, attendees from more than 20 countries and over 125 exhibitors at the 49th Annual Conference on Explosives & Blasting Technique. Share ideas and discover the latest techniques and technology that will help propel your professional development. Many states recognize ISEE training for continuing education and recertification hours. 

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About the Annual Conference on Explosives & Blasting Technique

The ISEE Annual Conference on Explosives & Blasting Technique will be held Feb. 4-8, 2023, at the Grand Hyatt in San Antonio, Texas. The conference, created by the International Society of Explosives Engineers (ISEE), is the largest conference in the blasting community, fostering discussions and presentations on the latest explosives-related technology and techniques.

Show off your marksmanship skills while helping a good cause during the 20th Annual ISEE Clay Shoot on Saturday, Feb 4, 2023.

Located at Moyesway Shooting Sports, 12601 FM 20, Kingsbury, Texas 78638, the clay shoot includes 100 targets.

Ammo and lunch will be provided to each pre-registered shooter. Registration for the shoot is $150 per shooter. Eye protection is required, and ear protection will be provided. There will be a limited number of guns available for rent.
Proceeds from the clay shoot benefit the SEE Education Foundation Children’s Fund, which helps families of those killed or injured in commercial explosives accidents. 


It was a great turn out Sunday, Jan. 30, 2022, as nearly 250 people headed out to the Mob Museum for the Emerging Professionals Social.

Situated in a three-floor historical U.S. Post Office and Courthouse built in 1933, the Mob Museum is full of historical relics from the olden days of bootlegging and organized crime. Attendees were treated to food and drinks as they walked the halls of this one-of-a-kind museum.

Recognition awards were given out in the evening to the volunteers who helped with the Explosives Everyday! project, including: Jim Redyke, Roberto Folchi, Ron Gilbert, Mark Johnson, Amanda Mclean, Tassilo Baur, Richard O'Meara, Jim Daley, Jason Baird, Brian Gorsage, Mark Ganster, Kyle Perry, Jerry Wallace, Kristen Kolden, Jared Redyke, Chuck Dowding, Cathy Aimone-Martin, Joseph Meyers, Ralph Burnham, Kelly Ratliff, Kristie Bishop, Brian Lewis, Johan Gjodvad and Drew Martin. Alastair Torrance was recognized for his role as the series host, and Travis Davidsavor was recognized for his contribution as project lead and moderator for each episode.

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