Do you have a knack for photography and some great shots of a recent job you’d like to share? Take your camera on your next job site and upload your best pictures. Qualifying entries will be displayed through ISEE’s social media channels where anyone can vote.
Voting will be open to all. The Best of Show winner will receive a free registration to the 47th annual conference. Winners will be announced on social media.
The entry deadline has been extended to Jan. 22. Visit the photo contest page today to see all the categories and enter your pictures.
Have you recently worked on a project that focuses on fragmentation by blasting? This is your chance to get your research published.
Submit your paper, including tables, graphics and images to the editors-in-chief at the link below. Be sure to state the name of the paper and the purpose of publication in the journal when submitting.
Edited and reviewed by expert researchers, industry professionals and academics, Blasting and Fragmentation presents contemporary analysis of engineering practices as related to explosives application to rock. It is published twice a year.
Register now for the largest regional drill and blast conference in the country. The Kentucky Blasting Conference will be held Dec. 10-11, 2020, at the Galt House in Louisville, Ky., and will feature presentations covering various topics like underground blasting, construction and quarry blasting, drilling, regulatory topics and other general topics such as fragmentation and vibrations.
There will also be a Kentucky blaster exam test prep course and the opportunity to take the Kentucky blaster exam for those in-state.
The ISEE Board of Directors Election is now underway. Eligible voters, all members in good standing, with the exception, of student members, can cast votes until Nov. 30, 2020. Full and emeritus members are also eligible to vote for several amendments to the constitution.
Eligible voters with an email on file should have received an email with step-by-step instructions for casting a vote online. Members who don’t have an email address on file will soon be receiving print ballots in the mail.
Newly elected officers and directors will take office after the virtual membership meeting in February 2021.