A Notice from the Board of Surveyors in 1983 still rings true. While getting prepared for his move to his new office in the McKell Building near Central Station, David Job, Director of Cadastral Integrity in the Office of the Registrar General, found the following notice from the Board of Surveyors issued in November 1983.
The 2017 AIMS Conference Organising Committee has extended the deadline for the submission of abstracts of papers for presentation at the 2017 Hunter Valley AIMS Conference from the 13 to 16 September.
One of the issues identified as a concern to mining surveyors in NSW last year was a lack of certainty in whether a person qualified to be a “survey assistant” as defined under the Board’s Combined Determination.
AIMS, in partnership with Glencore's Mount Isa Mines, offers a diversity scholarship - the Glencore-Tim Underhill Diversity Scholarship in Mine Surveying - to attract more females to study mine surveying.