Zimbabwe National Institute of Rock Engineering (ZINIRE) is an institute affiliated to the International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM) as a National Group and to the Chamber of Mines Zimbabwe. The institute seeks through its members to initiate and give effect to the means by which the requirements of technological advancement and scientific knowledge in the rock engineering sector of Zimbabwe’s mining and civil engineering industries are satisfied.
Benefits accruing to members are derived from the following activities of the Institute.
a. Development of the strata control and rock engineering profession through seminars, conferences and other training opportunities;
b. Dissemination of rock engineering related information through publications, conference proceedings and the Institute’s web site;
c. Furthering research in the field of rock engineering through the identification of suitable topics and questions found to be in need of investigation.
(click here to download ZINIRE’s constitution and learn more about the benefits)
DONATIONS & SPONSORSHIPS
For any sponsorship and donations please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the button below
We still appeal to our local suppliers, students and geotechnical practitioners to consider being part of the National Rock Engineering Institute as it shapes and defines the route research and development in all geotechnical related aspects will take in future.
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COMSCC Practical Examination Results
Please download COMSCC Results from the link below.
UNKI MINE VISIT (30 November 2017)
All members are invited to a technical visit at Unki Mine. You have to arrive at the mine at 0800 hrs for access cards, medicals and induction.
Those intending be part of the visit should confirm attendance by 23-11-2017 and supply PPE sizes (gumboots and overalls) on the Whatsapp group or contact the Secretary General Mr. A. Mubvumbi firstname.lastname@example.org
Please confirm your attendance by 23 November 2017.
Access control to underground is strictly bio-metric. No medicals/Induction record – No access card & No entry into underground so please be on time!
Please circulate this information to other members