The Society of Explosives Engineers Education Foundation is seeking donations of unique items for the annual auction to be held during ISEE’s 43rd Annual Conference on Explosives & Blasting Technique in Orlando, Fla., Jan. 29 – Feb. 1, 2017. We hope you will be able to help.
This auction is a great opportunity to showcase your company name at the conference and help the foundation raise money for the ISEE Scholarship Fund. Since the foundation’s inception, over 500 scholarships valued at more than $500,000 have been awarded.
There are endless possibilities for donations, such as trips, gourmet food, collectibles and antiques (especially explosives related), recreational items, weekend getaway packages, artwork, and regional items, for example:
Unique, special or otherwise nice additions – Want to make someone’s conference experience extra special? How about arranging limousine service to/from the airport to the conference hotel? Theme park tickets, dinner packages to an exclusive restaurant or behind-the-scenes tour of a local attraction or place of interest.
The foundation is tax-exempt in the U.S., and your contribution can be claimed as a charitable contribution at fair market value. The donor will be recognized, with the item donated, at the conference and in the Journal of Explosives Engineering magazine.
To make the auction process flow as smoothly as possible, we need your commitment to donate your item(s) by no later than Dec. 30, 2016. We will also need the following information for each donation:
Thank you in advance for your support. This is a great cause and a chance to give something back to our industry.
For a limited time only, the Explosives Reference Database has been marked down to $360 for both ISEE members and non-members.
The reference database contains the complete proceedings from all annual conferences on Explosives and Blasting Technique leading up to 2016, plus RIs and ICs from USBM technical papers from the Journal of Explosives Engineering and BAI’s High Tech Seminar proceedings.
This is the last year the full database DVD will be available. Please note: The online database will still be available to ISEE members, and the annual conference proceedings will also still be available.
Supplies of the Explosives Reference Database are limited, get your copy today.
Make your plans now to attend ISEE's 43rd Annual Conference on Explosives & Blasting Technique and register before November 30 to receive discounted early bird rates. As many as 1,600 blasters, manufacturers, government officials and suppliers gather from all over the world to gain new insights and to form new business alliances. Participation will be strong as the largest conference of its kind in the explosives industry comes together in Orlando. Register online today!
Click here to book your sleeping room reservations online, or call the Caribe Royale Orlando at 1-888-258-7501 or (407) 238-8000. Please be sure to mention ISEE to receive the conference discount rate of $179 single/double. Your help is needed in keeping meeting costs down by reserving your sleeping rooms at the Caribe Royale Orlando. Please watch out for housing poachers.
You will receive a discount off the lowest applicable published airfare when you make airline reservations with United Airlines. Book online at www.united.com and enter the promotions code ZX62936208.
Mears Transportation provides shared ride shuttle service from the Orlando International Airport to the Caribe Royale Orlando for the discounted rate of $33 round trip. Click here for the coupon. You can book online! To receive your online discount, please go to the Mears website, click on the “Book Orlando Shuttle Now” box then enter the code 529100539 in the promo code box provided in the lower left corner.
Do you have a knack for photography and some great shots of a recent job you’d like to share? Submit them to our 24th annual photo contest for a chance to win a $500 gift certificate to the ISEE Bookstore.
The winner will be announced during our 43rd Annual Conference on Explosives and Blasting Technique held Jan. 29 – Feb. 1, 2017, in Orlando, Fla.
There are categories for blasters and drillers at work, construction blasting, quarrying and mining, demolition blasting, specialty blasting and student entries. All submissions will be judged on composition, content and quality.
The deadline to enter is Dec. 1, 2016. So what are you waiting for? Download an entry form today.
Please join the Department of Homeland Security, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Department of Labor for a webinar on Executive Order 13650: Improving Chemical Facility Safety and Security (EO). This webinar will provide an update on actions items since the June 6, 2014 release of "Executive Order 13650: Actions to Improve Chemical Facility Safety and Security - A Shared Commitment."
They will discuss progress on strengthening community planning and preparedness, enhancing Federal operational coordination, improving data management, modernizing policies and regulations, incorporating stakeholder feedback, and developing best practices. Additionally, we will provide information on next steps.
They encourage participation from the broad range of stakeholders who have an interest in chemical facility safety and security to include, but not limited to, chemical producers, chemical storage companies, agricultural supply companies, State and local regulators, chemical critical infrastructure owners and operators, first responders, labor organizations representing affected workers, environmental and community groups, and consensus standards organizations.
Date: Monday, October 24, 2016
Time: 10:00 am-11:30 am, ET
For additional general information on the EO, visit the website at https://www.osha.gov/chemicalexecutiveorder/index.html. Recently, several documents have been added to the website. Quick links to these documents can be found in the "UPDATES section" of the website.
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Authority: 5 U.S.C. § 301 and 44 U.S.C. § 3101 authorize the collection of this information.
Purpose: DHS will use this information to register participants for the Improving Chemical Facility Safety and Security webinar session.
Routine Use: This information may be disclosed as generally permitted under 5 U.S.C. § 552a(b) of the Privacy Act of 1974, as amended. This includes using the information, as necessary and authorized by the routine uses published in DHS/ALL-002 - Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Mailing and Other Lists System of Records (November 25, 2008, 73 FR 71659).
Disclosure: Furnishing this information is voluntary; however failure to provide any of the information requested may prevent DHS from registering you for the webinar or contacting you regarding the event.