Memberships of Associations and Research Organisations Funded

IPL is a member of various industry Associations. Those which are considered strategic include:

 Industry Association
 Description

Fertiliser Australia

The industry association representing manufacturers, importers and distributers of fertiliser in Australia, and associated service industries. Fertiliser Australia members supply over 95% of the fertilisers used in Australia. IPL holds a board position. 

International Fertilizer Industry Association

A not-for-profit organisation that represents the global fertiliser industry. IFA member companies represent all activities related to the production, trade, transport and distribution of the nutrients required to help farmers worldwide address the growing need for food, feed, fibre and bio energy. IPL holds a board position. 

The Fertilizer Institute

The trade association representing the public policy, communication and statistical needs of producers, manufacturers, retailers and transporters of fertilizer in the US. Issues of interest include security, international trade, energy, transportation, the environment, worker health and safety, farm bill and conservation programs to promote the use of enhanced efficiency fertilizer. Dyno Nobel Americas is a member. 

Australian Explosives Industry and Safety Group (AEISG)

Aims to continuously improve the level of safety in the manufacture, transport, storage, handling and use of precursors and explosives in commercial blasting throughout Australia. Dyno Nobel is a member.

Minerals Council of Australia

Represents Australia’s exploration, mining, and minerals processing industry, nationally and internationally, in its contribution to sustainable development and society. MCA   member companies produce more than 85% of Australia’s annual mineral output. Dyno Nobel is a member.

National Mining     Association

The voice of the American mining industry in Washington, D.C., NMA is the only national trade organisation that represents the interests of mining before Congress, the Administration, federal agencies, the judiciary and the media. Dyno Nobel is a member. 

Queensland Resources Council (QRC) An independent not-for-profit peak industry association representing the commercial developers of Queensland's mineral and energy resources. The QRC works to secure an environment conducive to the long-term sustainability of the minerals and energy sectors in Queensland, Australia.
Institute of Makers of Explosives

An association concerned with the safety and security of the commercial explosives industry in the United States and Canada. Dyno Nobel is a member. 

International Society of Explosives Engineers 

A professional society dedicated to promoting the safety, security and controlled use of explosives. Dyno Nobel is a member. 

Global Explosives   Safety Group (SAFEX)

A non-profit organisation of manufacturers of explosives and pyrotechnics which aims to protect people and property against dangers and damage by the sharing of experience in the explosives industry. Dyno Nobel is a member.

Canadian Explosives Industry Association (CEAEC)

An industry concerned with the promotion of high standards in the manufacturing, use, transportation and handling of explosives in the interest of worker and public safety. Dyno Nobel is a member.

Ammonium Nitrate Nitric Acid Producers Group (ANNA) 

An informal international organisation of manufacturers of ammonium nitrate and nitric acid with the goal of promoting networking within the industry through sharing knowledge, technology and experience. Dyno Nobel is a member.
The National Sand, Stone and Gravel    Association  An association for the aggregates industry in the US, concerned with supporting policies and regulation that promote the safe and environmentally responsible use of aggregates. Dyno Nobel is a member. 
Business Council of Australia  The Business Council of Australia provides a forum for Australian business leaders to contribute directly to public policy debates.  Members determine the work program and policy positions of the Council through their participation in policy committees, special-issue task forces and the BCA Board.
Manufacturing Australia A CEO-led coalition of some of Australia's largest manufacturers that work with governments, businesses and communities to promote Australia's manufacturing sector to make a significant and sustainable contribution to the nations's economy.
Australian Industry Greenhouse Network
(AIGN)

 

AIGN is a network of industry associations and individual businesses which contribute to the climate change policy debate and see value in joint industry action on climate change in order to promote sustainable industry development. The network is committed to industry collaboration on equitable global action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 

Energy Users Association of Australia

The Energy Users Association of Australia plays a critical role in helping companies navigate uncertainty in energy markets and participate in driving changes in market rules and the way the network is managed, to ensure better outcomes and reduced costs for energy users. It seeks a competitive, reliable and sustainable energy supply for all users.

American Chamber of Commerce in Australia (AmCham)

AmCham gives members exclusive access to thought leadership, communities of interest, policy advice, business advocacy, information, and relationships with business and government. With roots in America, AMCham serves the business community across Australia and the entire Asia-Pacific region, providing assistance to companies in the USA and Australia and promoting trade, commerce and investment to and from Australia.

American Australian Business Council (AABC)

The dynamic economic bond between Australia and the United States is at the core of the relationship between the two nations. It is a bond founded on a commitment to commerce through the flow of capital, people and ideas. The ABCC was formed to tell this story and help to further strengthen this bond. By highlighting the businesses and their leaders who are key to this relationship, the ABCC serves as a resource for business on both sides of the Pacific.

Chief Executive Women (CEW)

Chief Executive Women represents more than 500 of Australia’s most senior and distinguished women leaders, whose shared vision is Women Leaders Enabling Women Leaders. CEW strives to educate and influence all levels of Australian business and government on the importance of gender balance. Through advocacy, targeted programs and scholarships, CEW works to remove the barriers to women’s progression and ensure equal opportunity for prosperity.

National Association of Women in Operations (NAWO)

NAWO is the peak Australian body championing women in operations and is an incorporated not-for-profit association lead by an unpaid Board of dedicated senior professionals. NAWO aims to: inspire and support women to reach their full potential and achieve their chosen career goals; and to inspire and support organisations to create inclusive workplaces, attract and retain the best talent and reach their chosen objectives.