All persons involved in or associated with the Extractive Industry are welcome to apply for membership of the Society, providing they satisfy the criteria specified in the Society Constitution. Application for the various Grades of Membership should be made on the Official Application Form.
All applications should be submitted on the official application form which can be completed online and submitted, or downloaded and emailed to email@example.com.
All applications will be brought before the next sitting of the Council. Council members will vote on whether an application is successful or not.
Successful applicants will be invited to pay the joining fee and become an official member of the Irish Mining and Quarrying Society. Membership is renewed for all members in January of each year.
IMQS have four types of membership. Click on the titles for more details. The forms are available for download
and can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The applications will be decided on at the following Council meeting.
Corporate Members are firms, companies or other corporate bodies involved in the natural resources and extractive industries, or in allied or associated industries, or in the provision of services to the natural resources and extractive industries.
Corporate members have all the rights and privileges of Members, including the right to a single vote, but are not entitled to election as an Officer of the Society or to nominate candidates for election to Council.
Members, both corporate and ordinary, must be nominated by an existing member, or applications may be submitted directly to the Council for authorisation.
The forms are available for download and can be emailed to email@example.com. The applications will be decided on at the following Council meeting.
Corporate rates are:
Benefits of corporate membership are
Fellows are Members in good standing of the Society who have reached the age of 35 years and who meet one of the following criteria:
Fellows of the Society who have been elected by the Council, who have paid their annual dues, and who remain in good standing are entitled to put the letters FIMQS after their name.