AMMSA
AMMSA
The Association aims at furthering the mining industry in South Africa through knowledge sharing, collaboration through tripartite structures and technical meetings.
Looking after miners one step at a time
Looking after miners one step at a time
we care about the safety and the condition of our miners above all else.
building an empire
building an empire
we believe in building a business that will create jobs and empower the economy of South Africa

About AMMSA

The Association of Mine Managers provides a platform for mining industry professionals to discuss, evaluate and debate mining and minerals policy, technical innovations, safety and health challenges and advancements in mining in South Africa. AMMSA’s current membership stands at 825 in seven categories – candidate (student) members, junior associate members, ordinary members, associate members, honorary life members, honorary associate members and retired members. Currently, 268 of our members are registered with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA).

AMMSA is recognised as a Voluntary Association by the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA), which provides some influence in terms of the accreditation of learning materials and institutions and strengthens the Association’s role with regard to registration matters. Members comprise managers and general managers from gold, platinum, diamonds and base metal operations represented through five districts, including the Northern Cape, Free State, Central, Western and Eastern districts.

Industry committees with an AMMSA presence:

  • Mines Rescue Services Committee of Management
  • Commission of Examiners for the Mine Managers Certificate of Competency
  • MQA and ECSA
  • Occupational Health and Safety Policy Committee
  • MOSH Adoption
  • Chamber committees on environment, training and education and labour relations
  • Mine Health and Safety Council (MHSC)

The Association actively supports the Government’s initiatives on promoting a zero harm environment and each district also hosts a tripartite forum that included representatives from industry, Government and employees. The purpose of the forum is to share information and best practice on safe work practices in the mining industry, as well as promoting the adoption of MOSH practices across the mining industry in South Africa. AMMSA also aids junior engineers and graduates by encouraging them to attend technical visits and to gain access to all the technical papers presented by members.

Policies and key documents

Code of conduct

Constitution and Rules of the Association of
Mine Managers of South Africa

Find out how AMMSA makes a contribution to the South African economy.

OUR COUNCIL

The President and a Member Council, includes the Northern Cape who are elected annually to administer the affairs of the Association. To ensure continuity, an Association Secretary oversees the administration of the Association. (See appointment of representatives to council and committees)
JJ Joubert

JJ Joubert

Portfolio: President
Stuart Sepetla

Stuart Sepetla

Portfolio: Vice-President
Mosala Letebele

Mosala Letebele

Portfolio: 2nd Vice President
268

Registered Members

78

Succesful Projects

Our Latest News

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ABOUT US
Introduction

The Association of Mine Managers provides a platform for mining industry professionals to discuss, evaluate and debate mining and minerals policy, technical innovations, safety and health challenges and advancements in mining in South Africa.

Membership

For you, a professional in the mining industry, AMMSA provides access to meetings, events and expert advice from fellow association members.

DMR REPORTS
DMR Weekly Report

20 December 2021 – Download


DMR Weekly Report

20 December 2021 – Download


DMR Weekly Report

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