Fostering Responsible Resource Development Through Education and Collaboration
REGULAR & QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
MMSA is a Recognized Overseas Professional Organization (ROPO) by all Provinces in Canada (NI 43-101), AusIMM in Australia (JORC Code) and SAIMM in South Africa (SAMREC Code) for the public reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves.
MMSA IS A NON-PROFIT ASSOCIATION
OF MINERAL RESOURCE PROFESSIONALS
WHOSE MEMBERS REPRESENT ALL
FACETS OF THE MINERALS INDUSTRY,
BOTH DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL.
MMSA believes the prosperity of our world is linked to a resilient industrial base. The global challenges ahead will require bold action underpinned by a holistic materials and energy strategy that runs the gamut from mining to recycling to a balanced energy mix. Minerals are critical to bringing about technological transformations today that will allow us to leave a positive legacy for future generations. A well-trained, safe and healthy workforce, proficient technical professionals, competent industry leadership, transparent communication and interaction between all stakeholders and sound legislative policies are integral to the responsible production of minerals.
MMSA’s objectives are based on five foundational precepts:
- Responsible Mineral Resource Development
- Protection of Investors and Workers
- Encouragement of High Professional Ideals and Ethics
- Advancement of the Minerals Industry
- Increased Scientific Knowledge
Webinars & Recent Events
Water and Mining: Protecting And Sharing Water Resources Webinar
Friday, May 19 – 1pm MT Water stewardship and management in mining is increasingly becoming a key component of mine development and operation. Water related issues (water resources and water quality) have the potential to create short and long term operational,...
5th Annual Abandoned Mine Lands Symposium
Butte, Montana | July 25-26. This Summit is the fifth in a series of public forums convened by MMSA and its growing coalition of partners to bring stakeholders with a vested interest in improving landscapes impacted by Abandoned Mine Lands together. Status updates of...
School of Mines Posts Chair Position for the Head of Mining Engineering – J. STEVEN WHISLER CHAIR FOR THE HEAD OF MINING ENGINEERING
The Department of Mining Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines (Mines) is seeking a visionary and inspirational leader to be the first-ever J. Steven Whisler Chair for the Head of Mining Engineering. This endowed position was recently established as part of a...