To consider, originate and promote the general advancement of all matters pertaining to the work of certificated mechanical and electrical engineers on the mines, to encourage their continuing professional development, to uphold their status and to protect the interests of its members.
The Association of Mine Resident Engineers of South Africa, which consists of some 600 members drawn from hard rock gold, platinum and other metalliferous mining operations, was established in 1924.
The main objectives of the Association have always been to originate and promote the general advancement of all matters appertaining to the work of engineers within the mining industry and at all times strive to protect the interests of its members.
20 July - AMRE Safety Seminar (Kloof Rec Club)
We wish success to our Student Members who are writing the June GCC Exams