BDA Expands Its Membership with Four New Members

February 23, 2024

The British Drilling Association (BDA) is pleased to announce the addition of four companies to its growing roster of members.

Dynamic Sampling UK, Geocore Site Investigations Ltd, Endeavour Drilling and Demolition & Geotechnical Ltd have all joined the BDA, further enhancing the Association’s representation across the drilling sector.

In alignment with its commitment to maintaining the highest standards of practice within the drilling industry, the BDA has introduced a new rule requiring all members to successfully complete the BDA Audit as a prerequisite for membership. This pivotal move underscores the BDA’s dedication to promoting safety and upholding rigorous standards across all facets of drilling operations. The BDA Audit is designed to ensure that each member company adheres to the best practices and safety protocols that are central to our industry’s success and sustainability.

Commenting on the new members joining the Association, BDA Chair, Paul McMann, said: “We are delighted to welcome Dynamic Sampling UK, Geocore Site Investigations, Endeavour Drilling, and Demolition & Geotechnical, as the newest members of the British Drilling Association. Their diverse experiences and perspectives from across the drilling sector will be invaluable in shaping the direction of the Association for the benefit of all.”

The BDA’s growing membership is fostering a comprehensive view of the drilling industry. By pooling the real-world experiences and expertise of all its members, from suppliers to contractors and end clients, the BDA aims to drive positive change and innovation within the sector.

BDA membership is open to a range of enterprises, including companies, partnerships, sole traders, contractors with NVQ Land Drilling, Level 2 certified operatives, non-contracting suppliers, clients, and consultants.

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