April 12, 2021
The British Drilling Association (BDA) is pleased to welcome six companies that have been approved for membership during the last couple of months. The new members are: Pangeotek Ltd, Wheeler Site Investigation Ltd, ATB Drilling Ltd, Ishebeck Titan, John Lawrie Tubulars Ltd and RM Foster Drilling.
The membership of the BDA has been growing in recent months and the addition of these six new companies widens further the BDA’s membership reach and helps moves the Association closer to its central goal of fully representing all those within the drilling industry.
Richard Fielden, Chair of the BDA said: “It is great to be able to welcome six more companies into the BDA as each will bring their own unique skills, insight and expertise to the Association. The more members the BDA has the better able it is to meet the needs of the drilling sector as well as giving a growing mandate to the Association to lobby and represent the sector at all industry levels.
“The BDA is working hard to drive up standards and the levels of professionalism within then drilling sector against a backdrop of always health and safety first: the input and real-world experiences these new members will be invaluable in helping achieve all the Association’s aims.”
Membership of the BDA is open to enterprises such as companies, partnerships, and sole traders etc., contractors that have proof their drilling operatives either have, or are registered to take, NVQ Land Drilling, Level 2, non-contracting suppliers and consultants.