PERC’s organisation structure is defined in the PERC Statutes, which were originally adopted in 2015, and last amended in January 2020. The Statutes specify PERC’s Terms of Reference, together with details of PERC’s Governance and Structure; Meetings, Financial Matters, Trustees and Language.
PERC membership is open to relevant professional bodies and representatives from significant mineral industry sectors in European countries.
Currently PERC members include four representatives from each of the six parent organisations, together with individual co-opted representatives representing different interests and sectors of the minerals industry.
In March 2022, PERC adopted a standard procedure for assessing applications by organisations to join PERC, together with the procedures used for assessing applications to be added to the PERC list of Recognised Professional Organisations. The relevant documents are provided for download in the library.
|European Federation of Geologists||Ruth Allington|
|Geological Society of London||Jim Coppard|
|Belinda van Lente|
|Institute of Materials, Minerals, and Mining||Neil Wells|
|Institute of Geologists of Ireland||Paul Gordon|
|Fennoscandian Association for Metals and Minerals Professionals (FAMMP)||Thomas Lindholm|
|Iberian Mining Engineers Board (IMEB)||Juan Leon Coullaut|
|Antonio Maldonado Castillo|
|Miguel Tato Diogo|
|Co-opted members||Marco Cosi|
|Manuel Martinez Pelayo|
- Standard Update Committee
- Finance Committee
- Training Committee
- Dimension Stone and Industrial Minerals Committee
- Communications Committee