reducing risk in mining

  • REDUCING THE GROUNDWATER POLLUTION RISK IN THE MINING .

    REDUCING THE GROUNDWATER POLLUTION RISK IN THE MINING .

    Abstract. Results are presented of an experimental study of bacterial leaching of tailings and wastes from mining industry enterprises. From the examples of Chiatura city and the industrial centre of Kazreti, it is shown that use of the suggested method for the leaching of ores can reduce significantly the pollution risk to water and soils in urban areas.

  • Health and Safety Hazards : Mining Health, Safety and ...

    Health and Safety Hazards : Mining Health, Safety and ...

    Apr 15, 2015· To reduce hazards associated with seismicity and rockbursting, an assessment of the risk of seismicity and rockbursting over the expected life of an underground mine must be a critical part of the mine design process.

  • Underground Mining Risk Assessment Workplace Safety .

    Underground Mining Risk Assessment Workplace Safety .

    3 Risk Assessment Project The Ministry launched in 2013 a project to put in place an integrated risk management methodology: To identify risks to worker health and safety and to work with employers and workers on reducing those risks To provide more information to employers and to workers and their representatives about risks at the sector level

  • What is Data Mining in Healthcare?

    What is Data Mining in Healthcare?

    However, data mining in healthcare today remains, for the most part, an academic exercise with only a few pragmatic success stories. Academicians are using datamining approaches like decision trees, clusters, neural networks, and time series to publish research. Healthcare, however, has always been slow to incorporate the latest research into everyday practice.

  • Reducing risk in your manufacturing footprint | McKinsey

    Reducing risk in your manufacturing footprint | McKinsey

    Reducing risk in your manufacturing footprint. Any manufacturing footprint exposes companies to risks, such as changes in local and global demand, currency exchange rates, labor and transportation costs, or even trade regulation. A wrong bet can transform what should be a competitive advantage into a mess of underutilized or highcost assets.

  • Reducing arc flash Hazard/Risk Category (HRC) in mining ...

    Reducing arc flash Hazard/Risk Category (HRC) in mining ...

    Request PDF on ResearchGate | Reducing arc flash Hazard/Risk Category (HRC) in mining shovels based on standard NFPA70E | The arc flash hazard must be approached to reduce the risk .

  • Dust suppression valves reducing the risk of fires in ...

    Dust suppression valves reducing the risk of fires in ...

    Dust suppression. Coal dust is the number one cause of fires in mines. Our dust suppression equipment helps to reduce dust, and minimise the risk of explosions underground caused when coal dust mixes with methane gas.

  • Mining Due Diligence: Reducing Risk as an Investor

    Mining Due Diligence: Reducing Risk as an Investor

    Mining Due Diligence: Reducing Risk as an Investor. Mineral exploration is an investment, and like any investment, due diligence is the key to reducing risk. With so much hype and focus on potential returns in the millions or even billions of dollars it is easy for investors and potential investors to .

  • How to Reduce the Risk of Cyberattacks: A Growing Concern ...

    How to Reduce the Risk of Cyberattacks: A Growing Concern ...

    May 15, 2018· How to Reduce the Risk of Cyberattacks: A Growing Concern in the Mining Industry By Alejandra Gómez On May 15, 2018 · Leave a Comment Thanks to the Internet of Thing (IoT), inanimate objects such as machines and devices can communicate with each other in the same way humans do.

  • Top 10 business risks facing mining and metals 2017–2018

    Top 10 business risks facing mining and metals 2017–2018

    Top 10 business risks facing mining and metals 2017–2018 1 Executive summary Our number one risk this year is digital effectiveness. While the concept of digital mining is not new, there is disconnect between the potential from digital transformation and the successful implementation of new technologies. We believe that digital transformation

  • Mining Wikipedia

    Mining Wikipedia

    Mining is the extraction of valuable minerals or other geological materials from the earth, usually from an ore body, lode, vein, seam, reef or placer deposits form a mineralized package that is of economic interest to the miner. Ores recovered by mining include metals, coal, oil shale, gemstones, limestone, chalk, dimension stone, rock salt, potash, gravel, and clay.

  • Reducing Risk In A Portfolio Of Funds | Seeking Alpha

    Reducing Risk In A Portfolio Of Funds | Seeking Alpha

    Jun 04, 2018· Summary. A hypothetical milliondollar portfolio is constructed to reduce risk in a decelerating economy. Risk is defined by the Morningstar Bear Ranking System, correlation to my Investment Model Risk Indicator, and monthly draw down. Beta and standard deviation are used as tiebreakers. The economy is growing moderately,...

  • DATA MINING FOR HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT

    DATA MINING FOR HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT

    Why Data Mining? • Healthcare industry today generates large amounts of complex data about patients, hospitals resources, disease diagnosis, electronic patient records, medical devices etc. • The large amounts of data is a key resource to be processed and analyzed for knowledge extraction that

  • Reducing The Environmental Impact On Mines Australian Mining

    Reducing The Environmental Impact On Mines Australian Mining

    May 30, 2017· Reducing The Environmental Impact On Mines. Then there is the plant assembly itself, which involves conveyor belts being constructed, material processing equipment put in place and draglines being set up, plus a range of peripheral considerations. Sizing ore or minerals is a key component in mining operations.

  • INERTISATION, REDUCING THE RISK AND SOLVING THE .

    INERTISATION, REDUCING THE RISK AND SOLVING THE .

    resulted in significant loss of life, physical mining assets and coal reserves. The following case studies illustrate that inertisation equipment must be seen as a tool which is part of a risk control system involving the use of seals of a high standard, state of the art gas monitoring

  • A guide to effective supply risk management in the mining ...

    A guide to effective supply risk management in the mining ...

    A guide to effective supply risk management in the mining industry ... mining companies doubled between 2010 and 20111, which has led to increased competition for scarce ... abilities, charged with managing and reducing overall supply risk. In addition, core supply chain