Environmental Management in Materials Handling Conference
The Environmental Management in Materials Handling Conference has been established to address the issues faced in the delivery of bulk ores from pit to port. The focus will be on the key issues of Dust, water, Noise & Vibration. The sessions will outline, through research, case studies and technical advancements, how operations can achieve best results while meeting regulatory requirements. Producing comfortable and safe work conditions and mitigating community concerns.
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Addressing the issues faced in the delivery of bulk ores from pit to port, focusing on the key issues of Dust, Water, Noise & Vibration.
This event forms a part of IIR's 2nd Annual Materials Handling Week, an innovative initiative to combine the best materials themed events under one roof. Conveyors Summit and Bulk Materials Handling 2013 will also feature in this expert led series of conferences, seminars, workshops and combines large scale exhibition taking place throughout the week.
View full details at www.MaterialsHandlingWeek.com.au
Hear from industry experts including:
- John Clealand, Environmental Specialist, Rio Tinto Coal Australia Hail Creek Mine, Queensland
- Robin Ormerod, Director, Pacific Environment
- John Visser, Metallurgical Manager, Mineral Engineering Technical Services (METS)
- Peter Wypych, General Manager, BMEA, University of Wollongong
- Michael Roche, Chief Executive Officer, Queensland Resource Council
- Jon Harper, Senior Environment Engineer, Pacific Environment
Also don’t miss the comprehensive pre and post conference workshops on the key topics within the industry:
Workshop A - Modern Design and Troubleshooting of Bulk Materials Handling Plants and Processes
Workshop B - Maximising Conveyor Reliability: From Design to Condition Monitoringe
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Workshop C - Transfer Chute Design
Workshop D - Dust Hazards, Mitigation and Management
Click here to view Post-Conference Workshops details...