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Rules to Live By III 2001 – 2010: 609 Fatalities in Coal and Metal Non–Metal Mines Fatalities: 8 Coal Mine standards contributed to 75 fatalities 6 Metal.

must provide life jackets where water dangers exist. MSHA instructions to Inspectors Review past inspection reports related to water hazards. – Does the mine operator have written policy on wearing life jackets? Check areas near water for hazards of falling. Check condition of life jackets used at the mine. Check that miners are properly trained on donning life jackets and that they fit properly. 5 Surface M/


Version 1.1, September 2015 SHORT COURSE BASIC PROFESSIONAL TRAINING COURSE Module XVII Fuel cycle, spent fuel management and transport of radioactive.

installations. 91 Basic Professional Training Course; Module XVII Fuel cycle, spent fuel management and transport of radioactive materials Safety aspects in different phases of the fuel cycle - summary Mining and milling: occupational hazards Conversion: chemotoxic hazards (low radiological hazard) Enrichment: criticality, chemotoxic and criticality hazards Fuel fabrication: chemical, radiological, and criticality hazards. (criticality risk, radiation and radiotoxicity are significantly higher in the case/


WHAT IS A DISASTER? Disaster is a natural or man- made, sudden or accidental event (Hazard) that results in many deaths, injuries and significant property.

, Expansive Soils, Coastal Erosion, Ground Subsidence Man-made Hazards – Failure of Structures including Buildings, Mines and Dams, Ethnic Conflicts/Wars, Industrial Accidents, Aviation and Maritime Accidents, Pollution of Water Systems from mining and other activities, Air Pollution, Oil Spillage, Radioactive Leakage, Deforestation / Desertification EARTHQUAKE Earthquake is the shaking of the Earth’s surface as result of rapid movement of the Earth’s rocky outer layer, due to the/


OBJECTIVES AND PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE REGULATORY WORKPACKAGE By Tamás Hámor and Marco dAlessandro pecomines.

and codifies all waste types according to: - generation source (01-12, 17-20) - waste composition (13-15) - other criteria (16) lists 23 types of mining waste, of which 6 is classified hazardous other waste classes and types can apply for mining waste as well (e.g. wastes from soil and groundwater remediation) pecomines - as last amended by Commission Decision 2001/118/EC as regards the/


W507 – Specific industry profiles. Smelting and refining of iron and steel Smelting and refining industries process metal ores and scrap metal to produce.

Crystalline silica Diesel exhaust Gases e.g. methane, hydrogen sulphide Noise and vibration Thermal stress Ionising radiation Hazards will depend on type of mine or quarry, its depth, composition of ore or surrounding rock and work methods Mining and quarrying Airborne particulate hazards Crystalline silica (quartz) is the most common compound in the earths crust and is the most common dust that workers are exposed to/


Tailings Dam Failures, ARD, and Reclamation Activities

fill With and without cement Paste Backfill - Lisheen Mine, Ireland Backfill plant with deep cone thickener Hazards for Tailings Dam Stability Two Major Hazards: Excessive increase in level of pond water on impoundment Operational error during filling Natural /E., Wilson, G.W., Wijewickreme, D., and B. Klein, 2006. Design and evaluation of mixtures of mine waste rock and tailings. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 43:928-945. Sub-aqueous Tailings Disposal Options Impoundment Covered Dam Pit/


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. 1999/31/EC) recycling waste streams different directives (Related to: waste oils, titanium dioxide, sewage sludge, PCBs, restriction of hazardous substances, mining waste, etc.) The history of environmental policy in the EU began with waste policy to avoid the potential impact that a bad management of wastes could have upon the environment and human health. The Members States began taking national measures to control and/


Geology and Nonrenewable Minerals Chapter 14. Core Case Study: Environmental Effects of Gold Mining  Gold producers South Africa Australia United States.

and solid hazardous wastes produced  Use of cyanide salt of extract gold from its ore Summitville gold mine: Colorado, U.S. Exit questions for 14.3 1) What are the disadvantages to working with a resource that comes from a low grade-vs-high grade ore? 2) Why do mining concerns use an open pit method of mining compared to subsurface mining? 3) What are some of the environmental/


Occupational Health in large Opencast mines & Preventive Measures By Sri GS Khuntia Former Director, NMDC Executive Director (Operation) SAIL Former Mining.

for persons engaged in endangered operations / areas where noise level exceed 90 dB(A) Common Occupational Hazards in Mines Dust —Dust is the major hazard in any type of mining operation. Fine dust particles of size range 0.5 micron to 5 micron are injurious to the health of the miners. These dust particles are inhaled through the nose, pass through the respiratory tract (breathing passage) and/


Supervisory Responsibility Responsibilities under the 1977 Federal Mine Safety and Health Act.

person who operates, controls or supervises a mine, OR –Any independent contractor performing services or construction at a mine. Contractors account for 30-35% of all mining fatalities. Contractor Responsibilities Must comply with the Mine Act. –Will be issued citations for violations of mandatory health and safety standards. Must ensure the actions of their employees do not create hazards for the mine operator’s employees as well as their/


THIRD PACIFIC ECONOMIC COOPERATION COUNCIL MINERALS NETWORK MEETING THE AUSTRALIA / INDIA MINE SAFETY TRAINING PROJECT (An Australian Government Aid-Funded.

COOPERATION COUNCIL MINERALS NETWORK MEETING Case Study - Jhanjra Colliery An initial risk assessment workshop identified as high risk hazards: Strata Control Mine Environment -Ventilation and Spontaneous Combustion To assist with development of mine safety Management plans, the Jhanjra Mine was provided the newly developed DGMS Guideline for Development of Safety Management Plans THIRD PACIFIC ECONOMIC COOPERATION COUNCIL MINERALS NETWORK MEETING Simulated Emergency Response exercises at two/


PERM: Seismic Hazard Assessment Pavel Vasak – Principal Investigator, MIRARCO Giovanni Grasselli, U. of Toronto Technical Advisor: Dr. Peter K. Kaiser,

event magnitudeSeismic event magnitude –Peak particle velocity Operational real-time system at Creighton Mine Outcome: Outcome: Hazard Map Benefits StrategyStrategy –Hazard maps to track changing rock mass conditions Location of critical infrastructure and future mine planning Support upgrading and rehabilitation (where and when) SafetySafety –Enhance worker safety by identifying potentially hazardous areas Operating CostsOperating Costs –Support upgrading and rehabilitation –Ore pass and ventilation raise/


Coal Power … How Does it Work?. What is Coal and How is it Created? Coal is a “combustible mineral consisting of carbonized vegetable matter, used as.

oxides and alkali, is a byproduct of combustion. Usually this harmful byproduct is disposed of in landfills, although some is recycled. Solid Waste Generation: Ash, which is composed of metal oxides and alkali, is a byproduct of combustion. Usually this harmful byproduct is disposed of in landfills, although some is recycled. Coal Mine Hazards Coal mining is dangerous business, with an average of 22 deaths in the United States/


Coal GIP Handbook Changes. Summary of Changes One-Stop-Shop Handbook Designed to be a Living Document Hyperlinked Reference Materials (e.g. NFPA Code,

alleged on No. 4 Belt the complaint notice should be given at the time the investigator arrives at the No. 4 Belt. If the hazardous condition complaint addresses more than one location or area of the mine, the written notice can be broken down in parts and each part issued to the operator at the time the investigator travels to the alleged site/


CHAPTER 21 Solid and Hazardous waste Solid and Hazardous waste.

/ incinerate waste ; bury; save energy/ virgin resources; reduce effects of mining; improve water,health,safety; decrease cost of pollution control save energy/ virgin resources; reduce effects of mining; improve water,health,safety; decrease cost of pollution control Example - 3M Minnesota Mining Company - began a pollution pays program Minnesota Mining Company - began a pollution pays program redesigned equipment, used fewer hazardous raw materials,make more non- pollution products redesigned equipment/


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice

, constricted visual fields, hearing loss - EDTA not effective Mercury Released into air by coal combustion, industrial processes, mining, waste disposal, and volcanoes; concentrated (along with lead, arsenic, and other heavy metals) in coal ash 4500/2004 Toxic Pollutants: The Basel Convention The Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes (designed to control dumping of hazardous wastes from the industrialized world in developing countries) Toxic Pollutants: The Basel /


Successful Safety and Health programs at Luminant Mining Douglas C. Larch Luminant Regulatory and Compliance Supervisor Dallas, TX.

Kosse Oak Grove Sandow Three Oaks Beckville Tatum Oak Hill Big Brown 2 Luminant Mining History 2 Lignite History 1971–2009; Thousands of tons 3 Our Programs 4 Management Commitment  Senior Leadership Team Support  Total / etc.)  5S (Sort, Straighten, Sanitize, Standardize, Sustain) 7 Hazard Prevention and Control  On Shift Examination –Employees encouraged to find and fix hazards –Recording and reporting of conditions to management –Contractor Management Five full time Contractor Coordinators 8 Safety /


MINE RESCUE ACTIVITY BOOK – Section IV MSHA 2208 NOVEMBER 1981 JUNE 2005.

a map depicting the situation. Ask the team to discuss the hazards of the situation and what procedures they would follow in carrying out their assignment. Activity 13 – Determining Hazards and Procedures in a Recovery Operation Sample Recovery Situation (Single level mine) Because efforts to fight the fire directly have failed, an area of a mine has been sealed. The plan is now to reopen the/


Energy: Renewable and Nonrenewable. Energy Resources and Fossil Fuels A fossil fuel is a nonrenewable energy resource formed from the remains of organisms.

surface coal-mining operations sometimes remove the top of an entire mountain to reach the coal deposit. A lot of research focuses on locating the most productive, clean-burning coal deposits and finding less damaging methods of mining coal. Air Pollution The quality of coal varies/Liability Act, more commonly known as the Superfund Act. This act gives the EPA the right to sue the owners of hazardous waste sites who had illegally dumped waste. It also allows the EPA to force the owners to pay for the /


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes (designed to control dumping of hazardous wastes from the industrialized world in developing countries) The Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes (designed to control dumping of hazardous/, Social, and Cultural Rights Convention on the Prohibition of Anti- Personnel Land Mines Convention on the Prohibition of Anti- Personnel Land Mines Convention on Cluster Munitions Convention on Cluster Munitions International Non/


Mining Safety: Challenges and Opportunities WELCOME TO ALL ATTENDEES IN THE HALL FOR AN ADDRESS ON Dinesh Srivastava Jayaswal Neco Industries Ltd.

Which are injurious to health This causes occupational hazards -Accidents can be recognized easily and immediately While occupational hazards develop slowly till worker is aware and loses bodily function International experience shows that more people are killed or are disabled by occupational dieses of mining than accident YET THE ACCIDENTS IN MINES RECEIVE THE SPOT LIGHT OF CONCERN WHILE THE SILENT KILLER AND OTHER ACCIDENTS GO/


MINE EMERGENCY, ESCAPE & SHELTERS THE PHOENIX CHAMBER.

. STEP 4 MANAGE MANAGE … Remove or control the hazards and use appropriate equipment. Utilize established control measures Eliminate (Remove hazard completely) Substitute (Re-ventilate from a fresh air source) Engineer (Enter an established refuge chamber) Administrative (Follow written response instructions) Personal Protective Equipment(SCSR’s) TRAINING MINE OFFICIALS MINE OFFICIALS … Receive training during their years of study but may never the need to use the/


WHS Responsibilities. Disclaimer  IMPORTANT: The information in this presentation is of a general nature, and should not be relied upon as individual.

, first aid and personal protective equipment Chemicals  Lead, asbestos, labelling, safety data sheets and major hazard facilities Other hazards  Plant, manual tasks, noise, work at heights, remote and isolated work, confined spaces, electricity Mining Operations  Safety management systems, principle mining hazards and emergency response plans, management of contractors 6 Approved Codes of Practice Provide practical guidance on how to meet the standards set out in the Act/


Guidelines on the Assessment of Radiation Hazards to Members of the Public from Mining and Minerals Processing Facilities SARPA WORKSHOP March 2010 O Phillips:

Forestry (DWAF) e.g. site water balance and sampling programmes of non­radioactive materials. Radiation Hazard Assessment Methodology Radiation Hazard Assessment Methodology –Studies identifying known points of chemical pollution e.g. identification of groundwater plumes and sampling points. –Identification of water uses and users e.g. municipalities, gardening, irrigation, farmers, use of mine water for drinking purposes, use of mine water for on-site irrigation, export to other users. – Other/


Rules to Live By III 2001 – 2010: 609 Fatalities in Coal and Metal Non–Metal Mines Fatalities: 8 Coal Mine standards contributed to 75 fatalities 6 Metal.

to prevent overturning. The hazards of a sliding stockpile that were discovered during an examination were neither reported nor corrected. A high wall was examined from the top only, leaving hazards on the pit floor unobserved. Examinations of areas where tree cutting was being conducted were made from a remote location and did not adequately detect hazardous conditions. 7 Surface Coal Mine Standards 77.404(a/


Almadén: Remediation techniques in the largest mercury mining district of the world Pablo L. Higueras E.U.P. Almadén, Univ. of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain)

:  Hg vapor in air over WHO standard (1 μg/m 3 ) in inhabitad areas Hazards / Risks ► For local inhabitants:  Hg vapor concentrations in some buildings Almadén School of Mines Hg up to 45,000 ng/m 3 in some rooms (old museum) Hazards / Risks ► For trophic chain:  Water  Fishing  Vegetables Hazards / Risks ► For trophic chain:  Water: low Hg contents in most natural waters  Very/


G EOLOGY AND N ONRENEWABLE M INERALS Chapter 14. C ORE C ASE S TUDY : E NVIRONMENTAL E FFECTS OF G OLD M INING Gold producers South Africa Australia United.

FROM EXPLORATION, EXTRACTION Disturbed land mining accidents health hazards mine waste dumping oil spills and blowouts Noise Ugliness Heat Can you think of any other concerns? P /hazardous wastes produced Use of cyanide salt of extract gold from its ore Summitville gold mine: Colorado, U.S. E XIT QUESTIONS FOR 14.3 1) What are the disadvantages to working with a resource that comes from a low grade-vs-high grade ore? 2) Why do mining companies use an open pit method of mining compared to subsurface mining/


Part 46 Annual Refresher Training. Should you be committed to Safety? 100% of the time?

all times? Transportation Controls & Communication Systems 56.9100(a) Rules governing speed, right-of- way, direction of movement, & use of headlights to assure visibility, established & followed 56.9100(b) Signs or signals that warn of hazardous conditions shall be placed at appropriate locations Traffic Patterns Why are traffic patterns established at mine sites? What would you do if you observed a small vehicle ignoring a posted/


Pennsylvania Bureau of Deep Mine Safety Accident Review Bituminous 2002.

fell and struck his leg. The roof height was 9 feet. Recommendations Take down or secure loose ribs. Never disregard obvious hazardous conditions. Never place yourself in a known hazardous position. COAL MINE FATALITY - On Wednesday, January 2, 2002, a 44-year old remote control continuous mining machine operator with 23 years of mining experience was fatally injured in a roof fall accident. The victim was/


Mine Safety Jeopardy U.S. Aggregates 2003 Annual Refresher Final Jeopardy Haz Com Fall Protection Miner’s Rights First Aid Fire Protection Equipment Maintenance.

required to do in order to comply with the HazCom standard. 50 Point Question What is hazard determination, MSDS, labeling, training and develop a written HazCom Program? Explanation The written program will explain each of these parts and how the mine will do the hazard determination, MSDS placement, keeping accurate labels on containers, and training. 10 Point Answer This is the maximum distance any/


Safety Focus Work Place Examinations & Hazard Recognition.

determine effectiveness of mine safety systems and detect hazards such as defective equipment or tools Proper examinations protect against hazards that may endanger miners First priority of all workplace examinations is for the person conducting the examination to examine for hazardous conditions Hazard Recognition is our Goal! Identify Hazards, Before They Identify You! ~Jayson Stoddard~ Hazardous Conditions Posting/correcting/recording Any hazardous condition found during performance of a mine examination/


Chapter 11 Lecture Presentations prepared by Reggie Cobb Nash Community College Geology, Minerals, and Mining © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc.

Pearson Education, Inc. This lecture will help you understand: Earth’s internal structure and plate tectonics Rocks and the rock cycle Geologic hazards Mineral resources Mining methods Impacts of mining Reclamation and mining policy Sustainable use of minerals © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. Central Case Study: Mining for … Cell Phones? (cont’d) Cell phones and other high-tech products contain tantalum Coltan: columbite + tantalum Since 1998, the war/


Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education. Permission required for reproduction or display. Environmental Regulations: Hazardous Substances and Wastes Chapter.

is a difference between acute toxicity and chronic toxicity. Toxins may also be persistent or nonpersistent. RCRA established a cradle-to-grave system of dealing with hazardous wastes. CERCLA established programs for cleaning up hazardous waste sites. The primary sources of toxic releases are mining operations and electric power plants. 65 Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education. Permission required for reproduction or display. Summary The current strategy/


Solid & hazardous materials Environmental Science, Donald Winslow 4 December 2009.

-bed methane Powder River, Wyoming Arkoma Basin, Oklahoma Environmental effects of mining Acid drainage Processing Smelting Heap-leach extraction Reducing consumption Metals Plastics Fuels Electricity etc Eliminating unnecessary consumption reduces waste. Solid and hazardous waste What is waste? Solid waste Waste production American waste stream Fate of American solid materials Landfills closing Reduce, reuse, recycle Hazardous waste American waste stream Paper & paperboard Yard trimmings Plastic/


Road Safety Considerations around a mine site By Richard Jois Transport Mining and Safety Leader.

comply with Australian Standards Insufficient space for deflection Need to have minimum length to be effective No barriers in place to protect errant vehicles from roadside hazards 15 Existing mine sites - Signs Use of non standard signs Use of non-standard and inappropriate signs 16 Existing mine sites - Pedestrians Clearly delineated pedestrian routes separated from vehicular traffic Railing preventing pedestrians entering the roadway 17 Existing/


CON MINE CLOSURE & RECLAMATION PLAN OVERVIEW February 22 nd, 2007.

Cover Section 7 Contaminated Soils: Minesite has been impacted by 65 years of mining Areas of impact have been identified Site has been divided into 4 zones to facilitate closure and reclamation. The Zones are: Zone 1 - Blend Plant/Negus Pond, Con Pond, Hazardous Waste Disposal Site Zone 2 – Tailing Areas: Upper Pud, Middle Pud, Lower Pud, Neil Lake, Negus Tailing, and Crank Lake/


Mines and Major Hazard Regulation – The Future Simon Ridge SafeWork SA.

SafeWork SA Re-organisation of SafeWork SA Team Structure: Previous Structure:  Mining and Major Hazard Facilities were in the Dangerous Substances Team reporting to the Manager DS Team New Structure  Mining and Major Hazard Facilities is now a/  Develop and Implement an outcomes focused Strategic Plan Partnerships with Government Agencies: We want to avoid:  Duplication of services or requirements imposed upon industry  Repeated follow-on between agencies at sites  Unnecessary red tape We will:/


Report to Congress on Defense-Related Uranium Mines NMA Uranium Recovery Workshop – June 18-19, 2014 David S. Shafer, Ph.D. Office of Legacy Management.

year due to accidents at abandoned mines in the U.S. Physical hazards of an abandoned mine include adits, shafts, water retention ponds, and decaying infrastructure. Physical hazards are the priority for non- CERCLA mine reclamations. Physical hazards may not be addressed as part of the CERCLA process. Addressing physical hazards may also reduce potential radiological risk. – Sealing mine openings reduces radon flux from mines. – Clean soil or rock cover lowers/


Intermec Solutions for Hazardous Environments: CK32IS.

Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Thai (character set only) RoHS Compliance Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substance in Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEE Compliance Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment RF/Explosibles Directives) IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) CK32IS Hazardous Certifications Certified Intrinsically Safe by ALL 3 global agencies, for gases, vapors, liquids, dusts, fibers and underground mining. Today’s safety requirements. And tomorrow’s./


Overview of Deaths in Metal/Nonmetal Mining

#7, #8, #14, #15, #18 56.3130: Wall, bank, and slope stability, #21, #3 56.3200: Correction of hazardous conditions, #21 56.9101: Operating speeds & control of equipment, #15, #7, #8, #11, #16 56.12017: Work on power circuits, #18 56.14100(b): Safety defects, /21, 2014 Electrical - South Carolina - Construction Sand and Gravel Murray Mines Inc. - Murray Mines Inc. On July 21, 2014, a 28-year-old assistant plant manager with 11 years of mining experience was killed at a sand and gravel dredge operation.  He /


Permanent storage of hazardous wastes in underground mines Sven Hagemann GRS.

storage of hazardous wastes in underground mines Sven Hagemann GRS Permanent storage (=disposal) of hazardous wastes in underground mines Concept: Placement of containers in an underground mine Sealing of mine and permanent isolation of mercury from the biosphere: >10,000 years Passive long-term safety through multibarrier system (geological+technical) Implementation and options Some European countries 2 What you need to run an underground waste disposal facility Operational underground mine Part of it/


20 Coal Fatal Accidents (CY – 2013) 7 Machinery 6 Powered Haulage 2 Roof Fall 2 Fall of Face/Rib (Face and Rib outburst) 1 Hoisting 1 Exploding Vessels.

and anomalies to determine orientation as a means to predict when and where they will be encountered during mining, so additional roof support can focus on those areas.   Conduct frequent and adequate examinations of roof, face, and ribs. Be alert for changing conditions. When hazardous conditions are detected, danger off access to the area until it is made safe for work and travel/


The Hidden Hazards in Non-Coal Mining Nick Hardie C.Eng. EUCOSH workshop 25.3.2014, Beijing.

gases, radioactive and other harmful substances; and 7.other perils. Non-Coal mining The sector of non-coal covers: Surface and underground mines Stratified, vein and massive deposits of minerals Metals and non-metals Large and small operations Hazards will be very different and the risk from the hazards will vary – Many of these hazards are of a low probability but have a high consequence if they occur Roof/


Assessment of utilized technologies for preserving water quality P R E W A R C TMF-Skopje, 2007 Faculty of Technology&metallurgy University “St’s Cyril.

achieved by the treatment facility will be as laid down by the MoEPP. 6. Housekeeping Recommendation: The materials that constitute hazardous wastes need to be stored in a secure area, with safeguards against leakage into the general environment. project PREWARC TORANICA Mine Faculty of Technology&metallurgy University “St’s Cyril & Methodius 1. Chemical Storage Recommendation: All old and empty chemical drums should be/


Noise Monitoring & Your Hearing Conservation Program

noise, the more hazardous it is. Also, the longer the exposure time, the more hazardous the noise is. A “Noise Dose” combines both loudness and time and is a convenient way of describing the relative hazard of the noise. Noise /is no mandatory sampling schedule. However, employee noise exposure records must accurately reflect the current noise conditions at the mine. The mine operator must decide whether existing records (Self sampling, MSHA sampling, Manufacturer Specs., etc.) reflect current conditions. If/


Geology update on December IPM

comprehensive data interpretation Improve accessibility Reduce maintenance and License cost. Cons Require more procedures. Required competent QA/QC resources. Required initial investment (US $ 118,500). Hazard Mapping and Monitoring Scopes of GIS Work Mining Area Mapping Drilling Activity Drill Core Transport Early Warning System Hazard Mapping and Monitoring Fixed Assets Mapping Tailing Deposition Monitoring TSS Monitoring (KEPMEN 431) Pandan Lima Mod ADA Civil Geotech/


Development & Implementation of Strata Control Practices

a risk based approach, is achieved by: undertaking systematic and thorough site investigations prior, and during, mining to identify and quantify geotechnical hazards and through the systematic application of measurement, observation and design to understand the interaction of mine openings, ground conditions and application of controls. Elimination of geotechnical hazards – notably poor mine design and practices – is a powerful tool available to the geotechnical engineer early in the planning/


UNEP APELL Programme Results of project activities in Cajamarca and APELL promotion in the Mining Sector Other related UNEP initiatives Tomas Marques

+ Local government representatives Opened by the Vice-Minister of Mines, Regional Government of Cajamarca, CONAM, UNEP and ICMM Presentation on the work of the Technical Group of Chemical Substances and on the new (project) regulation on transport of hazardous materials and wastes (MTC) Presentation from the Regional Directorate of the Ministry of Energy and Mines (DREM) Presentation from the Regional Government of Cajamarca 11 April 2008 Workshop in Cajamarca (contd.) Presentations/


Guidelines for Traffic Control at Surface Mines

.9100(a) Rules governing speed, right-of-way, direction of movement and use of headlights to assure appropriate visibility, shall be established and followed at each mine. 56/57.9100(b) Signs or signals that warn of hazardous conditions shall be placed at appropriate locations at each mine. Planning Planning for traffic control is an essential part of the overall planning of a mining operation. Whenever possible, management should anticipate/


By: Kenya, Lourdes, & Eduardo. What is Industrial waste? Industrial waste is the waste produced by industrial activity, such as that of factories, mills.

synthetic compounds. Other methods include deep burial and deep-well injection. Chemical treatments such as catalysis alter the chemical structure of hazardous waste, rendering it harmless. How are industrial waste disposed of? Manufacturing, mining, construction and metallurgical industries generate waste material that often cannot be consumed or recycled. Because many of these industry operations take place on a massive scale, they often produce massive amounts/


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