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                                                                               MineSAFE 2011
                                                                               Industry Awards Day
                                                                                     19 August 2011


The organising committee and all delegates in attendance at the MineSAFE 2011 Industry Awards Day held on 19 August 2011 at the Emperors Palace, Hotel Casino Convention Resort in Johannesburg would like to congratulate the following award winners on their achievement.

MineSAFE 2011
Industry Awards Day Winners 

Gold Mines

7th  in Safety Class – Target Mine
6th  in Safety Class – KDC Mine
5th  in Safety Class- Tshepong Mine
4th  in Safety Class – Kusaselethu Mine
3rd  in Safety Class – South Deep Mine
2nd  in Safety Class – Moab Khotsong Mine
Best in Safety Class – Savuka Mine

Coal Mines

7th  in Safety Class – Isibonelo Mine
6th  in Safety Class – Klipspruit Open Cast Mine
5th   in Safety Class- New Denmark
4th  in Safety Class – Greenside Mine
3rd  in Safety Class – Goedehoop Mine
2nd  in Safety Class – Shanduka Mine
Best in Safety Class – New Vaal Mine

Platinum Mines

7th  in Safety Class – Middelkraal Mine
6th  in Safety Class – Khomanani Mine
5th  in Safety Class – Mototolo Mine
4th  in Safety Class – BRP Mine
3rd  in Safety Class – Eastern platinum E2 Shaft
2nd  in Safety Class – Siphumelele Mine 2 Shaft
Best in Safety Class – Western Platinum W1 Shaft

Base Metals and Diamond Mines

3rd  in Safety Class – Beeshoek Iron Ore Mine
2nd  in Safety Class – Idwala Lime
Best in Safety Class – Finsch Mine

South African Association of Mining Contracting Companies

2nd  in Class – Newrak Mining
Best in Class – Shaft Sinkers

John T. Ryan Award

Modikwa Platinum Mine 


For more information on the MineSafe conference please contact:
R van der Berg
 Email:
raymond@saimm.co.za

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