|Date||28 November 2023|
|-||29 November 2023|
|Location||Emperors Palace Convention Centre, Johannesburg|
Mine Health and Safety Awards Final Programme 23112023.pdf
Mine Health and Safety Conference Final Programme 23112023.pdf
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Abstract Submission Deadline – 6 October 2023
28 November 2023
Online Only via Zoom
29 November 2023
Emperors Palace Convention Centre, Johannesburg
The conference is centered on improving safety, health and environmental practices within the mining and metallurgical industry. It seeks to create a platform for knowledge-sharing and idea exchange among various stakeholders, including mining companies, Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE), Minerals Council South Africa, labour unions, and health and safety practitioners at all levels within the industry.
The main objectives of the conference are as follows:
Promoting Learning: The conference aims to facilitate a space where attendees can learn from each other’s experiences and best practices. This will help enhance overall safety and environmental standards in the mining and metallurgical sector.
Addressing Safety, Health, and Environment: The conference will focus on discussions related to safety and health issues within the industry, including the well-being of employees, contractors, and local communities. It will also emphasize the importance of reducing the environmental impact of mining and metallurgical processes.
Enhancing Relationships with Local Communities: Recognizing the significance of local communities, the conference will address the issues surrounding their relationship with mining companies. This can include concerns about environmental effects, community engagement, and socioeconomic impacts.
Zero Harm Approach: The conference will highlight the importance of adopting a ‘zero harm’ approach to health and safety in the mining and metallurgical sector. This means striving for an injury-free and accident-free workplace.
Value-Based Approach: A value-based approach to health and safety implies that these aspects are not just compliance-driven but are deeply ingrained in the organizational values and culture. This conference aims to encourage discussions and strategies to promote such a value-based approach.
Addressing Key Challenges: The conference will tackle major challenges in the mining industry, such as logistics, energy usage, and safety concerns related to employees, contractors, and communities.
By bringing together diverse stakeholders and sharing their expertise and experiences, this conference hopes to foster a safer and more sustainable mining and metallurgical industry. It emphasizes the importance of collaboration and collective efforts to address the complex challenges faced by the sector.
Accomodation booking discount at Emperors Palace for the Industry Awards Day, Available from 28 Nov - 29 Nov.
The conference should be of value to:
Mine health and safety officials
Underground production supervisors
Surface production supervisors
Minimizing of waste
Including mining consultants, suppliers and manufacturers
Education and training
Energy solving projects
Water solving projects
Academics and students
Call for presentations on the topics of safety, health and environment
Prospective authors are invited to submit titles and abstracts of their presentations in English and not longer than 500 words. Abstracts should be submitted to: Camielah Jardine, Head of Conferencing, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract Submission Deadline – 1 Sep 2023
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