Date: Monday 30 October 2017
Time: 8:30am – 5:30pm
Location: Melbourne Convention Centre
Efficiency, cost and productivity are key to good mining decisions.
- To enhance value in operations we need to have the right tools.
- To make the right investment decisions we understand how we can add value.
- To minimise risks, we need to test scenarios and have options to adapt.
This interactive, engaging workshop provides you with practical tools, operational insights and new knowledge to shine the light on powerful value-adding improvement and innovation opportunities.
Decision makers, senior mining leaders, operational managers, technical professionals, energy experts, sustainability professionals, and mining equipment and technology providers will:
- Be involved in solving a mining company’s live operational challenge
- Learn from ten practical operational improvement case studies
- Increase knowledge to maximise productivity through smart, targeted improvements
- Hear from knowledgeable industry leaders
- Share and brainstorm collaborative, practical solutions
- Understand which options can deliver value in different situations
- Learn more about smart mining and energy efficient value levers
- Extend knowledge of exciting advances and emerging technologies
- Learn how comminution energy curves can help target improvement investments
- Learn how to benchmark, measure and track energy efficiency improvements.
You will come away armed with a range of solutions, understand how to access and use free benchmarking tools, enhance your understanding of improvement options that have worked in other operations, and learn about a raft of new technologies and emerging advances.
Workshop facilitated by CEEC:
AusIMM Professional Development (PD)
In partnership with the AusIMM, all workshops at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) will now contribute 7.5 hours towards your personal and Professional Development (PD).
It is a requirement of AusIMM membership that individuals engage in an appropriate level of professional development (PD). Maintaining current knowledge and skills through PD activities is imperative to ensuring AusIMM members continue to be the leading professionals in the global minerals sector.