The global mining industry continues to evolve at a rapid rate and mining professionals are asked to explore new ways of enhancing their performance and contributions. The ACG’s specialised publications can help industry personnel maintain and develop their skills, knowledge and capabilities. Navigate the ACG Publications:
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The ACG Online Repository of Conference Proceedings provides the geomechanics fraternity with open access to peer-reviewed conference proceedings. It is a repository of information and research which can assist readers in the development of their skills, knowledge and capabilities. If you would like to have your conference proceedings made available on the ACG Online Repository of Conference Proceedings, please contact the ACG.
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The global mining industry continues to evolve at a rapid rate and mining professionals are asked to explore new ways of enhancing their performance and contributions. The ACG’s specialised publications can help industry personnel maintain and develop their skills, knowledge and capabilities.
Achieving high safety standards continues to be recognised as one of the basics for mining companies to become successful. It is therefore not surprising to find that the improvement for mine safety is consistently at the top of the priority list of most mining companies. The ACG addresses this industry concern through the provision of current, comprehensive and specific geomechanics related publications.
Innovative training tools advance a safer working environment
Mining is carried out in an environment that undergoes frequent and varied changes. The factors that affect the safety and productivity of a mine must be considered at a number of different levels prior to and during the extraction process. Workers are required to readily identify and avoid potential hazards. As these skills are likely to arise without prior experience, they must be imparted through state-of-the-art training. Recognising the vital importance of employee training to improve mine safety and production performance, the ACG’s training platform is designed to enhance the competency, knowledge and skill base of the mining workforce. For many mining companies, ACG training products have become an integral and essential component of their training programs.