This ACG seminar is to be presented by industry personnel involved in the geomechanical and hydrogeological aspects of open pit analysis. They bring together a wealth of experience to share with seminar participants.
The seminar is designed for practical operational personnel, mine planners, mining engineers, geologists and anyone involved in day-to-day open cut operations. This seminar will be held both online and in-person, facilitating participation from anywhere in the world.
Mine owners, operators and early career geotechnical and mining engineers, suppliers and researchers would benefit from the exchange of ideas and experiences on how to achieve best practice in slope stability monitoring and management.
- Geotechnical hazard recognition and monitoring
- Pit slope stability design and implementation
- Weathered materials
- Rock support and reinforcement principles
- Risk management
- Groundwater and surface water
- Waste dumps and stockpiles
- Control blasting principles
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This seminar commences at 8:00 AWST, 21-25 November 2022. Check your local start time with the Time Zone Converter.Attendee Portal
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Oceans Institute, Theatre Auditorium, Fairway Entrance 3, The University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia and Online
Professor Phil Dight