With the increase in number of deaths caused by accidents in the mining industry, it has become very important for the mining companies to take serious measures to avoid such incidents. The companies have to upgrade the knowledge of their workers with the current technology and procedures to reduce the number of accidents.
Health & Safety is a smart investment and not an expense, therefore “Global Health & Safety in Mining Conference”which will be held on 26th- 27th September 2011 in London is the perfect opportunity for the mining companies to discuss their issues and learn about new improved HSE policies and measures.
Global Health & Safety in Mining Conference will focus on how to make smart investments in your HSE policies and translate it to the people it really matters. The focus will also be on the health hazards for the miners and how it can be reduced.
Who will speak?
Eminent speakers of national and international repute who will share their insights about the HSE issues include:
Mathew Heppleston - European Commission
Henrik Magnusson - Work Environment Developer, LKAB
Stuart Hoult - Safety Director, UK Coal
Dr. Ciaran MacCarron - HSE Advisor, Chevron Australia Pty Ltd
Edgar Bolton - Director of Health and Safety, African Barrick GoldSpeakerand many more…
Who will you meet?
The conference will also give a golden opportunity to all the Mining Professionals to meet the VP’s, Global Directors, Safety Coaches, Corporate Medical Advisors, Senior Officers, etc. and establish new contacts and learn about the best policies adopted by them.
Who are the organizers?
The summit is organized by Fleming Gulf Conferences who is one of the biggest names in business intelligence. The company has 5-year history of producing high quality, industry specific business events around the world and in the Middle East.
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