Hazards, Safety and Security Management of Mining Access Roads

AREAS OF STUDY: Management

Qualifies for CMS

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  • Audience Level: Professional | Technical | New to Mining Tool Tip
  • Dates: Unscheduled Tool Tip
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  • Enrollment: Included Tool Tip
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  • Location: Live Webcast Tool Tip
  • Duration: 2 sessions of 3 hours each
  • CEUs: 0.8 (8 PDHs) Tool Tip

Course Summary

Summary

Off-site road transportation (access roads) to mining operations (public, private or semi-private) poses a series of unique challenges to people in charge of their Safety, Security and Hazard Management.

This course draws information from a number of real-life studies performed on this type of road by the authors, and presents them following the logic of a Safety, Security and Hazard Management Report that could be prepared for a road that crosses a variety of terrains and is subjected to a wide array of hazards, considering, of course, a variety of climatic zones. The course is divided into steps, which correspond to those steps necessary to complete a Safety, Security and Hazard Management Report.

At the end of the course, the course proposes a catalogue of mitigations that can be integrated in order to enhance Safety, Security and Hazard Management along any mining road. These include both physical mitigations on the road/infrastructure, and personnel mitigations, including a review of driver's fatigue, etc. Technical Appendices deliver specific information that will help Road Managers to design specific signals and signage.

This course makes references to prior Edumine courses by F. Oboni and C. Oboni whenever necessary but doesn't require the knowledge of them and does not repeat any information contained in the courses on risk assessment, risk, or management.

Pre-Course e-Learning

Prior to the course, registered delegates have access to the online e-learning material consisting of an introductory course titled Hazards, Safety and Security Management of Mining Transportation on Off-Site Roads.

Certificate in Mining Studies

This course qualifies for one day of short course credit for the Certificate in Mining Studies (CMS), a continuing education program of accredited short courses, webcasts and online courses for lifelong learning in mining, supported by University of British Columbia and University of Arizona. more details »

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Registered participants who attend the entire webcast and complete an evaluation at the end of the course will receive a Certificate of Attendance, confirming the Professional Development Hours (PDH)/Continuing Education Units (CEU) earned. Please confirm with your employer and/or professional association that this course qualifies for CPD.

Who Should Attend?

Mining personnel responsible for access road (private/semi-private/public) Safety, Security, and related Hazards Management. Management in charge of buses, shuttles, subcontractors' traffic, and transportation by road to and from the mine, including transport of chemicals, machinery, over-sized freight, products (for example cathodes, concentrate), etc. Mining personnel in charge of ERM wanting to broaden their views to road/traffic hazards and risks.

Franco Oboni

After two decades of intense geotechnical and contracting experience, above and underground, Franco slowly but surely pivoted towards risk engineering, an arena in which he has been internationally active for over two decades. Franco manages a broad range of risk and crisis mitigation projects for major mining companies all over the world. Projects include negotiations with community leaders, Quantitative Risk Assessments, Optimum Risk Estimates (ORE ©Riskope, 2010–present) and third party reviews. Franco has over fifty published papers and is co-author of the 2007 book entitled: “Improving Sustainability through Reasonable Risk and Crisis Management”. Franco delivers customized seminars world-wide and was co-recipient of the Italian Canadian Chamber of Commerce (Canada West) 2010 Innovation Award. His clients include international mining companies, UNDP, Fortune 500, World Bank, railroads, highways, harbors, luxury and food suppliers, military and numerous communities, regional and provincial governments.

Cesar Oboni

Cesar is involved in quantitative risk analyses and third party reviews for mining operations, mining logistics, commercial wharves, production facilities and environmental protection “at perpetuity” projects. Cesar has been very active in the analysis of special and emerging risks, co-authoring a report on Cyber-defence at national scale for a European country. In various projects Cesar created a link between Risk Analysis and mitigative action plans considering Health & Safety, societal acceptability, willingness to pay and other social drivers. His clients include Fortune 500, large mining corporations, UN/UNDP, transportation companies and military. Cesar is the co-author of the 2007 book entitled: “Improving Sustainability through Reasonable Risk and Crisis Management” and over fifteen papers published in international conferences and symposiums. He was co-recipient of the 2010 ICCC, Italian Canadian Chamber of Commerce (Canada West), Innovation Award.

Provisional Schedule

This webcast is divided into two sessions with following topics:

Session 1: 10 October 2012, from 8:00am to 11:00am Pacific Daylight Time
Duration Session

Introduction

75 min

Step 1: Preliminary Data Gathering

  • General history of accidents on the road/in the region/country
  • Expected mining traffic vs. general traffic
  • Review of accident related available documents
  • Road description and black-spots
105 min

Step 2: Generic Preliminary Inspection/Review of the Road

  • Safety audit (for projects)
  • Safety review (for existing roads)
  • Road safety impact assessment (looks at all adjacent infrastructures)
  • Accident analysis
Session 2: 11 October 2012, from 8:00am to 11:00am Pacific Daylight Time
Duration Session
45 min

Step 3: Specific Aspects Linked to Mining Roads

  • Security/criminality/sabotage/activists/fundamentalists/terrorism/landmines
  • Special vehicles/oversized/construction equipment/hazardous matters/hydrocarbons
  • Subcontractors/minivans
  • Management "personal" vehicles
  • Buses: mine's personnel shuttles/other buses
90 min

Step 4: Hazard Identification Primer (a guide to where to look/what to seek)

  • Natural hazards
  • Human related hazards (error, fatigue, cell phones, etc.)
  • Fauna related hazards
  • Technical hazards related to traffic/vehicles
45 min

Step 5: Possible Mitigations (examples for various hazardous situations, aspects etc.)

  • Physical mitigations
  • Awareness, medical (including extreme conditions, altitude etc.), fatigue, accidents reporting/lessons learned techniques

Conclusions and Recommendations, Final discussion

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Fees

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