This course concentrates on the systems, methodology, and practical applications seen within site security as it is applied to the mining and extraction industries. In particular, how an event or policy might influence risk; threat and impact will be outlined as well as several assessment methods. The course emphasises the need to implement proper management structures and provides examples of leadership processes that are fit for purpose and effective.
The issues raised in this course will be of great help to security professionals as well as other managers involved in heavy industry, especially when operating in underdeveloped or unstable regions. The practical measures that can be taken to deter an attack and how best to respond if one occurs are skills all managers should appreciate. Instigating local community support and effective legal risk management are also very useful tools for when properly applied a reduction in litigation may well occur.
The principal issues covered in Mine Security Risk Analysis and Reduction include:
- Legal Liabilities and Security
- Site Survey
- Site-Based Protection
- Recruitment and Using Subcontractors
- Contingency Planning
Mine Security Risk Analysis and Reduction is structured with five course parts and a total of 22 viewing sessions of 30-60 minutes each, plus interactive course reviews (quizzes). Current course duration is equivalent to approximately 16 hours of study content.