It is clear that the pressure on ventilation officers in recent months has been to reduce costs, yet still deliver unrivaled standards of safety. In addition, there is still clarity needed around some of the legislations that impact ventilation professionals, not least how to monitor and reduce diesel emissions down to the mandatory 0.1 mg per cubic metre.
Ensure that you are maintaining up-to- date knowledge of legislation and best practice to avoid risk, system failure and non-compliance by registering your seat now.
Do you want to hear how your peers and experts in this field are balancing costs, safety and efficiency? Are you eager to identify opportunities to improve safety levels and ensure that your risk mitigation plans are in place for every eventuality? Are you still unclear of how to actually reduce your diesel emissions down to 0.1 mg per cubic metre?
If you want answers to the above questions then you simply cannot afford to miss Mine Ventilation 2014. This conference is long overdue on the East Coast and will give you access to real case studies from sites that have significantly improved their ventilation systems and design. Meet with and hear from Senior Ventilation Engineers, Health & Hygiene Superintendents, Chiefs of Ventilation, Underground Superintendents and many more of your peers in addition to regulatory bodies.
Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Mining
From: July 29, 2014 09:00
To: July 31, 2014 18:00
Royal On The Park, 152 Alice St, 4001, Brisbane, Australia