|Event Date/Time: Nov 20, 2008||End Date/Time: Nov 21, 2008|
With this leading-edge technical course, Geotechnical Assessment for Open Pit Mines in Tropical Countries, will take you through:
* Optimizing slope design and stability in
* Ongoing review of design, scheduling, support
and reinforcement design as your pit develops
with detailed technical analysis
* Management of slope instability risk in open
cut coal mines
* Effects of erosion and weathering on rock
properties that affect future planning and
A good, solid understanding of Geotechnical Assessment for Open Pit Mines in Tropical Countries can be the difference between an effective or challenging mine as it grapples with potential project delays and reduced cost savings, especially when you do not have a full understanding of the geotechnical aspects needed to design and run an open pit mine.
This course is designed for the following group of professionals who would want to increase the success of their mines through effective geotechnical l knowledge during the planning and design stage, including: Mine Managers, Pit Managers, Geotechnical Managers, Geotechnical Engineers, Head of Planning, Mine Engineers, Geotechnical Engineering Superintendent, Mining Superintendent, Head of Engineering, Head of Geology, Geology Superintendent, Mine Support Manager, Mine Support Engineer.