The 2018 Mine Occupational Health and Safety summit addressed challenges and solutions facing health and safety in the mining sector, occupational diseases and cultural transformation. The summit was held earlier this week in Benoni. The Mine Health and Safety Council says mining disasters are on the increase in South Africa- although there has been a significant drop in fatalities. Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe said that the industry should strive for a zero harm where all mine workers return from work unharmed every day. We now joined by David Msiza, the Chief Inspector of mines at the Department of Mineral Resources. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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"For me, it's not just a job, it's a passion." Meet Dineo. Follow a day in her life as a Safety Officer at New Vaal Colliery in South Africa. You can find out more about Anglo American here: http://www.angloamerican.com http://www.facebook.com/angloamerican http://www.twitter.com/angloamerican http://www.flickr.com/photos/angloamerican http://www.slideshare.com/angloamerican http://www.linkedin.com/company/anglo-american
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South African Mineral Resources minister, Gwede Mantashe, and the Mine Health and Safety Council hosted the 2018 occupational health and safety summit in Johannesburg recently. Representatives from government, business and labour spent two days in discussion. Angelo Coppola reports. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Mineral Resources Minister, Gwede Mantashe has released statistics on the health and safety performance of the South African mining industry for the 2018 calendar year. These include statistics on fatalities, injuries and occupational diseases. Ensuring the health and safety of mine-workers is among the Minister’s key focus areas as it is critical for the sustainability of the mining industry in the long term. RICHARD JANSEN VAN VUUREN breaks down the findings.
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The 2018 Health and Safety Summit has emphasised the need for urgency in improving mine health and safety standards. But are mining stakeholders really committed to addressing these issues in the sector? Courtesy #DStv403.
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Toxic waste is endangering the lives of tens of thousands of South Africans. The waste is the result of a 19th century gold rush which brought wealth to some but which continues to bring hardship for many more. Kim Vinnell reports.
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The increased number of fatalities in the mining industry has come under the spotlight again. The Mine Health and Safety Summit kicked off in Benoni. Mineral Resources Minister, Gwede Mantashe, emphasised the urgent need to improve health and safety standards. Aviwe Mtila has more…
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Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) Induction film for work experience and work for dole participants. Provides a comprehensive overview of occupational health and safety protocol and regulations within Australia. OH&S - Health and Safety Induction An Into People Inc. production. http://www.intopeopleinc.org
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Conditions in South Africa’s underground mines pose serious health risks for mine workers and their families. The country’s mine workers have the highest rate of tuberculosis (TB) of any working population in the world, constituting a health emergency.
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Presented at the 2018 Mining Health and Safety Conference Culture in Mining: Why It’s Important and How We Can Improve It Brett Webb, Workplace Safety North Culture is the backbone of everything we do, including health and safety. It is shaped by everyday experiences in the workplace and determines the values, beliefs and attitudes that influence how people perform their jobs. This session explores why culture is important and how it’s shaped both individually and organizationally. You’ll also be provided with current examples of cultural pitfalls and a road map to create a positive organizational culture. Stay Connected Twitter: https://twitter.com/@WSN_News LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/workplace-safety-north Health and Safety Newsletter: https://www.workplacesafetynorth.ca/every-worker-magazine
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The recent incident which left seven miners dead and six injured at the Sibanye-Stillwater's Masakhane mine in Driefontein has yet again brought the issue of safety in the mining industry to the fore. The tragic incident happened after 13 miners were trapped underground after a rock fall caused by a seismic event caused a fall of ground last week. According to COSATU, more than 25 miners have died since the beginning of 2018. To talk more on the Safety in the mining industry we are joined by Ken Coster who is a Occupational, Health and Safety expert and partner from Webber Wentzel. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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The search for two miners still trapped underground at Harmony Gold's Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville on Gauteng's West rand continues. About three thousand miners were working when a tremor caused part of the mine to collapse. Joining us to talk about the safety for mine workers underground is Eric Gcilitshana, National Union of Mine Workers Health and Safety Secretary and Bokang Lethala, NUM's regional health & Safety Chairperson working for Harmony Gold's Kusasalethu. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Peter Bailey, National Health and Safety Chair of South Africa's National Union of Mineworkers, explains to War on Want why he came to London to confront the UK-based mining giant Anglo American at the company's annual general meeting on Friday 19 April. He explains how the company has made huge profits from mining in South Africa at the expense of the health of miners.
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Small taste of the most unusual workplace safety training video ever produced.. A Reaper's Guide to OHS. This 4 min safety scene can be shown as an icebreaker for any workplace safety training session. Complete version: https://www.channel1.com.au/product/a-reapers-guide-to-ohs/ whilst entertaining and engaging, provides a general overview of occupational health and safety.
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SHOTLIST 1. Tilt down mine shaft 2. Three officials in hard hats walking 3. Various of mine workers walking to mine shaft 4. Pan from staff in yellow jackets marked 'traffic' to two men in hard hats talking to a woman 5. Rescue team standing around 6. Close up of a rescue woman 7. Pan from mine workers to shaft lift 8. Pan from mine shaft lift to workers, rescuers 9. Mine workers by shaft, pan to assembly point 10. Mine workers 11. Close up of man in pink hat 12. Mine workers seated STORYLINE More than 2-thousand scared, exhausted and hungry workers have been rescued after spending hours deep in a crippled gold mine as efforts gathered speed on Thursday to bring hundreds more to the surface. There were no casualties on Wednesday when a pressurised air pipe snapped at the mine near Johannesburg and tumbled down a shaft, causing extensive damage to an elevator and trapping more than 3-thousand miners more than a mile underground. The accident prompted allegations that one of South Africa's most important industries was cutting safety corners in the name of profit and complaints from the government that mine owner Harmony Gold Mining Company did not bother to inform it of the potential crisis. Minerals and Energy Minister Buyelwa Sonjica said she and President Thabo Mbeki learned of the accident on the late evening news. Mining officials had discovered the elevator was inoperable just after 0600 local time (0500 GMT) on Wednesday and news was first made public by the miners union at 2100 local time. Sonjica said during a visit to the Elandsrand mine at Carletonville - a town in South Africa's mining heartland near Johannesburg - that health and safety legislation would be "tightened up." The mine's general manager Stan Bierschenk said that while morale was low underground, miners perked up as soon as they were rescued. He said most had complained of heat exhaustion and fatigue. The hundreds of workers who remained underground were all near a ventilation shaft and had been given water, but no food for fear of provoking a scramble among miners who had been underground for nearly two days, according to Peter Bailey, health and safety chairman for the National Mineworkers Union. Bierschenk said the company hoped to complete the rescue by lunchtime, although Bailey said late afternoon was more realistic. Last year, 199 mineworkers died in accidents, mostly rock falls, the government Mine Health and Safety Council reported in September. One worker was killed last week in a mine adjacent to Elandsrand. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/58285f57dbeaf8d7d5f6f4771122f2c8 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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SHOTLIST ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Various of entrance to mine shaft 2. Close of sign reading: (English) The Harmony Way 3. Mid shot of sign with entrance to mine shaft in background 4. Various of rescued miners coming out of mine shaft 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Patrice Motsepe, Chairman of Harmony Gold Mining Company: "The situation is under control, the first one hundred and fifty people are safe on surface and the process of bring the rest out the mine is proceeding successfully." 6. Cutaway of cameraman 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Senzeni Zokwana, President of the South African National Union of Mineworkers: "The lives of our members can be in danger. Suppose there is fire underground and the shaft is damaged, how would workers come out (from) underground? I think the lesson is that we need to put safety (at) number one in planning and make sure that at all times, people can be saved quickly." 8. Mineworkers standing around entrance to mine shaft STORYLINE: About 3,000 gold miners were trapped a mile underground on Wednesday when falling pipe damaged the elevator. However the company began rescuing workers through a smaller shaft and estimated it would take 10 hours to get them all out. Early on Thursday morning, a company official said about 350 miners had been evacuated from the mine so far. There were no injuries and there was no immediate danger to any of the workers in Harmony Gold Mining Company's Elandsrand Mine, company and union officials said. Patrice Motsepe, the Chairman of Harmony Gold Mining Company told reporters that a number of miners had already been rescued and "the process of bring the rest out the mine is proceeding successfully." The miners were trapped at a level slightly more than a mile underground when a hydraulic pressure pipe blew out at a weld. The accident happened at 6:20 a.m (0420 GMT). Officials said by 4:15 a.m. (0215 GMT) about 350 miners had been evacuated from the mine. A regional chairman for the union, said there was ventilation for the miners still waiting underground and officials were in contact with the men by a telephone line in the mine. The official confirmed that the trapped miners were in good condition but were hungry, angry and frustrated with the situation. Senzeni Zokwana, the president of the National Union of Mineworkers, said the accident should be a wake-up call for the industry. "I think the lesson is that we need to put safety (at) number one in planning and make sure that at all times, people can be saved quickly," said Zokwana. A spokesman for the union charged that the mine was not properly maintained - but Harmony executives dismissed union criticism saying the shaft was in very good condition with a lot of new infrastructure. According to a government Mine Health and Safety Council report in September, 199 mineworkers died in accidents, mostly rock falls over the past year. South Africa is the world's largest producer of gold as well as a number of other minerals. Harmony's Elandsrand mine is the third largest producing gold mine in South Africa - the company said it produces an average of about 600 kilogrammes (1320 pounds) of gold every month. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e423e57adafeb5a6bb12e0270e929cb9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Sound Idea Digital produced a Health & Safety Video for the South African Bureau of Standards. The video handles necessary security measures, on sight safety and emergency procedures For more information check out our video production website: http://www.soundideavideoproduction.co.za/home/index.php?ipkContentID=909 Contact us for a custom quotation: [email protected] 082 491 5824
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English/Nat Searchers have now retrieved 56 bodies from the wreckage of a gold mine accident in Orkney, South Africa. The mine's owners, Anglo American, said no-one had survived the disaster and the country's most powerful union has accused them of gross negligence. By late Friday, searchers working 2,300 metres (1.4 miles) underground had pulled more than 56 bodies from a gold mine elevator that plunged down a shaft late on Wednesday night. The mine confirmed that there were no survivors among at least 100 gold miners in the two-floor elevator carriage that fell 500 yards (meters) after a locomotive dropped on it. The bodies of the miners had been recovered by rescue teams that cut into the smashed carriage. Almost 50 more were believed to still be in the wreckage. Workers wearing face masks and rubber gloves carried blanket-wrapped bodies on stretchers from a shaft elevator to waiting ambulances. Many workers at the mine came from neighboring countries or far away regions of South Africa, and the company said the switchboard was jammed with calls from relatives inquiring about their loved ones. Only a few of the 56 bodies recovered so far have been identified. The accident occurred when a mine locomotive went into a tunnel closed to locomotive traffic, broke through safety barriers and plunged down the shaft. It landed on an elevator carriage full of workers finishing the night shift, snapping the cable to send the carriage crashing to the bottom of the shaft. Officials said government investigators had questioned the driver of the locomotive, who was not in the vehicle when it fell into the shaft. President Nelson Mandela declared a day of mourning next week and promised speedy action on an upcoming government report on mine safety. Addressing a press conference later on Friday the most powerful trade union federation in South Africa slammed the mine's owners. SOUNDBITE: 'The blame should be placed before the mine bosses. And secondly we are saying that we don't believe that it was the first time that there has been a breach of health and safety. It's only that this time the result was tragic.' SUPER CAPTION: Sam Shilowa, General Secretary C.O.S.A.T.U. (Congress of South Africa Trade Union) South Africa is the world's leading gold producer and has some of the deepest mines. Accidents occur frequently and usually cause fatalities. SOUNDBITE: 'The key focus is that the sort of things were supposed to have been in place were not there and I think the mine bosses should be able to explain to us how come this sort of thing has been happening. SUPER CAPTION: Sam Shilowa, General Secretary C.O.S.A.T.U. (Congress of South Africa Trade Union) However, Anglo American has remained mum on possible causes of the tragedy. The driver of the deadly locomotive was apparently heavily sedated in hospital and the press were not allowed to speak to him. Anglo American regional manager Dick Fischer did speak to the press however - updating the progress being made with the rescue operation. SOUNDBITE: 'There is certainly no chance of any survivors. As we said yesterday, the bottom deck was most badly damaged. We have taken all of the remains of the people out of the top deck - it is completely empty and we have made the first cut into the bottom deck. We have taken four stretchers out of the bottom deck. ' SUPERCAPTION: Dick Fischer, Regional Manager, Anglo- American It is clear that the bodies in the lower deck of the cage have been mangled beyond recognition as grisly parcels not resembling any human form were brought to the surface. The nation's worst mining disaster occurred in 1960, when 437 workers were killed when trapped underground in a coal mine south of Johannesburg. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/99577a3eff8900a450910173bbc78f24 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Minister of Minerals Resources Gwede Mantashe says he is concerned that major mining companies are investing in other African countries rather than South Africa. The minister was addressing delegates at the 2018 Mine Occupational Health and safety conference underway in Benoni, east of Johannesburg. Mantashe says the local mining sector is lagging behind in competitiveness and is losing out on major investment, which is going to other countries instead. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Thousands of mineworkers marched on the Department of Mineral and Energy Affairs in Johannesburg on Saturday morning (16/7), demanding an improvement in safety conditions at work. At the front of the march, organised by the National Union of Mineworkers, were scores of disabled miners in wheelchairs. They were pushed by colleagues in central Johannesburg, to the department offices in Braamfontein. Most had been paralysed in mining accidents and several had lost one or more limbs. Others hobbled on crutches and walking sticks. The march took place on the eve of a Government-appointed commission of inquiry into the health and safety regulations in the mining industry. According to union figures, black mineworkers who spend 20 years underground face a 1 in 30 chance of being killed in a mining accident, and a 1 in 2 chance of being permanently disabled. Last year, 578 mineworkers died in mine accidents. A total of 8532 were seriously injured last year. Meanwhile, South Africa's largest labour federation demanded on Saturday that President Nelson Mandela's government back workers in disputes with employers acording to a Sunday Times report. Sam Shilowa, leader of the 1.2 million-strong Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), made his plea as the country faces its largest strike since the all-race elections in April. More than 15,000 workers at retail giant Pick 'n Pay will stop work Tuesday following the breakdown of wage negotiations and outbreaks of violence between strikers and police at stores in the Johannesburg region. SHOWS: SOUTH AFRICA 16/7: JOHANNESBURG marchers and zoom-out to reveal a statue of mineworkers wheelchair-bound miners leading the march onlookers and marchers mine officials standing by protesters in a bus with posters reading "the right to refuse dangerous work" miners mine officials advancing to podium accepting memo and signing it mine official addressing the gathered group "as you all know, the question of safety and health in the mines is being addressed by a commission sitting in this building as of monday." cheering shouts of mandela! filling the air 2.55 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0c24efa90949bb502336f9a1afc7bd0b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The South African Mining Industry experienced the lowest ever fatalities and injuries on record in 2014. The Department of Mineral Resources released mining Health and Safety figures today. They show that major gold and platinum mines are the biggest contributors to injuries and deaths in the industry. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline
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SHOTLIST 1. Close of South African Communist party flag being carried by singing marchers 2. Close up of mine worker dancing in the street 3. Wide of striking mine workers listening to leaders speech 4. Mid of mine workers with banner that reads: "The stronger the Union, safer the workplace." 5. Close of mineworker sitting down, singing 6. Close of mine worker holding banner and singing and dancing 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, (name not given) striking miner: "Every year there are fatalities, every year, every year" 8. Close of tilt up marchers in wheelchairs, chanting 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, (name not given) striking miner: "Those families, the families of those guys who die, they cannot receive their father's blessing - they are going to cry." 10. Tilt down striking mine worker, removing his helmet wiping his brow, and mimicking digging with a shovel 11. Cutaway of dancing mine worker STORYLINE: Thousands of striking miners protested in Johannesburg on Tuesday, over safety and working conditions in South African mines - where officials estimate one miner dies nearly every day. Around 40-thousand miners joined the colourful march on the Chamber of Mines, in South Africa's capital on Tuesday, many singing and holding brightly coloured banners in support of the Union. "The stronger the Union, safer the workplace," one banner read. One striking miner told AP Television "every year there are fatalities, every year." The one day strike was called by the 270-thousand member National Union of Mineworkers to draw attention to safety concerns in a country where the rate of deaths among miners underground is increasing. Many miners were transported in from rural areas by bus, according to the employer's organisation that includes industry leaders AngloGold Ashanti, Gold Fields, Harmony Gold, Anglo Platinum, Impala Platinum and Lonmin. The miners were expected to present Chamber officials with a memorandum outlining their health and safety concerns during the march. South African President, Thabo Mbeki, has ordered that all mines undergo safety audits and around 50 mines were shut down by the government in one week, recently, due to unsafe working conditions. Chamber officials did not comment on the strike directly, but pointed to a joint statement released last week, after a meeting with the National Union of Mineworkers. The two sides agreed at the meeting the protest strike would be on a "no work, no pay basis." The statement acknowledged "there is much to be done to drastically reduce the number of accidents and fatalities on the mines." In October, 3,200 miners from Harmony Gold, were trapped more than a mile underground for two days after a pressurised air pipe exploded. The miners escaped unscathed, but the accident brought international attention to South Africa's mine safety issues. As of the end of September, some 226 miners had been killed on the job, the mineworkers' union said, compared to 199 in all of 2006. The problems, compounded by the country having the deepest mines in the world, often are seen as a hangover from the former white apartheid regime, which was seen as unconcerned about the safety, poor pay and dire living conditions of black miners. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1d24b43d5edbe2825bcfd1f25ae2dbf0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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A health and safety project from private-sector employer organisa- tion the Chamber of Mines (CoM), called the Mining Industry Occupational Health and Safety Learning Hub, encourages top health and safety performers in the South African industry to share their leading practices with other mining companies.
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Official statistics related to the deaths of mineworkers in South Africa have not been released, but sources indicate that the death toll has breached the 140 mark, an average of 11 deaths a month in 2009. While there has been significant improvement in mine safety in the past decade, the consensus is that one death is one too many.
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Five of South Africa’s largest gold mining companies say they will create a working group to deal with the issue of occupational lung disease. This move comes as the sector faces what could be South Africa’s biggest-ever class action lawsuit. More than 25,000 miners are seeking compensation from gold mining companies. VOA’s Emilie Iob has the story.
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(www.abndigital.com) As rescuers pulled Chilean miners from a collapsed mine, miners in South Africa put down tools in protest against poor safety standards in South Africa's mines. Joining us now on the subject is David Msiza, Acting Chief Inspector of Mines in the Department of Mineral Resources in South Africa.
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Chamber of Mines' Head of Communication Zingaphi Matanzima took a moment to chat on Moutse Community Radio Station earlier this year; focusing on the launch of the Rescue Drill Rig, as well as safety and the ongoing investment the mining industry makes towards ensuring zero harm.
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South Africa's mining sector has some of the deepest mines in the world and its safety record is monitored closely by industry stakeholders. The department of mineral resources on Thursday released the latest health and safety data. According to the country's mineral resources Minister, 2015 saw the lowest ever fatalities recorded in the mining sector; 77 compared to 84 recorded in 2014.
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Christo de Klerk, General Manager of Mines Rescue Services in South Africa, reports on the significance of deep mining on mines rescue during the IMRB Conference (October 2013, Canada). According to de Klerk, South Africa has the deepest mine worldwide with around at 4 kilometers depth. Currently, the mine operators prepare themselves to mine at 5 km depth. That brings on new challenges for miners and mines rescue teams - the established recue concepts have their limits and higher temperatures and longer distances need to be considered. In South Africa, mines very often hire unskilled people to work underground so the safety devices they carry need to be easy to don and to operate. According to their escape strategy, it is important that a refuge chamber is available where they can wait for help in the case of emergency. For generations, Christo de Klerk and his family have been passionate about mines rescue: "The passion to save lives but also the property of the mines." The Dräger expert interview series also includes talks with Ian Cooper, Manager Health & Safety at Hudbay Minerals in Canada; Radoslaw Stach, Mining Area Manager at KGHM Polska Miedz S.A. in Poland and Wolfgang Roehl, Manager Statutory Accident Insurance at Central Mines Rescue Organization in Germany. Click here for more information: http://www.draeger.com/imrb2013
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South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions was established to regulate construction management and also register construction health and safety professionals. Their goal is to register competent CHS professionals that will contribute to the reduction of deaths, injuries, and other incidents on construction sites. Joining me in studio to talk about the registration process in the registrar of SACPCMP Nomvula Rakolote For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline
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Ian Cooper, Health and Safety Manager at Hudbay Minerals in Canada, reports on the significance of deep mining on mines rescue during the IMRB Conference (October 2013, Canada). The limiting factors such as long distances, tight timeframes and high temperatures have a direct effect on possible rescue concepts. Additionally, there are issues with the stability of the ground at that level. The rescue concept from Hudbay Minerals contains both permanent and portable refuge stations. More than 40 years ago, Ian Cooper began his career as a member of the first-aid team in England's mines. Coming to Canada, he was asked to be part of the mines rescue, what he considers "a great honor". The Dräger expert interview series also includes talks with Christo de Klerk, General Manager of Mines Rescue Services in South Africa; Radoslaw Stach, Mining Area Manager at KGHM Polska Miedz S.A. in Poland; and Wolfgang Roehl, Manager Statutory Accident Insurance at Central Mines Rescue Organization in Germany. Click here for more information: http://www.draeger.com/imrb2013
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4th International Conference and Exhibition on Occupational Health & Safety August 24-25, 2015 Toronto, Canada Title: Tuberculosis, HIV and Silicosis – A triple burden for mine workers in South Africa Click here for Abstract and Biography: http://occupationalhealth.conferenceseries.com/speaker/2015/aziza-mwisiongo-university-of-witwatersrand-south-africa OMICS International: http://conferenceseries.com/ OMICS open access Journals: http://omicsonline.org Global Medical Conferences: http://conferenceseries.com Global Pharmaceutical Conferences: http://pharmaceuticalconferences.com Global Cancer Conferences: http://cancersummit.org Global Diabetes Conferences: http://diabetesexpo.com Global Dental Conferences: http://dentalcongress.com Global Nursing Conferences: http://nursingconference.com
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This video contains the application requirements for the GCC for Mines and Works. This includes basics, forms required and more! The Certificate of Competency as a Mechanical or Electrical Engineer or Technician is obtained through the Department of Labour for Minerals and Energy Affairs for Factories and Mines respectively, with the relevant qualification and experience, and having passed the 2 exams set by the Departments. These tips combined with the tips from the other videos, will help guarantee that you pass so you can become a Government Certified Engineer. #MechanicalEngineering #ElectricalEngineering #GCCExam #PrEng #ECSA Email me with the subject GCC for the recent past papers and subscribe for more: [email protected] Visit the Department of Labour Page below is a link to the information brochure: http://www.labour.gov.za/DOL/downloads/documents/forms/occupational-health-and-safety/ohsexambrochure.pdf Find the application forms here for GCC Mines and Works: http://www.dmr.gov.za/mineral-policy-promotion/operating-mines A company that offers material and courses is Palucraft GCC Study - Check them Out; https://www.palucraft-gccstudy.com/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Say hi on Social Media; -Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZaneleZar -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zaznkomo/ -Lets connect on LinkedIn Zanele Nkomo [email protected]
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Work at Harmony's Kusasalethu gold mine has been suspended following an underground fire on Sunday.The company says an investigation into the cause of the fire has already begun. All 486 employees underground at the time were brought to the surface safely. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline
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This week we attend the 2014 Mine Occupational Health and Safety Summit in Johannesburg. We speak to CEO of the SA Chamber of Mines Mike Teke and Peter Bailey National Chairperson: Health and Safety, National Union of Mineworkers. They bring us up to speed on what's been achieved in the target for zero harm on SA's mines.
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