Overview

Overview

Safety is normally driven by laws and regulations which happen to vary vastly in different parts of the world. The IMnI handles this complex but important part of HSE under the knowledge-sharing and best practices initiative. The IMnI, raised the bar on safety by launching a series of annual best practices workshops. These workshops are comprised of a 2-day lecture program and a one day technical tour which enables participants to see the issues highlighted during the lectures first hand. Attendees are normally those handling HSE issues within IMnI member companies; developed on every continent and bringing together a wide variety of technical, industrial, and scientific backgrounds, the workshops so far have been a resounding success.

Overview of yearly themes and summary reports:

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6th Workshop (November 2014): Sustainability & corporate responsibility » LOG IN
5th Workshop (April 2014): Traffic control strategies to reduce accidents in mines » LOG IN
4th Workshop (April 2013): Environmental Issues » LOG IN
3rd Workshop (March 2012): Workplace exposure based health concerns - Lecture Notes » LOG IN
2nd Workshop (May 2011): Handling Liquid Metal Hazards » LOG IN
1st Workshop (March 2010): Water Leak Detection Technologies » LOG IN

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