Monitoring and Measuring the Safety of the Working Environment While Strategically Utilizing Ventilation Resources to Reduce Cost and Save Energy
Underground mine ventilation is an extremely important area of focus for all mining professionals as mines have to be adequately ventilated to ensure safety of workers and reduce energy costs. Main goal of the miners is to tactically manage and reduce costs in underground mines while monitor safety of the working environment. A proper ventilation system will ensure that workers are breathing clean air and avoiding contact with any harmful contaminants such as gases and chemicals. An effective ventilation system will also ensure that machines do not get clogged up with dust and become inefficient. Attend this event to learn, share and advance your knowledge in underground ventilation in both coal and metal/non-metal mines.
IQPC’s Mine Ventilation Summit will expose you to the most current topics:
- Ventilation Planning: Discussing Key Steps to Intelligently Plan Ventilation Systems in New and Existing Mines
- Operation & Cost Control: Taking a Strategic Approach and Developing Cost Effective Methods of Ventilating the Mines
- Keying in on Dust, Gas, Air Quality Monitoring for Better Understanding of Safety Precautions in Mines
- Technology & Equipment: Strategically Managing and Reducing Costs during the Mining Process While Using Appropriate Ventilation Equipment