17 - 18 April, 2012, Chifley on Lennons, Brisbane, QLD
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Building on the success of the 2011 events in Brisbane and Perth, Mining IQ is proud to announce Drill & Blast 2012, taking place in Brisbane in April, with the return of Frank Chiappetta, President of Blasting Analysis International. Frank is an experienced engineer who has made an outstanding technical contribution to the mining and explosives industry.
This industry event will focus on strategies to minimise and mitigate fumes, manage blast operations, optimise fragmentation and reduce costs.
The increasing market demand for resources, coupled with the shortage of skilled drill and blast engineers, means there is an urgent need to escalate levels of productivity whilst ensuring the best levels of fragmentation, first time around.
Attend Mining IQ’s Drill & Blast 2012 event to ensure you are maximising the results of your drill & blast operations.
We have conducted in depth research with leading mining companies, mining contractors, and service providers to develop the most relevant event for drill & blast industry professionals. Focusing our research on the issues that affect the east coast specifically, we have developed a conference to help you overcome the challenges faced in your daily operations. This event will provide you with take-aways that will help you to reach production targets, whilst getting optimum fragmentation levels.
This year you have asked us to focus on:
It has definitely opened my eyes in regard to optimisation of drill and blast practices
I have learnt valuable basic principles that I need in my role. I now know what can be done and my expectations have been raised
Key speakers had a good variety of knowledge and topics
Very interesting in the various ways mining companies deal with drill and blast issues
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