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Geological and Plant data generation and evaluation workshop

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All business decisions, from the control room to executive committee meetings are based on good quality data. The generation, evaluation and correct use of the data are however not that straightforward.

This workshop therefore takes a critical look at means to improve the generation of data in geology, mining and plant environments that will have a positive impact on overall mine performance.

Develop a better understanding of how to generate data that reflect the reality in complex mining environments and then how to use the data to improve overall business performance.
Benefits of attending

• Creating geological models and geostatistical models focused on ore extraction

• Impact of variability on overall mining performance

• Sampling error flows through to plant behaviour

• Focussed sampling for plant behaviour

• Ore body geometry and 'non-traditional' variables

• Building Resource and Reserve Statement with maximum ore extraction focus

• Maximise ore extraction and minimise waste generation

• Discover the need to integrate geology, mining and plant

• Use of basic statistics in data evaluation and plant control

Who should attend

• Production Geologists

• Geological Modellers

• Consulting Geologists

• Geologists

• Exploration Geologists

• Mineral Resource Managers

• Mineral Resource Specialists

• Group Mineral Resource Geologists

• Geology Managers

• Geology Researcher

• Metallurgists

• Production Metallurgists

WHEN: 25 - 26 August 2014

WHERE: Global Prospectus Training Centre,
366 Pretoria Avenue, Randburg

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