IBRAM Mining Event - Belo Horizonte, Minas Gervais. 2019
Suppliers of technologies for management and management of mining tailings
Located in the auditorium of the Regional Council of Engineering and Agronomy of Minas Gervais, this event “Suppliers of Technologies for management and management of mining tailings” takes place on the 5th-6th June, Belo Horizonte and has attracted over 70 technical proposals from around the world, with only 38 being successful.
”"Proposals were received from a number of countries including Canada, Denmark, Finland, the United States, Germany, England and Brazil. Unfortunately, it was not possible to open space for all those interested in this first cycle of presentations, but the Brazilian Mining Institute (IBRAM) is working with partners to schedule a second date.”Walter AlvarengaIBRAM - CEO
Javier Murdocca from EHS Data, South America, will be addressing attendees about the environmental challenges faced by today’s mining industry, and how an investment in environmental monitoring technology can drastically reduce compliance risks whilst the prevention of disasters. Javier will be available in Belo Horizonte for this prestigious IBRAM mining event from the 4th- 6th June. If your organization requires advice on environmental monitoring data, please contact Javier directly via email to arrange a 121 meeting.
Using Environmental Monitoring Data to Prevent Disasters
Environmental disasters are something responsible companies work hard to avoid, with many corporate organisations spending years establishing their reputation as an environmentally responsible brand.
But, environmental disasters do occur, with natural causes and personnel errors listed as the highest cause. So, how are environmental teams managing and developing their environmental monitoring data strategy to protect and prevent future disasters?
Naturally, data is an important tool in case of environmental emergencies as monitoring that data plays a dominant role in assessing the extent of the damage, as well as a foundation for restoration and repair.
About this event
The approach between suppliers and miners is an initiative of IBRAM, in partnership with CREA-MG and with the support of the Ministry of Mines and Energy. In addition, the Public Call also received support from the Brazilian Mineral Magazines, In The Mine, Mineração Brasil website, the United Kingdom consulate, the Canadian Embassy, and the United States, Business Sweden, Business Finland, and Ethics Events.
The Brazilian Institute of Mining (IBRAM), a private, nonprofit national organization, represents the companies and institutions that work in the mineral sector in search of an environment conducive to business, competitiveness, and sustainable development. In order to foster innovation in the sector, as well as the dissemination of best practices and technologies available in the market, it elaborates debates, events, studies, research and statistics related to mineral economy, taxation, legislation, trends, risks and opportunities and other topics related to activities by the mining industry.
Founded on December 10, 1976, the IBRAM built credibility in the political, economic, and social scenarios, due to its ethical performance and technical experience. With a focus on promoting sustainable development and disseminating best practices in occupational health and safety, IBRAM represents the main companies and institutions related to the mineral sector.
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