Safety in Mineral Processing Plants

(1 Day Training Course)

Safety in Mineral Processing Plants


Best practices for a safety in operations.


Focuses on development, implementation and maintenance of best practices for safely operating a mineral processing plant. This course covers risk assessment, mitigation and contingency, plant procedures, first aid, safety rules, signage, root cause, potential hazards prevention and protection of potential hazards and environmental regulations.

Key Learning Outcomes:

There are many benefits of attending this course. Throughout the course, participants will improve their knowledge in the following areas:

  • Risk assessment, mitigation and contingency pertaining to safety in mineral processing plants
  • Plant procedures, first aid, signage and prevention and protection of potential hazards
  • Relevant case studies

Course Programme:

(Subject to change & customisation for your requirements)

  1. Introduction
  2. Risk Assessment, Mitigation and Contingency
  3. Plant Procedures
  4. Parties Involved
  5. First Aid Procedures
  6. Safety Rules
  7. Signage
  8. Root Cause of Potential Hazards

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed to provide knowledge of a wide range of aspects regarding the best practices in mineral processing to project managers, geologists, senior mine and processing plant operating staff, engineers and researchers. The course can also benefit training providers, suppliers to the resource industry, technologists, accountants, brokers and investors. It requires no pre-requisite knowledge.

Also suited to:

  • Mining personnel
  • Project managers
  • Geologists
  • Senior mine staff
  • Suppliers to the resource industry
  • Administration staff

For a brochure, further information on this course or to register please contact our training department on +61 8 9421 9000 or send an email to

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