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Masterclasses

Elevate your expertise with our series of specialised Masterclass sessions hosted by MinRes and TUNRA Bulk Solids in the 500 Pavilion on Tuesday 23rd July.

Out first session, “Supervision Matters: An Introduction to Operational and Safety Supervision Principles and Practice”, presented by MinRes, offers insights into operational and mine safety oversight. Our second session, “Hazard Identification and Risk Perception: A Roadmap for Improved Risk Assessment and Control”, presented by MinRes, serves as a blueprint to approaching the contemporary needs of operational and safety supervision. Finally, “Optimising Belt Conveyor Systems: Troubleshooting, Component Testing and State-of-the-art Research”, presented by TUNRA Bulk Solids explores the role of conveyor belt testing in system optimisation.

For information on how to register for a session, see the details for each relevant session below.

Supervision Matters: An Introduction to Operational and Safety Supervision Principles and Practice

Pavilion 500 Masterclass
Tuesday, 23rd July
12:00pm – 1:30pm

Hazard identification is a cornerstone of effective risk control processes and practices. Risk perception; i.e., attitudes and feelings about both hazards and risks, is a key precursor to the judgements and decisions that are made when assessing ad controlling hazards and risk.

This masterclass discusses the importance of effective hazard identification and risk perception, the behaviours and biases that can result in unidentified hazards and the influences that risk perception can have on risk assessment and control.

This session is presented by

Hazard Identification and Risk Perception: A Roadmap for Improved Risk Assessment and Control

Pavilion 500 Masterclass
Tuesday, 23rd July
12:00pm – 1:30pm

Hazard identification is a cornerstone of effective risk control processes and practices. Risk perception; i.e., attitudes and feelings about both hazards and risks, is a key precursor to the judgements and decisions that are made when assessing ad controlling hazards and risk.

This masterclass discusses the importance of effective hazard identification and risk perception, the behaviours and biases that can result in unidentified hazards and the influences that risk perception can have on risk assessment and control.

This session is presented by

Optimising Belt Conveyor Systems: Troubleshooting, Component Testing and State-of-the-art Research

Pavilion 500 Masterclass
Tuesday, 23rd July
2:00pm – 3:30pm

This workshop will explore the role of belt conveyor component testing in the design and optimisation of conveying systems, as well as typical issues and how they can be prevented.

Current research findings will also be presented and considerations on energy-efficiency conveyors through updates to AS 1333

This session is presented by

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