REMOTE WORKPLACES TRAINING WORKSHOP
Minerals West Coast invites West Coast mine and quarry managers to attend the first of our training events for the year.
If you are a mine or quarry manager, ensuring having your work site ready to respond in the event of an emergency could be life saving. Minerals West Coast invites you to attend this three-hour workshop being held by Mines Rescue to ensure you and your staff are ready.
Many West Coast mines and quarries operate in remote locations a long way from emergency services and with limited mobile phone coverage.
The Mines Rescue run workshop will cover the following areas:
• The Importance of emergency planning relative to the scale of the operation
• Overcoming location, distance, and time barriers to medical assistance
• End-user targeted solutions and simple application
• Type of resources to effectively support emergency management
• ‘Lone-Worker’ solutions
The workshop will be held at the Mines Rescue Station at Rapahoe, north or Greymouth, on Tuesday the 9th of March from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.
For more information, or to book tickets, for you or one of your managers, click the link below.
If you have any questions about this event, or your CPD hours and obligations as a holder of a certificate of competence for mine and quarry managers, please contact Patrick Phelps on 021 238 6846, or email@example.com
Waipuna Lime Ltd
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