Metals, Coal, Specialty Mining Risk Assessments

Project NameTailings, logistics, transportation, ship loading, security, environmental, blasting, etc.
ClientPlacer Dome, Plutonic, Homestake, Cominco, Teck (metals & coal), Antamina, Hudson Bay, Codelco, Giant Mine, Balangero (asbestos), etc.
IndustryMining world-wide
Project ObjectiveAssess risks of over 40 mining operations. Deployment of Riskope from pre-feasibility to post-accident during operations, and closure/post-closure and environmental rehabilitation/restauration.
Project ScopeFrom sectoral risk assessments (Tailings and dumps) to overall analyses bearing on production, ingress/egress, harbours and ship loaders, pipelines, access road systems, railroads, fresh water, energy production & distribution.
ResultRiskope's actions have lead to early warnings and subsequent introduction of built-in mitigations which have proven to be effective and sustainable. Riskope has swiftly understood the triggers of deviations, causes of the accidents and suggested innovative proactive approach to risk mitigation within the respect of client's culture, allowing transparent risk and opportunity discussions.
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