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Event: CIM 2018 Mitigations resilience, economic optimization with military grade risk application
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Date/Time: 07/05/2018 - 09/05/2018 - All Day
Location: CIM 2018 Convention & EXPO, 1055 Canada Pl, Vancouver,
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CIM 2018 Mitigations resilience, economic optimization with military grade risk application is a presentation by Cesar Oboni and Franco Oboni.

It encompasses a methodological review of  convergent, multi-hazard, interdependent system’s analysis and case history in the mining world.

Mitigations, resilience and economic optimization with military grade risk application

Mining and Military systems are astonishingly similar. Diversified miners may have several base metals and other divisions, while the Military have Forces such Ground, Navy, Air Force. Additionally, those Forces, like mining divisions, are interdependent at strategic and tactical level.

All strive for excellence while having hazard exposures and systemic risks at various levels.

Risk Management, systemic resilience enhancements and economic optimization are of paramount importance. Indeed,  miners and armed forces have to:

  • quickly adapt to new situations while continuously operate (asset, maintenance, and stewardship),

  • deal with confidential, secret information,

  • satisfy the public while being heavily scrutinized by antagonists, and finally,

  • operate under expanding web-based automation.

CIM 2018 Mitigations resilience, economic optimization with military grade risk application

The Swiss Army Cyber Defence selected the ORE (Riskope’s Optimum Risk Estimates) methodology. ORE, originally developed for specific mining applications (tailings, power generation and distribution, pipelines, logistic) easily morphed into a convergent, multi-hazard inter-forces risk management program.

The presentation shows a mining industry ORE case history deployment where the “military grade”, risk application allows for risk informed decision and delivers numerous benefits.

In the era of Internet of Things miners can embrace Risk Management 2.0 and maximize the benefits of convergent, multi-hazard, interdependent system’s analysis.

Convergent risk management delivers better understanding, better evaluations, better decisions, greater success, as shown by our CIM 2018 Mitigations resilience, economic optimization with military grade risk application.

Event: A Step by Step Guide to Risk Informed Decision Making for Mining Projects and Operations
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Date/Time: 05/11/2017 - All Day
Location: FAIRMONT BANFF SPRINGS, 405 Spray Avenue , Banff, Alberta
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Tailings and Mine Waste 2017

A step by step guide to Risk Informed Decision Making for mining projects and operations course at TMW2017

November 5th-8th 2017 Banff Springs Hotel,
Banff, Alberta, Canada

By Franco Oboni, Cesar Oboni, Oboni Riskope Associates Inc., Vancouver, B.C.

Riskope will be present and active with two papers and a short course.

Short course: A step by step guide to Risk Informed Decision Making for mining projects and operations.

A step by step guide to Risk Informed Decision Making for mining projects and operations will be a hands-on exercise. We will use the Balangero Asbestos Mine Dumps Environmental Rehabilitation as a basis. That project, a competitive bid, was won by an engineering group supported by what was then called Risk Based Decision Making (RBDM). Thus it was demonstrated that including risk assessment through the design of a project, from cradle to delivery and including risk driven maintenance concepts brought value and a leading edge to the proponents.

A Step by Step Guide to Risk Informed Decision Making for Mining Projects and Operations

Together we will work through all the phases of the approach (based on the ORE methodology -Optimum Risk Estimates- ©Oboni Riskope Associates Inc.), including:

· System definition
· Success/failure criteria. Objectives Hierarchy, constrained objectives.
· Alternatives generation
· Delivered data
· Needed data. Data to be acquired/evaluated
· What methods to use for probabilistic estimates?
· Hazards and multi-dimensional consequences analyses
· Risks
· Risk tolerances
· Dashboards
· Recommendations and Condition of validity.
· Decision-making (alternative selection, mitigation, resilience enhancements, etc.)
· Actions (includes communication)
· Back to the start: monitoring, new data, etc.

Schedule and ToC follow the approach above:

09:00-10:30
· Introductions
· System definition
· Success/failure criteria. Objectives Hierarchy, constrained objectives.
· Alternatives generation
Coffee

11:12:30
· Delivered data
· Needed data. Data to be acquired/evaluated
· What methods to use for probabilistic estimates?

Lunch
13:30-15:00
· Hazards and multi-dimensional consequences analyses
· Risks
· Risk tolerances
· Dashboards
· Recommendations and Condition of validity.
Coffee

15:30-17:00
· Decision-making (alternative selection, mitigation, resilience enhancements, etc.)
· Actions (includes communication)
· Back to the start: monitoring, new data, etc.

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