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13th AusIMM Underground Operators' Conference 2017

Conference Proceedings
Published in 2017

The 13th AusIMM Underground Operators’ Conference was held from 16–18 October 2017 on the Gold Coast, Australia. Over 40 papers were presented covering the following topics: blasting technology, contracting and operating personnel, geotech, human resource issues and innovations, innovative ideas, occupational health and safety, overseas projects and coal, productivity planning and costs, reserves and production, safety innovation and vertical development.

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