Securing your physical assets from pit to port
Security is vital in mining operations to: protect the value commodities, expensive machinery and create a safe working environment. Africa’s economy thrives on mining. It holds the biggest producer of platinum and one of the largest producers of gold in the world, and also mines coal and diamonds. Africa boasts some of the deepest mines in the world with some gold mines reaching deeper than 300 metres and digging below 5000 metres. This means that security is a huge and expensive issue.
Keeping massive mine sites secure from intruders poses large logistical and technological challenges for operators.
Anglo American Platinum, Goldfields and AngloGold Ashanti, along with other top mines in Africa will be engaging in discussions surrounding Mine Site Security in Africa at the Mine Site Security Africa 2013 conference taking place on 28 & 29 January 2013, at the Park Inn Radisson, Johannesburg, South Africa. The event will generate discussions on crisis management, preventing personnel security breaches, recognizing African threat levels and determining a control framework
What can you expect at the Mine Site Security Africa 2013 Conference?
- Improving site security with technology
- Preventing personnel security breaches
- Incorporating security into the overall operations of the mine
- you can implement back on the job
This is your chance to learn from industry peers and leaders so take advantage of the early bird promotion and reserve your seat now!.
Who is this conference for?
- Security Managers,
- Security Superintendents
- Heads of Health
- Safety and Security
- Risk Managers
- Anyone interested in Mine site security, operations and logistics.