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  2. Mining personnel stay safe everyday with diesel emissions analysers
  3. Mining ventilation: how to support and monitor a safe air supply
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March’s top news stories

The UK-based World Gold Council has launched a consultation for a draft of its Responsible Gold Mining Principles, and The Minerals Council of South Africa has applied for a judicial review of the country’s Mining Charter, which was updated last year following years of debate. Mining-technology.com wraps up key headlines from March 2019.

Mining personnel stay safe everyday with diesel emissions analysers

Diesel engines are common in in the mining workplace, so it’s vital that workers are conscious of the breathable levels of the fuel’s emissions present in the air. A diesel emissions analyser can be used to track these levels, and make sure personnel are working in safe and habitable conditions.

Mining ventilation: how to support and monitor a safe air supply

The maintenance of a mining ventilation system is integral for the health and security of the operation’s personnel. Regulation of airflow is something which needs to be taken very seriously – in some cases, just a few seconds of breathing in a contaminant such as carbon monoxide can have devastating consequences.

Mapping natural risks for South American miners

Meteorological agencies are warning of increasing risks of an El Niño storm event in 2019, which poses a risk for South American miners. It wouldn’t be the first natural crisis experienced by the continent’s mining sector. We map the natural disasters that have hit South American miners in recent years.

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