OUR SERVICES

 

MinEx Safety Services  work with  junior or major companies that are involved in the  Mineral Exploration Industry in remote sites and in resource poor areas. The following services can be provided:

 

  • Training of workers and contractors in all safety related subjects including hazard identification and risk management processes.

  • Risk Analysis - Identifying potential and existing hazards and assessing the risk of those hazards in order to provide a proactive process of control before harm or loss occurs (Risk Management), and determining whether existing or planned control methods are adequate.

  • Development, design and implementation of Safety, Health and Environmental policies, plans and procedures for all operations.

  • Provision of Safety, Occupational Health and Environmental advisors to support exploration teams.

 

  • Implementation of vehicle fleet management policy and procedures including driver and vehicle assessments.

 

  • Developing of emergency response plans and procedures which outlines defined procedures and responsibilities, knowing how to adequately prepare to respond to an unplanned event, assisting in the actual execution of the plan, and helping ensure a safe rescue or recovery operation. This will include national and international staff casualty evacuation plans.

 

  • Carrying out Safety, Occupational Health and Environmental Reviews (Audits) to determine the effectiveness of systems management and implementation of findings.

 

  • Pre-trip/travel safety research (risk assessment and emergency response planning).

 

  • Ground support to helicopter geological surveys, drilling programs, geophysical surveys and helicopter slinging operations.

 

  • Ensuring local partners and subcontractors comply with the clients Safety, Health and Environmental policies and procedures.

 

  • Providing support in incident (accident) investigations and analysis of the underlying causal factors leading to the incident. The approach will be to look for contributing factors rather than the traditional approach of finding fault. Taking this approach leads to effective re-occurrence measures, a critical component of prevention.

 

  • Creating opportunity for continuous improvement through the identification of best practices that create and promote sustainable results.

 

  • Setting up and management of field base camps for exploration activities and provide necessary logistical support.

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