Clinton Creek Asbestos Mine Worker Exposure Assessment and Safety Program
Patrick Campbell, Wood
The objective of this presentation is to share the example of the Clinton Creek project and how it can be used for any construction related project where asbestos or other worker hazards may be a concern. It is a clear, practical project showing site managers how to evaluate and confirm hazards and adjust on-site protocols accordingly in a cost-effective means.
Environment, Health and Safety Auditing in the North – Protecting the Environment and Promoting Health and Safety through Continual Improvement
Amy Elder1, Andrea Jenney2, Philippa McPhee2 1Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada 2BluMetric Environmental
The objective of this presentation is to share audit findings and how they have been used to implement changes that have helped to reduce health and safety risks and potential impacts to the environment on contaminated sites.
Meeting the Challenge: An Approach for Crown Pillar Remediation at Remote Legacy Mines
Patty Ogilvie-Evans, Saskatchewan Research Council
The objective of this presentation is to review the challenges encountered in the remediation of abandoned legacy mines with focus on mitigation of hazards associated with unstable crown pillars and underground workings. The steps completed and lessons learned while forging the path-forward for mitigation of these risks will be shared.