Responsible Tailings Management 101

Content
4 modules

Rating

Course Length
9 hours

Instructor
Edumine Courses

Released
22 Jul 2020

Price
$399.00

Description

Summary

The catastrophic failure of the Brumadinho dam in January 2019 which killed approximately 270 people has sparked a global conversation around tailings management, resulting in global tailing review to set a new international standard. This course will review the concepts of what responsible tailings management is as it pertains to the mining life cycle. The course will use examples from around the world to emphasize current trends in best practices in tailings management embraced by leaders in the industry. 

Duration:     9 Hours

Access:       90 Days

Price:           $399 USD

Category:    Geotechnics

Who This Course is For

This course is for mining company representatives responsible for tailings management, tailings designers, regulators involved in tailings issues, and anyone interested in the subject.

Presenter

 Kimberly Morrison

Kimberly (Kim) Finke Morrison, P.E., R.G. Kim is the Senior Director, Global Tailings Management at Newmont’s corporate headquarters in Denver, Colorado. She is responsible for oversight of tailings and dams at Newmont’s global operations, including development of standards and guidelines, overseeing governance programs, conducting risk assessments and reviews, and leading implementation of the Global Industry Standard on Tailings Management (GISTM).

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Objectives

Course Content

Responsible Tailings Management 101 course is structured in 15 modules divided into 3 parts. Each module contains a video and review questions. In order to pass the course and receive an Edumine Certificate of Completion, you need at least 60% in each module and 75% in each part as well as a 75% overall average. Current course duration is equivalent to approximately 9 hours of viewing content. There is also an Additional Resources page at the end of the course which includes some articles mentioned in the course.

Course Outline

PART 1

Module 1 - What is Responsible Tailings Management

Module 2 - What are Tailings

Module 3 - Conventional Tailings Management & Containment Structures

Module 4 - Dewatered Tailings Management

Module 5 - Other Tailings Management

PART 2

Module 6 - Tailings Design Parameters

Module 7 - TSF Sizing, Layout & The Site Selection Studies

Module 8 - Linear Systems

Module 9 - Filter & Drains

Module 10 - Tailings Stewardship

PART 3

Module 11 - Operations Manual & Operations Monitoring

Module 12 - The Mount Polley Failure

Module 13 - Tailings Engineer of Record

Module 14 - Closure Planning

Module 15 - Closure Landforms

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate On Demand Course Certificate of Completion

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Part 1: Modules 1 - 5
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Part 2: Modules 6 - 10
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Part 3: Modules 11 - 15
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Additional Resources
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Added 17 days ago, by Rajal
 
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Added 3 months ago, by Wiston
 
Added 6 months ago, by Cesy Magaly
Excelente, bien detallado.
 
Added 6 months ago, by Eric Narsh
Upon assuming a new role as metallurgist responsible for the TSF, completing this course has really been amazingly enlightening to me. This is a great program insight into the many-sided focus areas of Tailings Storage Facility Management. The information delivery is easily assimilable as well. Great, work Kim
 
Added 10 months ago, by Sonia
 
Added 11 months ago, by Koldobika
I have really enjoy the course, very helpfull and gives a clear view of the Tailings Management best available practices.
 
Added 11 months ago, by Anonymous
Class needs to be more board as overall context is mining tailings are bad and they are not if managed, designed correctly. This is suppose to be tailings 101 and it should remain un-biased and more neutral.
 
Added about 1 year ago, by Anonymous
Great summary of the state of the art about tailings! Highly recommendable!
 
Added about 1 year ago, by Paul

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