Workshops and forums
Tailings management workshop, April 2019
The NSW Resources Regulator hosted a one-day workshop on 10 April 2019 with industry and other regulators that focused on leading practice methodologies and risks associated with tailings management.
The workshop, held at Dubbo RSL, attracted more than 130 attendees and involved presentations and discussions on specific risks and knowledge gaps in tailings management to help develop targeted strategies to address these issues.
The keynote speaker, Professor David Williams, the Golder Professor of Geomechanics and the Director of the Geotechnical Engineering Centre within the School of Civil Engineering at the University of Queensland, shared valuable research and innovations in the application of risk assessment and cost-effectiveness analysis to mine site rehabilitation and closures.
Feedback on the event was positive and has provided us with greater understanding of the value of these events and the need for similar collaborative efforts moving forward.
Workshop video presentations
- Developing leading practice tailings management
- Introduction to the NSW Resources Regulator
- Current tailings management issues
- Leading practice tailings management
- Key life-cycle tailings management risks
- Tailings management workshop panel discussion