Perumin is Peru’s largest mining conference. The conference aims to sow in the minds and hearts of Peruvians and, in particular of young people, that “the mining industry is not only extracting and exporting minerals”, but it is a complex and responsible activity that transcends other sectors in a substantial. The conference would like to show that the challenges of mining are the great development opportunity for Peru and that Peru will essentially achieve this through advances in science, cutting-edge technological innovation and education.
In order to turn the challenges of the mining sector into a source of opportunities for the knowledge industry, Peru proposed an event that involves the academy and the entire scientific and technological community, under the theme: “Mining: Science, Innovation, Technology and Education “thus attracting young professionals, university and school.
The PERUMIN 34 Mining Convention aims to achieve the harmonious and integral development of the country based on mining, but as a society with a future based on the creative innovation of its younger professional cadres, with the support of those who bet and we have always believed in Peru.
A total of 502 technical papers have been presented to the Organizing Committee of the Technology, Innovation and Sustainability Forum (TIS Forum) and compete for the National Mining Award, the highest award granted by the mining industry Peruvian researchers, professionals and academics of this productive activity and related industries. This was reported by the Institute of Mining Engineers of Peru (IIMP), which will present the prize during the PERUMIN 34 Mining Convention to be held next September in Arequipa.
“Mining, with the challenges and challenges it faces in its day to day, offers a myriad of opportunities to develop scientific research in various fields, from geology, robotics, water resources treatment, mineral treatment techniques, environment, etc. This is a stimulus for Peruvian researchers, who are generating knowledge for the development of best practices in our industry, “said Cardozo. Safety program as part of Perumin
Safety is a key issue in the industry – and with that in mind,
Sarah Bell, who heads up the health, safety and product stewardship programme, will present on ICMM’s vision to achieve zero fatalities in mining at Perumin.
The presentation opens a discussion with a panel, made up of COOs from major mining companies in Peru, who will provide comments and insight into their companies’ vision on achieving ‘Vision Zero’ in the industry.
The panellists include:
Jorge Ghersi, Senior Vice President of Operation, Antamina
Isidro Oyola, General manager of Operation, Yanacocha
Juan Carlos Ortiz, Vice President of Operations, Buenaventura
Luis Argüelles, Chief Operating Officer, Minsur
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