Authors: Venter, J; Hamman, ECF

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Venter, J & Hamman, ECF 2019, 'A practical safety risk model for monitoring program design', in J Wesseloo (ed.), Proceedings of the First International Conference on Mining Geomechanical Risk, Australian Centre for Geomechanics, Perth, pp. 195-204.

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Abstract:
Many publications are available that provide statements of best practice in terms of open pit slope risk management. However, to date none provide a risk model that demonstrates the risk reduction achieved for applying each of the risk management elements. This leaves the slope stability practitioner unable to analytically answer questions such as: This paper applies the Venter and Hamman (2018a) temporal safety risk model to an open pit in West Africa. The paper demonstrates the use of the model to a small saprolite open pit and concludes with recommendations for slope instability registers to facilitate future back-analysis in terms of this model.

Keywords: safety risk model, monitoring frequency, monitoring system design

References:
Call, R 1992, ‘Slope stability’, in HL Hartman (ed.), SME Mining Engineering Handbook, Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration, Englewood, pp. 881–896.
Venter, J & Hamman, ECF 2018a, ‘A temporal safety risk model for open pit slope management’, Proceedings of Slope Stability 2018, Asociacion Nacional de Ingenieros de Minas and Colegio Oficial de Ingenieros de Minas del Sur, Seville.
Venter, J & Hamman, ECF 2018b, ‘Determining the optimum slope angle using an integrated mine planning approach’, Proceedings of Slope Stability 2018, Asociacion Nacional de Ingenieros de Minas and Colegio Oficial de Ingenieros de Minas del Sur, Seville.
Wesseloo, J & Read, J 2009, ‘Acceptance criteria’, in J Read & P Stacey (eds), Guidelines for Open Pit Slope Design, CSIRO Publishing Collingwood, pp. 221–236.




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