Managing Ventilation Risk

Mine Ventilation Conference 2019

PERTH 26–28 AUGUST 2019


Featured keynote speakers

Cheryl Allen

Manager Ventilation Design & Tech Support Vale North Atlantic

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Prof Qin Botao

Professor, China University of Mining and Technology

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Andrew Chaplyn

Director Mines Safety, DMIRS

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Bob Leeming

HM Chief Inspector of Mines, Health and Safety Executive

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Prof Shugang Li

Vice President, Professor - Xi'an University of Science and Technology

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Heidi Roberts

Executive Director, Occupational Health and Hygiene at the DNRME, Queensland

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Prof Fubao Zhou

Professor of Safety Science & Engineering, Director of Talent Office at China University of Mining & Technology

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Conference themes

The conference will give presenters the chance to exchange information on topics such as, but not exclusive to:

  • Ventilation planning
  • Ventilation case studies
  • Main and booster fans
  • Numerical modelling and integration with planning and remote monitoring
  • Diesel emissions control and measurement (DPM and nDPM)
  • Occupational health hazard management (mine gases, dust, radioactive dust)
  • Heat and refrigeration
  • Coal mine ventilation
  • Hard rock mine ventilation

  • Prevention of methane and coal dust explosions
  • Sulphide dust explosions
  • Prevention and fighting of mine fires
  • Detection and control of spontaneous combustion
  • Ventilation monitoring and control (air flow, air quality, etc)
  • Mining regulations, including principle hazard management plans
  • Coal seam gas, including gas drainage, storage and utilisation
  • Understanding radiation
  • Seal-up management

Join us at Mine Ventilation 2019 in Perth

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Presentations by leading industry figures with opportunities to interact.


A truly global gathering of resource industry professionals.


Attend world-class workshops and technical talks to earn PD hours.