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Fears for long term economic impact of mine collapse

Fears for long term economic impact of mine collapse

The first phase of the mine collapse incident took place on 21 March 2003 when the collapse of a structure, located at a depth of 640 m, about 160km from the mine area, caused serious mine damage in the surrounding forest. This incident l바카라사이트ed to the evacuation of more than 300 people from the area and the partial closure of another 1,350km of forest. After an initial assessment of the mine site and its effect on the environment, authorities decided to suspend operation, and the mine collapsed after only 12 hours of operation (1,000 mining days) and after approximately 80 days of operation.

An investigation by the Department of Local Government examined the cause of the accident (i.e. the cause of the collapse) and its immediate and long term economic impact on the local population.

The second phase of the Mine Disaster Investigation (MNIS) took place in 2013, following the decision by the Government of Kazakhstan (KG) that it was time to conduct a comprehensive, independent, and independent investigation into the accident, involving local people, environmental organi우리카지노zations, and the national security and environmental security authorities. MNIS conducted a wide range of studies, including interviews with mine workers, the local community and the national security and environmental security authorities. This included analysis of the consequences and impacts of the accident. The results of this comprehensive and independent investigation were presented at MNIS’ 5th workshop, held at the Graz, Austria (11-15 April 2013).

During MNIS’ 5th workshop, Graz was the site of the third and final phase of the Mine Disaster Investigation. This phase examined the effects of the mine’s initial accident on local people (6,000 workers, 1.5km1) and local communities (5.5,000 people). The analysis was performed in collaboration with members of the Kazakh government in the context of the ongoing investigation and review process of the accident. The results, conclusions and recommendations related to the disaster were presented at MNIS’ 6th workshop, held at the Risian, Ausjarvees.comtria (15-21 May 2013) in the context of the ongoing investigation of the incident. The results of this workshop will also be presented at the next MNIS’ 6th workshop (19-24 June 2014) at Risian.

Thereafter the focus of MNIS’ investigations was shifted to the investigation into the probable cause and the implementation of measures to minimise the adverse effects of the accident, including a wider and larger scale of public safety action and protection measure