Underground hard-rock mining refers to various underground mining techniques used to excavate "hard" minerals, usually those containing metals, such as ore containing:
Gold, Coal, Iron, Nickel, etc.
This enables the learners to interpret health and safety legislation, and advise management on issues, which threaten the safety of people in the workplace.
This enables the learners to operate trackless mobile machines in an underground mine.
This is for learners who are required to lift and move loads in an underground mine.
This will be useful to people who have responsibility to drill holes using an drill rig in an underground workplace.
This will be useful to people who have to charge shot holes with propellant based cartridges and accessories etc.
This will be useful to people who have to support an underground working place by means of temporary support units.
This will be useful to people who have to supress dust and remove obsticles in an underground mine
This is aimed at people who work or intend to work in underground rock breaking operations