Read MoreMultivariate Geostatistical Conditional Simulation Techniques
Presenter: Oscar Rondon – Principal Geostatistician; Ian Glacken – Executive Consultant Starting time of 09:00 AWST through to 13:00 AWSTThis 4-hour course covers both standard and latest geostatistical techniques for multivariate simulation. All applicable theoretical aspects are presented with a…
Read MoreProductivity and Business Improvement – Online course
On-demand course as Inhouse training for mining companies. Presenter and Course Developer: Matt Mullins – Executive Consultant This 1-day Online course will be presented as 2 x 3-hour training sessions over 2-consecutive days. Course starting time each day is 08:00…
Read More30 Seconds of Reconciliation Info from Ian Glacken – Executive Consultant
Process mapping is the key to reconciliation: The heart of a robust reconciliation system is understanding your current process flow, in terms of measurement points, stockpiles, surveys, moisture, tonnage and grade recording, materials handling and re-handling, blending and treatment of…
30 Seconds of Info - What to do if you have conditional bias. Author Ian Glacken - Optiro Geology Director.Read More30 Seconds of Info – What to do if you have conditional bias
Getting reconciliation wrong can lead to dire consequences for miners. In this podcast Optiro's Director of Geology Ian Glacken explains what can go wrong and how we can aim to avoid issues.
The Reconciliation podcast at a glance:
In this episode:
0:47 What is reconciliation and how it applies to mining?
1:48 What happens when things go wrong?
2:29 If someone has made a poor forecast at the beginning, is there any way back?
3:33 What are the key aspects of reconciliation?
5:46 Why is reconciliation so complicated? Does it need to be?
7:08 What about the standards we need to adhere to?
8:07 Is this just the domain of geologists or are there others involved?
9:09 What are the key aspects of an effective reconciliation?
9:56 Where can people learn more about reconciliation?Read MorePODCAST: Reconciliation – avoiding problems