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Introduction workshop and on-site training under the UNECE projects on improving mining/tailings safety in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and beyond in Central Asia

11 - 13 June 2019

Kokshetau (Kazakhstan)

The introduction workshop and on-site training are organized as part of the UNECE projects on strengthening the safety of mining operations, in particular tailings management facilities (TMFs), in Kazakhstan (2018-2019) and Tajikistan (2019-2020) and beyond in Central Asia. The projects are financed by the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment under the Assistance and Cooperation Programme of the UNECE Industrial Accidents Convention.

Agenda ENG  RUS

List of Participants ENG RUS

Evaluation Summary ENG RUS

UNECE Press Release on the results of the on-site training ENG

Background InformationENGRUS
UNECE Safety Guidelines and Good Practices for Tailings Management FacilitiesPDFPDF
Methodology for improving tailings management facilities (TMF)PDFPDF
Flyer/Leaflet on the pilot project to strengthen the safety of mining operations, in particular TMFs, in Kazakhstan and beyond in Central Asia (2018/2019)PDFPDF
Leaflet on the Project to strengthen the safety of mining operations, in particular TMFs, in Tajikistan and Central AsiaPDFPDF
PresentationsENGRUS
Session 1: Setting the scene
UNECE Projects on Improving Tailings Safety in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and beyond in Central Asia, and introduction to meeting objectives - Mr. T. Makeev, Economic Affairs Officer, SPECA Joint ESCAP-UNECE Office in AlmatyPDFPDF
The UNECE industrial Accidents Convetnion and its work on tailings safety and the prevention of accidental water pollution - Ms. C. Kamke, Project Manager, UNECE Industrial Accidents ConventionPDFPDF
The application of the checklist methodology for improving tailings safety in the UNECE region, including Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine - Mr. D. Rudakov, Consultant to the UNECE Industrial Accidents ConventionPDFPDF
CESDRR's work in Central Asia - Mr. B. Utepov, Chief Expert of the Center for Emergency Situations and Disaster Risk Reduction (CESDRR)PDFPDF
Session 2: Application of the TMF methodology in Kazakhstan and Tajikistan
UNECE Safety Guidelines and Good Practices for Tailings Management Facilities (TMSs). Introduction to the TMF methodology and the checklist - Mr. D. Rudakov, Consultant to the UNECE Industrial Accidents ConventionPDFPDF
Prevention and response to emergencies and incidents at hazardous facilities - Mr. B. Ospanov, Chief Expert of the Committee for Emergency Situations, Ministry for Internal Affairs of KazakhstanPDFPDF
Preparation of the inventory and application of the tailings hazard index in Kyrgyzstan - Ms. C. Sadabaeva, Chief Specialist, Industrial Safety Regulation Department, State Committee for Industry, Energy and Subsoil Use of KyrgyzstanPDFPDF
Mapping of TMFs in the EECCA region - Ms. O. Logunova, Head of the NGO Sustainable Development Platform (via skype)PDFPDF
Session 3: Preparations for the on-site training
TMF checklist and safety evaluation - Mr. D. Rudakov, Consultant to the UNECE Industrial Accidents ConventionPDFPDF
Visual inspection of TMFs: Introduction to the measure catalogue of the TMF methodology - Mr. D. Pikarenia, Department of Ecology and Environmental Protection, Dniprovsky State Technical University, UkrainePDFPDF
Presentation of the TMF facility JSC "Altyntau Kokshetau" - Mr. G. Kulzhabekov, Head of the Industrial Water Supply and Tailing Division of the Gold Recovery Plant, JSC "Altyntau Kokshetau"PDFPDF
Session 5: Evaluation of the checklist application during the on-site training
Presentation by Group 1 on the findings and recommendations resulting from the checklist application during the on-site trainingPDF
Presentation by Group 2 on the findings and recommendations resulting from the checklist application during the on-site trainingPDF