The AIOH would just like to inform attendees that due to unforeseen circumstances our presenter, OSH Inspector Lindy Nield, is unable to present her topic An OSH Inspectors Perspective: Nano Diesel Particulate Matter Research Project in a Single Underground Mine and An Update to Health And Hygiene Management Plans in WA at tonight’s planned WA Sundowner.
A big thank you to Dr Silvia Black, Manager Project Development, ChemCentre who is going to fill in for Lindy Nield and present her paper on “A Study of Nano Diesel Particulate Matter (nDPM) Behaviour and Physico-chemical Changes in Underground Hard Rock Mines of Western Australia”.
Dr Silvia Black, PhD Hydrometallurgical Chemistry
Manager Project Development, ChemCentre
Silvia Black obtained a BSc (App. Chem.) degree from Curtin University, a Grad Dip (Food and Drug Analysis) from University of New South Wales and a PhD (Hydrometallurgical Chemistry) from Murdoch University. Silvia’s scientific expertise spans over 30 years in fields of chemistry in mining, food, water, education, racing, forensic and environmental science.
Silvia is Manager of Project Development at ChemCentre, relating particularly to mining-related environmental and technical challenges. Silvia leads and manages a portfolio of mineral resources projects that are funded directly by industry and by research funding bodies such as the Minerals Research Institute of Western Australia (MRIWA) and the Cooperative Research Centre for Contamination Assessment and Remediation (CRC CARE).
Her expertise in cyanide chemistry, soil leaching and water quality has been recognised nationally and internationally through her participation in committees of Standards Australia and of the International Organization of Standardization (ISO).
She has published in reputable international scientific journals and presented scientific papers nationally and internationally. Silvia is a Fellow Member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (FAusIMM) and a Fellow Member of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (FRACI).
Date: Monday 11th November 2019
Time: 5:00pm - 8:00pm
5.00pm - Doors open for networking, food & drinks
6.00pm - Latest AIOH news
6.10pm – The presentation will run for approximately 50 minutes, followed by some Q&A. Networking, as well as the food and drink service, will continue after the presentation.
AIOH/RACI Members - $30
Non Members - $40
AIOH Full time students - $10 (student cards to be shown for entry)
Light refreshments will be served.
0.25 CM points awarded for attendance
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ChemCentre Seminar Room, Ground Floor, Curtin University of Technology Resources and Chemistry Precinct,
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