Working with the JORC Code Workshop
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The Joint Ore Reserves Committee (JORC) Code is the "Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves".
The JORC code provides extensive guidelines, sets standards and provides a mandatory system for classification of tonnage/grade estimates according to geological confidence and technical/economic considerations. The code also requires Public Reports to be based on work undertaken by a Competent Person.
The workshop will present an overview of the JORC Code based on its standards and classification techniques.
The presentations will also highlight how the JORC Code works in Public Reporting for the Australian and New Zealand stock exchanges. The workshop will also deal with competency, transparency and materiality and what they mean in practice for the JORC code.
Gerry Fahey (Director and Principal Consultant for CSA Global) has over 30 years experience in the minerals industry. He is a specialist in mining geology, mine development and training. Gerry is currently a member of the Joint Ore Reserve Committee (JORC) and a Board Member (Federal Councillor) for the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) and currently Acting President of the AIG WA branch.
Gerry gained solid underground production experience while working as a Mine Geologist in the Irish base metals industry. On emigrating to Australia in 1988 he gained further operational experience in Western Australia and the Northern
Territory. He has subsequently gained extensive resource, mine development and feasibility study experience on projects around the world in the last two decades. He and Malcolm Titley formed FinOre Mining Consultants in 2005, which merged with CSA Global in 2006.
For further information and to register your interest in this event please contact Brett Gunter or Raunny M. Sihombing at GMT Indonesia by telephone (+62) 021 782 4677 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshop will take place on the 26th February, 2009 and will run over half a day with time allocated to questions and interactive discussions. The workshop is intended for mining industry professionals.
JORC Workshop Registration Form
Posted on: 09.02.2009