With the purpose of developing academic activities together, representatives from the Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI) at The University of Queensland (Australia) met with the General Manager of the Mining Engineers Institute of Peru (IIMP), Carlos Diez Canseco, on June 23.

Thanks to the coordination of Belisario Pérez, Occupational Safety and Health Manager at Minsur, the Education and Training Manager at SMI’s Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre (MISHC), Sharyn Cobbin, and the coordinator at the SMI International Centre of Excellence in Chile, Antonio Rivero, arrived at La Molina offices.
They explained how SMI Chile promotes research, innovation, as well as capacity and technology transfer to the mining industry, with the objective of increasing and complementing mining’s productivity, environmental and social management, in that country and the region.
In representation of Belisario Pérez was Minsur’s superintendent of Corporate Safety, Mr César Alarcón.


Minería Magazine, weekly edition number 111, from June 27 to July 3 (in Spanish): revistamineria.com.pe/mineria/537/S-5/27-03/7/