Systematic Ground Support - The Ontario Example

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Author: Kevin O'Halloran, Mining Engineer, MacLean EngineeringWhitepaper/Case Study

The cause for the large drop in fall-of-ground fatalities in Ontario, Canada since the 1960s can be attributed to a variety of factors including increased regulation, better engineering and ground support practices, and the buildup of a stronger culture of safety in mines.

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