The arithmetic average of a range of values.
Term sometimes used where a pre-split firing is integrated with the adjacent dependent production blast.
1/1000th of a second
Millisecond (MS) Series
Millisecond Connector (MSC)
A barricade intended to intercept horizontal and low angle debris from an explosion.
No Warning Explosion
An explosion which occurs which is not as a consequence of some other cause which would be obvious to an observer in the vicinity.
A person (in addition to the licence holder) who is named in the SP and is responsible for managing the implementation of the SP. This person must hold an unsupervised handling licence.
The bell shaped symmetrical curve used in statistical analysis to generate the relative frequency of occurrence of natural events.
Detonator timing may be normally distributed at the average, although due to manufacturing it is more likely to be skewed to a shorter delay.
A multiple combinations of oxides of nitrogen (N2O, NO, NO2, N2O4, N2O3, N2O5) with nitrogen dioxide (NO2) being the principal hazardous nitrous gas.
These units of competency are recommended for current Drill and Blast Engineers, Superintendents, Supervisors and Senior Shotfirers wishing to increase both their design and management skills.
Course assessment is by completion of classroom and online components and by assignment submission.
Class size is limited to eight persons on a first come basis.
Course leader is Peter Duniam BE. MPM. Director of Blast Management International with over thirty years industry experience.
5 DAY COURSE
MAY 11-15, 2020
$2,900 per person includes lunch each day, 500 page colour manual and statement of attainment for the completed competencies.
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Phone (07) 3348 5144
0409 001 186
Note this class is not suitable for persons without comprehensive drill and blast experience in either an engineering or operational role.