Q&A with Cathryn MacCallum, social consultant SRK Consulting (Cardiff) and Anita Bron, social scientist SRK Consulting (SA)
Mining is being squeezed between low commodity prices and rising expectations from government and civil society, but is still struggling to find practical strategies out of this predicament, according to SRK Consulting (SA) chairman and corporate consultant Roger Dixon.
Pre-planning essential under new EIA regulations
An unintended but potentially damaging erosion of authority structures at the workface might be bad for safety underground as and when platinum mineworkers return to work, according to SRK Consulting (SA) chairman Roger Dixon.
SRK Consulting, an independent, global company providing services to the mining and water resource industries, is celebrating 40 years of business. From its small, 1974 beginnings in Johannesburg, South Africa, it has grown into an international company with more than 1,500 employees.
The unit was launched in 1978 when SRK opened its first international office in Vancouver, Canada.
James Siddorn was awarded the Past Presidents Memorial Medal by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum, in recognition of his efforts to teach and inspire young members of the mining industry.