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Ongoing training needed for effective strata management

MOST New South Wales underground coal mines have a well-established strata management team that meets regularly, however, there are a number of inexperienced operators who may not have the required knowledge of design methodologies for strata support.

 Sites generally have design methodologies for ground or strata support.

Sites generally have design methodologies for ground or strata support.

A targeted intervention program carried out by the NSW Resources Regulator between February and June on strata failure also found most sites had up to date records of strata defects. "Sites generally...

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