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The importance of education in fire mitigation

To limit the losses of a mine-site fire, plant operators should know how to respond when an inferno hits. A fire suppression system is not the only consideration.

Fire management in the mining industry is not only imperative for health and safety reasons, but also to preserve the viability of mining operations.

Fires lead to machinery breakdowns, which leads to downtime and reduced productivity. The cost of damages is also immense.

With more than 40 years of experience behind the company, Fire Forensics has forged a reputation for its astute understanding of arguably the world’s most dangerous adversary.

It’s the company’s passion and obligation to arrive on-site to determine how and why a blaze occurred.

It’s also Fire Forensics’ mission to better educate mining operators about the ongoing risk of mine fires and how they can be mitigated.

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