Special Presentation: How a Multi-disciplinary Approach Creates Value in the Resources Sector (and AGM)
Join the Far North Queensland Branch for our special presentation / August Technical Talk from Past President Janine Herzig “How a Multi-disciplinary Approach Creates Value in the Resources Sector.”
About this event
Janine will briefly discuss her career as a mineral processing engineer, how she has embraced the development of additional skillsets in areas such as tailings management, ESG and social performance and why she believes a truly multi-disciplinary approach in the resources sector creates value for all stakeholders.
This short talk will be immediately followed by Q&A and interaction. This is a good opportunity for members to interact in a casual setting with their Immediate Past President and with top class food and wine.
The tech talk and Q&A will be followed by FNQ Branch General Meeting and election of the new committee.
In her role as Executive President of the Not-for-profit CEEC, Janine is striving to assist the resources sector globally to reduce the impact of mining operations on the environment and communities. This is achieved by promoting best practice in eco-efficiency in crushing and grinding and sharing established tools such as the CEEC Energy Curves, whilst developing important new tools to tackle water efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions via new projects in Water Curves and GHG Curves.
Janine has over 30 years’ experience in the resources sector, across multiple commodities; starting her professional career as a graduate metallurgist in Mount Isa and later working in various operational and project roles across numerous greenfields and brownfield sites, including 10 years with Iluka Resources.
As General Manager - Minerals and Industrial with Amdel, she led a major expansion and transformation of the company culminating in overseeing a portfolio of seven business units with over 700 technical staff. In 2008, Bureau Veritas acquired Amdel and Janine moved on to establish her consultancy MetVal in 2009.
A Fellow and Chartered Professional (Metallurgy) of the AusIMM, Janine is currently Chair of the AusIMM International Advisory Forum (IAF), and Chair of the AusIMM Awards Committee Highest Honour Panel. She is also a frequent chair of the Global Mineral Professionals Alliance (GMPA) and its Global Action on Tailings (GAT) initiative. During her 17 years on the AusIMM Adelaide Branch Committee, Janine created and led an informal mentoring program for South Australian resources students and has been a stalwart of the Adelaide Branch Interview Panel for the annual Education Endowment Fund (EEF) and Adelaide Branch Playford Trust scholarships.
With a passion for promoting life-long learning, Janine is a member of the Steering Committee for the NExUS program, on the Advisory Board for the ARC Training Centre for Integrated Operations for Complex Resources, co-presenter in the AusIMM’s Professional Certificate in Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) and Social Responsibility and is on the Advisory Board of the Australian Society for Off-Earth Construction (ASOC) which operates out of the Andy Thomas Centre for Space Resources.
Date and Time
85 Esplanade, Cairns QLD 4880
Student Members - $44