While in remote regions of the world's mines frequently are operated as fly-in/fly-out undertakings, with little or no interactions with the surrounding areas, such modus operandi is neither desirable nor possible in most parts of Europe. MIREU’s aim is a sustained and sustainable long-term relationship between mining and metallurgical operations and their hosting regions.
Hence, the objectives of work package 3 are to:
• Determine the framework conditions that are either conducive or hampering mining and metallurgical development in the MIREU regions;
• Suggest improvements, if deemed necessary;
• Provide the MIREU regions with a tool to balance costs and benefits of developing mining and metallurgy.
Contact person for Work Package 3
Deliverable 3.2 from the MIREU project.
Deliverable 3.1 from the MIREU project.
The European Commission has launched a short survey to gauge how useful the Due diligence ready! tool has been.
On 5-6th December 2019, the international workshop on the subject of “Skills and requirements in the mining and metallurgy regions” was held as part of the MIREU project at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland.
The MIREU project is organising a workshop on skills requirements in mining and metallurgy industry between 5-6 December 2019 in Kraków, Poland.