Published in CIM Magazine: Front-end strategies to reduce project risks

May 13, 2019 Steve Rusk

Strategic approaches that project development teams can implement to reduce risk at the front end of a project

 

Mining is an industry of big projects that require large investments. Although large projects have more financial investment at stake, reducing risk is important for all projects. In this article from CIM Magazine, mining vice president Steve Rusk explains how adopting strategies to address economic, technical, environmental and social risks—and their increasing impact if these risks are carried forward—can reduce risks and protect project profitability. 

 

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Steve Rusk

With over 30 years of experience, Steve Rusk has worked for a variety of mining clients from the world’s largest companies to the smallest juniors and prospectors. He has worked on projects throughout every stage of a mines’ lifecycle, from exploration to closure.

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