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ArticleName Prospects of safety control in combination of mining and metallurgy industries
DOI 10.17580/em.2018.01.07
ArticleAuthor Filin A. E., Zinovieva O. M., Kolesnikova L. A., Merkulova A. M.

NUST MISIS, Moscow, Russia:

Filin A. E., Associate Professor, Doctor of Engineering Sciences,
Zinovieva O. M., Associate Professor, Candidate of Engineering Sciences
Kolesnikova L. A., Associate Professor, Candidate of Economic Sciences
Merkulova A. M., Associate Professor, Candidate of Engineering Sciences


The article highlights necessity of harmonizing approaches to safety control in mining and metallurgical industries in process of their combination. Major trends of labor, production and environment safety control in mining and metallurgy are discussed. Prospects for inter-industry production environment safety are described.

keywords Safety, mining, metallurgy, production risks, ecological hazards, safety control techniques, mining-and-metallurgy cluster

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