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  • ERA - Results
    do Operations Health and safety Road safety Results Radiation management Policy Ranger 3 Deeps Email this page Home What we do Health and safety Results Results ERA has established clear goals accountabilities and systems in pursuit of the Company s goal of zero harm These goals accountabilities and support mechanisms are designed to create and sustain a strong workplace culture of shared and personal responsibility for safe behaviour This workplace culture is introduced to new employees and contractors through induction processes reinforced in day to day operations through tool box talks and safety leadership and supported by comprehensive systems and training materials In 2013 ERA maintained its focus on operational process safety and the Critical Control Monitoring Plans that provide focus on our key safety risks in order to identify and manage safety risks that could result in serious injury or fatality Although strong ERA s safety performance did not maintain the high standards set in 2012 with an All Injury Frequency Rate AIFR of 0 91 2012 0 52 ERA s Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate LTIFR per 200 000 hours for 2013 was 0 52 compared with 0 31 in 2012 However the Company continues to demonstrate improvement

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  • ERA - Radiation management
    s safety and health management systems are certified to AS 4801 and include a comprehensive radiation management system Monitoring results are compared to limits recommended by the International Commission on Radiological Protection ICRP for uranium industry workers The ICRP sets two limits for radiation exposure above that received from natural background or medical exposure to distinguish between two types of people members of the public and radiation workers Members of the public 1 millisievert mSv per year and Radiation workers 20 mSv per year over five years with a maximum of 50 mSv in any one year ERA employees and contractors whose occupational exposure to radiation may exceed 5 mSv per year are declared designated workers and their exposure is closely monitored As part of ERA practice to have effective and appropriate communication with key stakeholders including the regulatory authorities radiation results are subject to review prior to being finalised Analysis of 2013 monitoring results The maximum and mean annual radiation doses received by designated workers and the maximum radiation doses received by non designated workers during 2013 will be reported in the 2013 Annual Radiation Protection and Atmospheric Monitoring Report that will be submitted to stakeholders in March 2014

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  • ERA - Policy
    Home What we do Health and safety Policy Policy Energy Resources of Australia Ltd ERA is a publicly listed company and since 1980 has mined uranium ore to produce uranium oxide U3O8 at the Ranger mine One of ERA s core values is that we place paramount importance upon the safety and well being of our people By working together we believe that all injuries incidents and occupational illnesses can

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  • ERA - Ranger 3 Deeps
    be a world class uranium supplier that contributes to environmental sustainability and is trusted by Traditional Owners the community and its people ERA considers that the implementation of this vision will maximise shareholder value and benefit its stakeholders A key strategic component in achieving these goals is the transformation from an open cut mining operation to a potential low impact underground mining operation through underground exploration of Ranger 3 Deeps Ranger 3 Deeps Exploration Decline Project In August 2011 ERA approved 120 million for construction of an exploration decline to conduct close spaced underground exploration drilling and to explore areas adjacent to the Ranger 3 Deeps resource The Ranger 3 Deeps mineralised zone is estimated to contain over 34 761 tonnes of uranium oxide and is recognised as a significant resource by world standards Ranger 3 Deeps Prefeasibility Study ERA is undertaking a 57 million Prefeasibility Study into the potential development of a Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine The Prefeasibility Study will determine the economic viability of the proposed Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine optimise mining methods and confirm metallurgical performance and production rates ERA is targeting late 2015 for commencement of production if the underground mine proves viable and all Board and regulatory approvals are obtained Ranger 3 Deeps Environmental Impact Statement Regulatory approval for the Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine is being pursued in accordance with the Northern Territory Environmental Assessment Act and the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 In January 2013 ERA submitted a Notice of Intent and Referral respectively under these Acts to the Northern Territory Environmental Protection Agency and the Commonwealth Department of Sustainability Environment Water Population and Communities now the Department of Environment In March 2013 both agencies determined that the proposed action would require assessment at the level of Environmental

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  • ERA - Ranger 3 Deeps
    be a world class uranium supplier that contributes to environmental sustainability and is trusted by Traditional Owners the community and its people ERA considers that the implementation of this vision will maximise shareholder value and benefit its stakeholders A key strategic component in achieving these goals is the transformation from an open cut mining operation to a potential low impact underground mining operation through underground exploration of Ranger 3 Deeps Ranger 3 Deeps Exploration Decline Project In August 2011 ERA approved 120 million for construction of an exploration decline to conduct close spaced underground exploration drilling and to explore areas adjacent to the Ranger 3 Deeps resource The Ranger 3 Deeps mineralised zone is estimated to contain over 34 761 tonnes of uranium oxide and is recognised as a significant resource by world standards Ranger 3 Deeps Prefeasibility Study ERA is undertaking a 57 million Prefeasibility Study into the potential development of a Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine The Prefeasibility Study will determine the economic viability of the proposed Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine optimise mining methods and confirm metallurgical performance and production rates ERA is targeting late 2015 for commencement of production if the underground mine proves viable and all Board and regulatory approvals are obtained Ranger 3 Deeps Environmental Impact Statement Regulatory approval for the Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine is being pursued in accordance with the Northern Territory Environmental Assessment Act and the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 In January 2013 ERA submitted a Notice of Intent and Referral respectively under these Acts to the Northern Territory Environmental Protection Agency and the Commonwealth Department of Sustainability Environment Water Population and Communities now the Department of Environment In March 2013 both agencies determined that the proposed action would require assessment at the level of Environmental

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  • ERA - Ranger 3 Deeps
    be a world class uranium supplier that contributes to environmental sustainability and is trusted by Traditional Owners the community and its people ERA considers that the implementation of this vision will maximise shareholder value and benefit its stakeholders A key strategic component in achieving these goals is the transformation from an open cut mining operation to a potential low impact underground mining operation through underground exploration of Ranger 3 Deeps Ranger 3 Deeps Exploration Decline Project In August 2011 ERA approved 120 million for construction of an exploration decline to conduct close spaced underground exploration drilling and to explore areas adjacent to the Ranger 3 Deeps resource The Ranger 3 Deeps mineralised zone is estimated to contain over 34 761 tonnes of uranium oxide and is recognised as a significant resource by world standards Ranger 3 Deeps Prefeasibility Study ERA is undertaking a 57 million Prefeasibility Study into the potential development of a Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine The Prefeasibility Study will determine the economic viability of the proposed Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine optimise mining methods and confirm metallurgical performance and production rates ERA is targeting late 2015 for commencement of production if the underground mine proves viable and all Board and regulatory approvals are obtained Ranger 3 Deeps Environmental Impact Statement Regulatory approval for the Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine is being pursued in accordance with the Northern Territory Environmental Assessment Act and the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 In January 2013 ERA submitted a Notice of Intent and Referral respectively under these Acts to the Northern Territory Environmental Protection Agency and the Commonwealth Department of Sustainability Environment Water Population and Communities now the Department of Environment In March 2013 both agencies determined that the proposed action would require assessment at the level of Environmental

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  • ERA - Draft Environmental Impact Statement
    3 Deeps Draft Environmental Impact Statement Draft Environmental Impact Statement On 3 October 2014 ERA lodged a Draft Environmental Impact Statement EIS for the proposed Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine with the Northern Territory Environmental Protection Authority and the Commonwealth Department of the Environment The Draft EIS public notification period closed on 13 December 2014 To supplement the Draft EIS ERA has provided the key existing environmental management plans relevant to the Project here ERA has developed an interactive flora and fauna map based on the Draft EIS 2013 flora and fauna survey Click here to access the interactive map Click on the links below to download a PDF of the required section of the Draft EIS Draft EIS Executive Summary PDF 5MB Table of Contents PDF 3MB Chapter 1 Introduction and Context PDF 1MB Chapter 2 Existing Environment PDF 7MB Chapter 3 Project Description PDF 3MB Chapter 4 Alternatives PDF 8MB Chapter 5 Risk Assessment PDF 1 5MB Chapter 6 Emissions PDF 7MB Chapter 7 Human Health and Safety PDF 6MB Chapter 8 Water PDF 2MB Chapter 9 Flora and Fauna PDF 5MB Chapter 10 Cultural and Historic Heritage PDF 7MB Chapter 11 Social and Economic Considerations PDF 1MB Chapter 12 Transportation PDF 2MB Chapter 13 Rehabilitation and Closure PDF 4MB Chapter 14 Matters of National Environmental Signifigance PDF 3MB Chapter 15 Environmental Management Framework PDF 1MB Glossary Abbreviations and Contributors PDF 0 5MB Appendices Appendix 1 Ranger Authorisation PDF 1MB Appendix 2 EIS Guidelines PDF 0 5MB Appendix 3 Cross Reference of Draft EIS with EIS Guidelines PDF 0 5MB Appendix 4 Best Practicable Technology Assessment PDF 0 5MB Appendix 5 Risk Analysis of Ranger 3 Deeps PDF 1 5MB Appendix 6 Air Quality Assessment PDF 6MB Appendix 7 Noise and Vibration Impact Assessment PDF 8MB Appendix 8

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  • ERA - Ranger 3 Deeps exploration decline
    Fact sheets Media contact Careers Vacancies Indigenous employment Diversity What we do Operations Health and safety Ranger 3 Deeps Draft Environmental Impact Statement Ranger 3 Deeps exploration decline Ranger 3 Deeps Prefeasibility Study Email this page Home What we do Ranger 3 Deeps Ranger 3 Deeps exploration decline Ranger 3 Deeps exploration decline ERA has constructed a 120 million Ranger 3 Deeps exploration decline and progressed an extensive program of

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