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Quality Control of Assays

January 25, 2013 - January 26, 2013
Vancouver, Canada

In recent years there has been a strong international movement toward knowing and improving the quality of information used in the Mining Industry for resource/reserve estimation. In Canada, this culminated recently with the implementation of National Instrument 43-101 which incorporates, in part, general requirements pertaining to technical matters involved in obtaining assay data and the recognition that those data are of adequate quality to both publicize and to form the basis of a resource/reserve estimation.

This course will demonstrate how the Qualified Person is able to meet the assay quality requirements of NI43-101. Topics to be discussed include: duplicate data collection, use of standards and blanks, simple statistics in the evaluation of standards, recognition of outliers, binary graphs as an interpretive aid to evaluating duplicate data, and displaying and analyzing data.

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EduMine

Sandra Wunsch, Educational Events Manager

640 - 580 Hornby Street

Canada

Vancouver

Phone: +1 604-683-2037

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Web: http://www.edumine.com/