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I-LOAD AND HAUL
 Productivity of trucks at sz_210

Dumpers Productivities dumpers at SZ_210

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Cycle time
Load Zone Road Cycles Time Chrono à terre Cycle Time Chrono in Truck Cycle Time FPC

SZ_210 RP2 to WD2N 27mn28s 22mn18s 25, 09 mn


RP2 to Rompad 22, 93 mn
SZ_230 RP3 to WD2S 27mn08s 18mn30s 23,23 mn
RP5 to Rompad 23mn57s 20,26 mn
NZ_290 RP3 to WDW 19mn10s 13mn09s 15,81 mn
RP3 to Rompad 16,30 mn

Shift change time


Loading floor state
Rompad (organization)
 waste dumps (levels, use, spillage)
 Number of trucks affected to diggers
Dumpers technical problems (pressure problem, engine speed, gear box, gear
lever)
 bulldozer tramming 4
 scrapped tires

Number of tires slashed before the scheduled hours

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II- REHANDLE

TOMI: old 992 (low pressure, cylinder problem)


Randgold: maintenance of the crusher, black out, belt problem

III- DRILL AND BLAST

The water influence


Bench date Time X Y Niveau eau Z (m)

290 12/09/2016 7h35 204 532,36 1 100 475,68 283,89

290 13/09/2016 8h03 204 526,91 1 100 474,30 283,77

290 14/09/2016 8h00 204 528,24 1 100 474,53 283,75

290 15/09/2016 8h40 204 527,53 1 100 474,75 283,66

290 16/09/2016 10h00 204 527,32 1 100 474,34 283,73

290 17/09/2016 8h00 204 527,89 1 100 474,67 283,80

290 18/09/2016 9h10 204 527,29 1 100 474,79 283,89

290 19/09/2016 7h55 204 529,06 1 100 474,80 283,75

Water level at NZ_290


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Positioning and setting station
 Depth checking time

Drilling time

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 gap between the planned pegs and drilled points
% Holes XY < 0.15m 25% KPI reach 34%
Design vs Drilled
% Holes XY < 0.30m 66% KPI reach 69%
% Holes XY < 0.15m 100% KPI reach 133%
Design vs Stakout
% Holes XY < 0.30m 100% KPI reach 105%
% Holes XY < 0.15m 26% KPI reach 34%
Stakout vs Drilled
% Holes XY < 0.30m 66% KPI reach 70%

Hz. Distance Cumulative graph

100%

90%

80%

70%
Nb de forages - Nb holes

60%

50%

40%

30%

20%

10%

0%
0,05 0,1 0,15 0,2 0,25 0,3 0,35 0,4 0,45 0,5 0,55 0,6 0,65 0,7 0,75 0,8 0,85 0,9 0,95 1 >1

Ecart-Dispcrepancy XY

Design vs drilles design vs stak out stakout drilled

Deviation drilled holes and implanted


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Top up
 Redrills
 Overdrill

N° Bloc overdrill (m) Redrill (m) Top up (Kg)

SZ_230_204 119,54 6 231

SZ_230_205 189,29 142,9 1253


SZ_230_206 124,4 22 318

NZ_290_217 26,5 88,7 449


NZ_290_218 113,5 168,1 2403

Total 573,23 427,7 4654


Total Fuel consomption 2304,38L 1608,15L

Footage of surforation and redrill

pattern Sizes (700, 1000 holes)

Technical setting of the rigs


Drilled holes loading
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 Drill area’s geology

Productivity distribution by area in the South Pit

IV-DEWATERING
Execution of DA
 The state of some pumps

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I-LOAD AND HAUL

The number of trucks by digger


 Bulldozers tramming
 Gear selection
 Keep the good laser level of the floor
Reduce shift change time
 Set lasers on waste dumps and train dozer operators using laser
Assign trucks which have pressure problems at north pit
 Install fuel saving devices on all machines
 Dumps organization

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II- Rehandle
Fix the problem of cylinder and pressure of the former 992

III- DRILL AND BLAST

Drainage of the drill area


 Reduce the size of patterns
 Fix and use detph meter
Technical setting of the rigs
drill rigs organisation on drilling area
 Decameters (rigid metal copper)
 Loading drilled holes (hose at the bottom, regulated pressure)

IV- DEWATERING
Treat DA expeditiously

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CONCLUSION
The production, as a whole, has a strict organizational problem. If we put
in place a strategy, organizational policy and adequate monitoring of this
strategy we will increase, optimize production across whole. Also by
adopting this basic strategy is certainly lower the cost of production.

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