Our webinars provide in-depth explanations of the value of our products and services.
Using breathtaking case studies, we drill down into the detail contained within our official mining reports so you can better understand what product is right for you or your client.
Coal Mining Risk Assessments
If you missed our Coal Mining Risk Assessment webinar, it is now available to watch again. Join Phil Broughton and Helen Bennett from our technical team who explain more and give you an in depth insight into Coal Mining Risk Assessments and supporting safe development on the coalfield. You can find out more about:
- Coalfield planning and development
- What is a CMRA?
- When is a CMRA needed?
- What risks are considered?
- Recommendations and next steps
- Further support available
The Coal Authority’s official CON29M just got even better
The Coal Authority’s industry leading official CON29M coal mining report has been enhanced to provide more clarity and reassurance to you and your clients.
This webinar explains the changes we’ve made and how they can benefit you. How have we made our industry leading official CON29M even better?
- our professional opinion delivers peace of mind to clients, insurers and lenders alike by outlining current or potential coal mining risks
- our Coal Authority statutory cover provides peace of mind in the unlikely event of future subsidence damage or hazards caused by past coal workings
- a concise and handy glossary of mining terms to explain key terms to the homebuyer
- includes additional details on appropriate mine entries, future known development and advice on obtaining a coal mining risk assessment
- our report gives direct links to access relevant interpretive follow on reports
The expert way to search: the Enviro All-in-One report
In this webinar we showcase the newly enhanced Enviro All-in-One report, our fully integrated coal mining and residential environmental risk report, produced by the Coal Authority with our partners at Groundsure.
This is the only available report to combine the Coal Authority’s official CON29M coal mining search with flood, contaminated land and other ground stability searches.
We will provide you with an understanding of how the Enviro All-in-One also screens other environmental risks such as energy, transportation and planning, to provide a comprehensive environmental check.
You will learn more about the risks associated with the legacy of coal mining and environmental factors, the detail within the new report and the support available from both the Coal Authority and Groundsure.
Building a better coal mining risk assessment
During this webinar, our industry leading experts will talk you through the importance of using the best available data as the basis for your risk assessments, allowing you to deliver a first class service to your clients.
Using a real life case study of the construction of a mine water treatment scheme, the learning objectives will include:
- helping you to gain a greater understanding of the coal mining legacy impact on land quality
- discussing and identifying the challenges and risks with coal mining risk assessments
- understanding the importance of full data analysis for site characterisation
- reviewing your own approach to coal mining risk assessments
- demonstrating the way the new Consultants Coal Mining Report can support you and your clients
Helping you interpret the hidden risks
In this webinar we recommend the products required to give you everything you need when interpreting mining risks, to provide you with peace of mind, by fully explaining our full range of follow on reports.
Supporting your future developments
As well as being the provider of the official Law Society approved CON29M report and our unique follow on reports, we also offer a specialist report for consultants and developers.
As the experts on Britain’s coal mining legacy, this report provides valuable information on mine entries and individual coal seams that have been worked, including shallow workings – which can be a significant hidden risk.
We will provide you with everything you need to know about our Consultant’s Report by bringing the risks to life with a case study and compare and contrast this with our official Non-residential CON29M report.
Mine gas – odourless, colourless, dangerous
This webinar demonstrates how the Coal Authority manage risks from the hazardous coal mine gases: methane, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulphide.
The presentation features a case study of a mine gas hazard and tells you how to get more information on mine gas emissions.
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