Report: APP CMHS Project 4

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6.2.2. Emergency Preparedness

Fully equipped mines rescue teams are established and trained to provide rescue services and supervise evacuation procedures. Training includes simulated exercises for relevant potential emergencies that may occur.

To supplement and aid rescue and evacuation mines have communication systems in the form of telephones, radios and pagers. Stench gas is used as a rapid notification process of potential emergency and the need to evacuate the mine.

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