"Internal News Release For The Chilean Copper Mine Collapse" Essays and Research Papers

  • Internal News Release For The Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    Chilean Copper Mine Collapse BCOM/275 Disaster Strikes a Chilean Mine On August 5, 2010, employees of Minera San Esteban Primera woke up, stretched out, bathed, ate breakfast, and walked around their assuredly modest homes. They said their casual goodbyes to family as they headed off to yet another dark day at work deep in the San Jose copper mine in northern Chile. Little did they know it would be the last time for nearly two months they would see the light of day. These same blessings...

    A Story, American films, Chile 1209  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    Chilean Copper Mine Collapse NAME BCOM 275 University of Phoenix Professor ??? DATE Knowledge of your audience is the most important part of communication. When you know the correct form of communication to use and what data to include, it will guarantee that the receivers will be able to process the message being provided. Knowledge of your audience will make the delivery of the message being sent is done properly. When a catastrophe occurs, knowledge of your audience is...

    Audience, Audience theory, Coal dust 982  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    June 4, 2012 Quinton Murphy Chilean Copper Mine Collapse This paper will discuss in how important it’s to know your audience. When having to communicate a disaster like the Chilean copper mine that occur in South America it’s one example of where knowing your audience was a very important issue. This disaster in the Chilean copper mine, a disastrous downfall in one of the shafts of the mine has left 33 miners trapped 310...

    Audience, Communication, English-language films 792  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

     Chilean Copper Mine Collapse BCOM/275 Business Communication & Critical Thinking September 30, 2013 Chilean Copper Mine Collapse When an unforeseen tragedy comes into a small community, the devastation can cause havoc. The members of the Chilean society found themselves with more questions than answers when word spread there had been a collapse in a local mine. The families of the trapped mine workers and employees affected were in need of guidance. When communicating the messages...

    Chile, Communication, English-language films 742  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Communication has different meanings to different people and situations. It has a different meaning to a student in class and another meaning to an employee on the job. A basic definition of communication is sending and receiving of messages between two people. When messages are understood by both the sender and receiver, effective communication is achieved. According to Cheesebro, O’Conner, and Rios, “the key to effective communication is shared understanding of the...

    Audience, Communication, Emotion 1435  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    Trapped: Chilean Copper Mine Collapse LaRena Bush BCOM/275 January 14, 2013 Peter Grove The audience is to be considered when using any type of communication method. The initiator also needs to know how to present the communication, whether it is face to face, email, or even an article of the news. Some other considerations to be given are the diverse mindset of those in the audience. We all have different perceptions of certain situations due to cultural diversity. In communication...

    American films, Chile, Communication 1132  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chilean Mine Collapse

    Chilean Mine Collapse Jessica Kuykendall BCOM/275 January 23,2012 Dr. Lodessa Washington Chilean Mine Collapse When disaster strikes it’s up to the people directly and indirectly involved to step up and clean up the mess. On August 5, 2010, a gold mine near the northern city of Copiapó, Chile caved in, trapping thirty-three miners about 2,300 feet below the surface. For seventeen days, there was no word on their fate. As the days passed, Chileans grew increasingly skeptical that any of the...

    Audience, Audience theory, Employee assistance programs 1164  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    The Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Ryan Moorer BCOM/275 5/21/2013 Bettie Brown On August 5, 2010 the world watched as reports came in from Chile, a small copper mine caved-in leaving 33 mine workers trapped underground (Weik, 2010). Initial reports did not know if there were any survivors. It was 17 days before any contact was made with the trapped miners (Hughes, 2010). The family members and the rest of the world were relieved to know that all of the miners had survived the collapse. The...

    American films, Appeal to emotion, Coal mining 829  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Report

    Week 4: Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Report Monique Carr BCOM/275 February 21, 2013 Instructor: Yuvonne Richmond Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Report In the article that I had to research called “Over 30 workers trapped after Chilean Copper Mine Collapse” (Weik, 2010) it talks about what occurred on August 5, 2010 in which the San Jose mine collapsed trapping approximately 30 workers. The article indicated that prior...

    Audience, Chile, Chilean people 1159  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse and Rescue

    when the mine collapses 33 workers are trapped at the Chilean copper mine 300 meters below the ground level. Safety codes require ladders for mines, and the miners attempted escape through the ventilation shaft system, but the ladders were missing. The mining operation soon became known as “Camp Hope,” for the next 69 days the dry, dusty, work site would be where rescue workers, officials, authorities, media, friends, and family of the trapped miners would call home. A small copper operation...

    Atacama Desert, Chile, Hope 1137  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine

     Chilean Copper Mine BCOM/275 Resource: ―Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse‖ article found in the Electronic Reserve Readings. Research additional articles and information about the Chilean mine collapse. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper using this and other articles as a resource. Because communications must be designed with the audience in mind, answer the following questions:  What are some considerations to remember given the different roles and people in the...

    American films, Chile, Company 1073  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Chilean Copper Mine

    33 Miners Trapped in Chilean Copper Mine In the event of a disaster it is important that the information about it gets out as quickly and as effectively as possible. To make this possible it is important that we know as much about the audience as we do about the accident. When dealing with a multicultural audience this can be a difficult task, since we have to take into account any language barriers, how the information will be received. In this paper we will be discussing the method that...

    Audience, Chilean nationalization of copper, Copper extraction techniques 1025  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Mine Collapse

    informing the population of terrible news the audience is looking for as many facts as the journalists will put out there. The miners and the families of the miners trapped in the Chilean copper mine collapse wanted to know everything that was going on and exactly what was going to be done in order to rectify the situation as well as how soon the workers could come home. Juan Weik, who wrote the article “Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse,” sent out nothing but facts. There...

    American films, Chief executive officer, English-language films 1240  Words | 5  Pages

  • Chilean Mine Collapse

    Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release On August 5, 2011, the San Jose Mine, a small copper operation in northern Chile owned by Minera San Esteban Primera suffered a cave-in (Weik, 2010, p.65). Thirty-three workers were trapped 2,200-feet underground although facts, footage, and speculations of the disaster unraveled on the surface, which was covered by news stations around the world. As most of the world watched through the eyes and words of reporters, hoping for the miner’s...

    Miner, Mining, Mining accident 813  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Mine Collapse

    this very sensitive matter to the family with facts and info needed but also at a level of personal consideration.  To Families of the Trapped Miners via face-to-face meeting It is being regret to announce to you today August 5, 2010 the collapse of our Cooper mine in Copiapo that has trapped family members far below the surface. We are still not aware of their location but making every effort to rescue your loved ones and bring them back to the surface. Many people around the world have volunteered...

    American films, Communication, English-language films 837  Words | 5  Pages

  • “over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse” Article Found in the Electronic Reserve Readings.

    Communication Release William Whelchel Diane Dauble 11-28-2011 BCOM/275 When a company needs to pass information to another organization or a group of people it is very important that the company knows their audience. If the information is regarding a disaster, it is even more important to make sure the company knows their audience. One example of a company needing to know their audience was the Chilean copper mine in South America. On Thursday, August 5, 2010, A collapse of one of the...

    Audience, Audience theory, Communication 972  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Mine Collapse

    Chilean Mine Collapse Kyle W Case Gregory Wagner Abstract In August of 2010, a mine in Chile collapsed, trapping 33 workers inside of the mine. The miners only had 72 hours worth of food, water, and oxygen. The families of the trapped workers were not given much information about the rescue operation, making the families upset, and most of them watching the operation. The employees of the company were tasked with rescuing their co workers. The main entrance was blocked off, and the workers...

    American films, Black-and-white films, Communication 1096  Words | 3  Pages

  • Com 275 Mine Collapse

    Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Communication BCOM/275 January 21, 2013 Wayne Brock, DM Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Communication Background On August 5, 2010 the San Jose mine in Chile reported an accident which trapped 33 miners underground. The San Jose mine is a small copper mine in northern Chile. Owned by Minera San Esteban Primera, the mine collapse thrust the situation into a global news event when the 33 miners were discovered alive and well (Weik, 2010). Questions have been raised...

    Chile, Communication, Journalism 1179  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    Chilean Copper Mine Collapse On August 5, 2010 at San Jose mine in northern Chile a cave collapsed trapping 33 miners more than 2000-feet underground (Weik, n.d.). This should have been just another day, a normal 12-hour shift at work, but it instead it turned into a 69 day nightmare. Minors did not know it would be the last time for nearly two months they would see the light of day. Miners, much like fire fighters and policemen, know there is a risk in the work they do. Their families also know...

    Chile, Communication, Graphic communication 803  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Chilean Copper Mine Collapse A small copper mine in San Jose, located in north Chile, collapsed trapping workers underground. The mine collapsed on August 5th, trapping 33 workers in the mine. The coverage of this mine collapse came two long weeks after the traumatic event. Initially the incident did not catch any news worthy attention. Mine collapses are pretty common but the accident finally caught the interest of an editor, and then it went viral from...

    Accidents, American films, Chile 764  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chilean Mines

    Knowing Your Audience & Comm. Release Michelle Jones XBCOM/275 April 28, 2013 Dr. Monica Galante Knowing Your Audience & Comm. Release The Chilean Mine Collapse On August 5, 2010, a main access tunnel of a mine in Chile, owned by Compania Minera San Esteban Primera, collapsed and trapped 33 miners. There are very serious risks when it comes to mining and the control of those risks determines the safety of the miners. Crucial Considerations and the Audience When you have a tragic...

    Audience, Audience theory, Family 958  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine

    Chilean Copper Mine BCOM/275 CHILEAN COPPER MINE On August 5, 2010, 33 miners were trapped in a chamber 2,300 feet below the earths surface. It is the responsibility of the company to notify the family of the situation before the media. The last thing that any company needs is to have the media represent them in a disaster such as this. Verbal Communication There are many things to address, but first we must focus on who was on shift at the time of the collapsed and contacting the next...

    Body language, Communication, Facial expression 997  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine

     Chilean Copper Mine Name XBCOM/275 May 18,2014 Dr Jose A. Cotay Chilean Copper Mine On August 5, 2010 there was one of the worst mining disasters in the history of mining. In the Atacama Deseret one of the largest mines there was a clasp. On this day 33 miners were unaccounted for after they did a head count of all the miners that come out the dust and dirt. The company was not sure if they were alive or dead. The community that these men lived in was grief stricken and their families...

    Form of government, Fred Zinnemann, Government 941  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    Chilean Copper Mine Collapse BCOM/275 4/14/14 Randall Savely August 5 2010, 33 miners were trapped 2400 feet underground in a northern Chilean copper mine. For 17 days there was no way of knowing if any of the miners were still alive. A drill sent down by a rescuer came back with a message from the workers notifying them that they were all alive, but limiting in supplies. Rescuers then planned on sending supplies, such as, food, water, medicines, etc, expecting several...

    American films, Communication, Family 710  Words | 5  Pages

  • Copper Mine Workers

    Knowing Your Audience ans Communication Release The news of a devastating accident is not easy to prepare or communicate to any one involved. Being the bearer of bad news is never easy. The way in which the news is delivered, and what must be done before and after the news is relayed is also important. The needs of the employees is different than the needs of the family members of those men who were trapped in the mine. It is vital to make sure to address each of these groups in a...

    American films, Communication, English-language films 1010  Words | 4  Pages

  • chilean miners

     Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Sabrina Green BCOM/275 Week 4 Celeste Bajorek Chilean Copper Mine Collapse On Thursday, August 5, 2010, the collapse of one of the shafts in the Chilean copper mine left 33 workers trapped approximately 300 meters underground. Rescue efforts began at once, but just two days later another collapse in the mine halted the efforts of the rescue crews for many hours (Weil, 2010). With such a devastating situation, the company...

    Audience, Audience theory, Communication 1234  Words | 8  Pages

  • Chilean Mine Collasps

    Chilean Mine Collapse BCOM/275 Chilean Mine Collapse In Chile, on August 5, 2010, a collapse inside a main access tunnel of a mine trapped 33 miners inside (Parry & Retther, 2010). The miners were trapped at a depth of at least 700 meters (Weik, 2010). There were 32 Chileans men and one Bolivian man trapped in the old gold and coppers mine (Parry & Retther, 2010). The miners estimated that they would not be rescued for four months. The miners had to receive emergency food and supplies...

    American films, Chile, Chilean people 852  Words | 3  Pages

  • Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release

    Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release Insert Name XBCOM/275 July 28th, 2013 Colette Franklin Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release When you are trying to portray a message, it is important to remember who your audience is. The way you deliver a message will depend on your audience and if you are delivering the message informally, formally, personally, or on behalf of a company. The way you deliver a message after an accident or disaster is important, as you...

    Audience, Communication, Government 1079  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Mine Collapse

    it. In all aspects of nonverbal communication you have to know what kind of reaction you are looking for, when you are speaking to someone. You may have to use a certain tone or way you say things to some people, that may be done when there is bad news to be delivered or it can depend on your audience. All in all, sender to receiver back to sender requires some sort of nonverbal communication whether it be positive or negative, effective or ineffective, It is a very big part of any conversation....

    Body language, Communication, Eye contact 1004  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    August 5 at the San Esteban mine, near the city of Copiapo, Chile 34 miners have been missing and presumed trapped after a collapse of the main shaft. At this time it is uncertain of the extent of injuries after the collapse. The Minera San Estaban Primera company; owners of the San Esteban mine have stated mining accidents on a major scale are uncommon in Chile and hopes are high that all the 34 workers made it to the refuge area where supplies are located. Rescuers are underway in hopes of locating...

    American films, Audience, Audience theory 802  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chilean Mine-Persuasive Communication

    Communication Internal Release Attention: Employees On August 5, 2010 33 of our employees working in our San Jose Mine copper operation were trapped in a mine explosion. We have deployed crews who are working diligently to rescue these employees. Details relating to this mine collapse are limited and will be released as we find out more detail. Presently, there are counselors available for all who need. We ask that any calls from family members of those trapped in the mine be directed to Human...

    Family, Human resources, IP address 1008  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Miners

    determine what the media and families should have. Notify the families of those involved. The circumstances will vary with the nature of the crisis. The problem should always be handled with the utmost kindness, sensitivity and discretion. And bad news should always be delivered face to face. Members of the crisis communication team should be assigned this task. The company should inform the immediate family before releasing the names of the injured miners to the media. The company should analyze...

    American films, Blow by Blow, Chile 920  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Mine Collapse

    Chilean Mine Collapse When handling a tragic event such as this there are many things to take into consideration. There are going to be many different people that are going to be affected by this catastrophe. First and foremost is the family of the employees that are trapped in the mine. There biggest concern would be to know that their loved ones are ok and are going to be rescued. In a case like this you would want to give the family a positive message and reassure them that the company is...

    2007 singles, Communication, English-language films 738  Words | 2  Pages

  • American History: Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    Chilean copper mine collapse Latasha Mcclure BCOM/275 September 26, 2012 Kwanis Nelson Chilean copper mine collapse On August 5 the Minera San Esteban Company regretfully announces that part of one of our mining sites has collapse. Leaving 33 of our workers trapped underground (Weik, 2010). It is not yet clear what caused the roof to collapse the company will launch a thorough investigation (Parry, Rettner, 2010). The Chile copper mine collapse is very stressful for all parties involved...

    Chile, Culture of Chile, Employment 709  Words | 2  Pages

  • Audience and Communication Release

    Audience and Communication Release BCOM275 September 10, 2012 Audience and Communication Release Communicating with an audience is an everyday part of life through the use of verbal and nonverbal techniques. When, a sender is preparing a message it is essential they conduct an audience analysis and make any necessary adjustments to the message for the intended audience. The sender must identify the pertinent information that must be sent and relay it effectively to ensure their receivers...

    Communication, Emotion, Grammar 1108  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chilean Mine

     Chilean Mine Collapse Over two months trapped underground waiting to be rescued their waiting had finally come to an end on October 13, 2010. Two months ago on August 5th, 2010, in the city of Copiapo, Chile, near the Atacama desert an underground mining had collapsed trapping 33 miners 2300 feet below the surface. Now, given under the circumstances that the mine had a history of previous accidents and deaths, this led everyone to believe that the 33 men...

    Atacama Desert, Chile, English-language films 866  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Mine Collapse

     Knowing Your Audience: The Chilean Mine Collapse Knowing your audience is an important factor to consider when there is information to be released to a public forum. Special considerations should be taken to ensure that the message is communicated effectively. The sender must recognize any potential barriers to communication that may hinder the audience from receiving the intended message. By recognizing who the audience is composed of, the sender is able to cater the message accordingly...

    Audience, Chile, Communication 850  Words | 2  Pages

  • Knowing Your Audience Paper & Communication Release

    Knowing Your Audience Paper & Communication Release When we are communicating information it is vital to know our audience and ensure ou are effectively conveying the message. If we are dealing with a variety of cultural people, we need to consider how our audience will receive and accept our translated information. I will discuss the protocol on the Chilean Copper Mining accident that occurred on August 5, 2010. It is crucial that the Chilean Copper Mining employees and families be communicated...

    Coal dust, Communication, Copper extraction techniques 1140  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Mine Collapse

    Chilean Mine Collapse Timothy E. Smith BCOM/275 September 8, 2013 Dr. William Rankin Abstract On August 5, 2010 a mine owned by Minera San Esteban in Northern Chile, collapsed trapping 33 workers 2,300 feet underground for a length of two months. While trapped underground the normal shift leader managed the workers lives allowing them to survive until they were rescued. Because the ventilation shafts were not damaged during the collapse, the miners were able to breathe fresh air. A year after...

    American films, Chile, Culture of Chile 442  Words | 2  Pages

  • Knowing Your Audience and Communication Release

    and Communication Release BusComm/275 June 18, 2012 Dr.Jerry Griffin Knowing your audience and Communication Release On August 5, 2010, The Chilean Copper mine collapse with 33 workers confined in a 2,257 feet hole, which was the size of a mini studio apartment (msnbc.com news services, 2010). Their families, friends, and co-workers were worried frantically about their safety, and not being able to reach the miners left everyone at unease. The Rescuers and the Chilean Copper president’s came...

    English-language films, Public relations 1003  Words | 3  Pages

  • Oktedi Copper Mine

    The Ok Tedi Copper Mine Ethical Issue * Opening the mine without a waste storage. If they would have waited to open the mine for the waste storage to be completely finished they never would have started disposing trailing in the river. * Environmental damage along the Ok Tedi. The environment that is affected is the river, the fish, the forest area along the river, the gardens, and hunting resources. The damage is already done to the environment. How long will it take to get...

    Environmental issues with mining, Mining, Ok Tedi environmental disaster 610  Words | 3  Pages

  • BCOM 275 Week 4 Knowing Your Audience

    This file of BCOM 275 Week 4 Knowing Your Audience contains: Resource - “Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse” article found in the Electronic Reserve Readings. Research additional articles and information about the Chilean mine collapse. Write in 700 - 1000 words paper using this and other articles as a resource. Because communications must be designed with the audience in mind, answer the following questions: 1) What are some considerations...

    American films, Communication, English-language films 595  Words | 3  Pages

  • chile copper mining processing

    chile copper mining processing copper mining equipment Chile, copper processing … We offer you the most complete service, including design, commissioning, construction to maintenance. Chilean nationalization of copper - Wikipedia, the free ... The nationalization of the Chilean copper industry, commonly described as the Chilenización del cobre or "Chileanisation of copper," was the progressive process … You can get plant here! copper ore mining equipment http://www...

    Chilean nationalization of copper, Chuquicamata, Copper 965  Words | 5  Pages

  • BCOM 275 Communication Release Chilean Miners

     Communication Release Chilean Miners BCOM/275 November 21, 2012 The men trapped in the Chilean mine shaft was one of the world’s most successful operations to release miners from the long underground entrapment. The problem or controversy lied in the government restricting information to the men trapped and censoring and losing letters to the miners sent to them from their family and friends. The people thought this was unjust and failed to realize what rescue mission...

    Chilean War of Independence, Family, Mining 757  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Chilean Miners

    The Chilean Miners Varonika Allen BCOM/275 September 26, 2011 Dr. James Miller The Chilean Miners endured a major hardship while they were trapped in the mine for four months. In spite of becoming famous after surviving the mine collapse, life hasn’t been easy for the miners. Several are still unemployed. Others are surviving by selling fruits and vegetables on the streets of Copiapo, driving taxis or doing odd jobs. The most successful ones have gotten into public speaking, but money and...

    1970, 1983, Coal 920  Words | 3  Pages

  • Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release

    Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release Adam Barden BCOM/275 11/21/2011 Dr. Linda Vallejo Every communication is different and the way it is presented can have a major impact on the way it is received. Phonemes, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics are used in communicating and can differ from culture, generation, social class, gender, or many other characteristics. It is important when delivering a specific message to different audiences that one...

    Communication 1086  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chilean Miners

    Chilean Miners BCOM275 2/26/2013 Chilean Miners The "Timeline: Trapped Chilean Miners" (2010) website reported that on August 5th, 2010 33 Chilean miners were trapped when the main ramp of the San Jose mine in the Atacama region of northern Chile collapsed. Emergency officials are currently unable to communicate with the miners trapped. It was said that workers were trapped at a depth of around 300 meters Weik, J. (2010). The company Codelco is yet to inform the immediate families of the...

    American films, Chile, Chilean nationalization of copper 852  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chilean Mining Accident

    2010 Chilean Mining Accident On Thursday, August 5th, 2010 an amazing rescue story began to unfold and make history. In northern Chile, South America, a 121-year-old copper and gold mine collapsed, trapping 33 miners 2300- feet underground. The mine had a history of fines and safety violations that included eight deaths in the 12 years leading to the most recent August 5th incident. The miners were disciplined and demonstrated phenomenal leadership and teamwork skills. At the time...

    Borehole, Miner, Mining 1488  Words | 5  Pages

  • Chilean Miners

    Chilean Miners John BCOM 275 April 13, 2012   Chilean Miners In this paper I will be speaking about how we should speak to those effected, how we need to be considerate how we speak to them. Watch the tone that is used and the words that are said. What may be the needs of the families of the miners when receiving a message about the incident, As well as what may be the needs of the company’s employees when receiving a message about this incident. On august 5, 2010 a historic event...

    American films, English-language films, Mining 971  Words | 3  Pages

  • Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release

    Tragedy can happen anywhere, any time, and almost always unexpectedly. On one fateful day, tragedy struck a small copper mine located in San Jose, Chile. On August 5, 2010, there were 33 workers trapped 300 meters underground, for two months. After relentless search and rescue efforts, on October 13, 2010 all 33 workers were found alive and reunited with their loved ones. (Chile Mining Accident, 2011) In any situation like this, when disaster strikes, it is the company’s responsibility to contact...

    Counseling, English-language films, Grief counseling 830  Words | 4  Pages

  • chilean copper miners trapped bcom275

     Workers trapped after Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Francine Dowdy BCOM Aug 14, 2014 Feinaldo Fernandez Workers trapped after Chilean Copper Mine Collapse October 13, 2010, thirty three miners who were trapped underground for more than two months were rescued after a rescue team success that impressed the world. After about 22 hours the miners had to travel through a narrow shaft that was designed for the rescue. The miners hoped to sell their story and file a lawsuit against the mining company...

    American films, At Ease, English-language films 709  Words | 4  Pages

  • Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Memo to Employees

    The Chilean Cooper Mine Mary Carver BCOM/275 Allan Stallings September 20, 2012 The Chilean Cooper Mine cave in 2010 trapping 33 workers for 17 days 2,300 feet underground was a tragic accident that they could have been prevented if the company would have had a strategic business plan in place for this type of crisis ("Chile Mining Accident (2010)", 2011). A crisis management plan is crucial to have in a mining company, but every company large or small should have one. No business plans...

    2009 albums, Business plan, Chile 692  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chilean Mining Rescue

    Perspective –Individual Assignment ASSESSMENT ON THE 2010 CHILEAN MINING RESCUE Name of the student | PGP NO:- | Bubbles Thadani | PGP20112181 | Submitted to | Miss SujataSahiMiss Anisha Rani | Submitted on | 17th December ,2012 | THE 2010 CHILEAN MINING RESCUE This issue engulfs around the month of August in the year 2010 .There was a collapse of a hard rock at the Chile’s Century –old San Jose Mine. This collapse buried 33 miners beneath it rising allot of questions against...

    Drill, Drilling rig, Mining 1879  Words | 6  Pages

  • Chilean Workers

    Chilean Workers Gregory Payne BCOM275 October 20, 2011 Eric Graves Chilean Workers The devastating news of the 30 Chilean workers trapped in a collapsed copper mine, had majority of the world waiting with anticipation as to what is going to be the outcome of these fine young men, risking their lives for their country in order to provide for their family. One can’t help to wonder what is going on in these gentlemen minds, knowing that they are trapped 300 meters below surface with limited...

    Audience, Communication, Employment 803  Words | 3  Pages

  • Copper: Environmental Effects of Copper and How Copper is Processed

    Environmental effects of copper Copper can be released into the environment by both natural sources and human actions. Examples of natural sources are wind-blown dust, decaying vegetation, forest fires and sea spray. Other examples are mining, metal production, wood production and phosphate fertilizer production. Because copper is released both naturally and through human activity it is very widespread in the environment. Copper is often found near mines, industrial settings, landfills and waste...

    Cathode, Copper, Electrolyte 639  Words | 3  Pages

  • Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication

    2010 a San Jose Mine near Copiapo, Chili caved in causing 33 miners of the Minera San Esteban Primera Company to fall into a chamber about 2,300-feet or 300-meters below the surface (Juan Weik, 2010, para. 5). The 33 members consist of 32 Chileans, and one Bolivian (Yang, 2010). When this tragic accident happened all that was known was that 33 members were trapped in a mine underground. There was no way of knowing if the trapped workers were alive or even injured. On the news broadcast all that...

    Audience, Audience theory, Chile 1023  Words | 3  Pages

  • Press Release

    PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Alejandro Bohn Minera San Esteban Phone: 56 2 223 9116 Fax: 56 2 223 8880 corporatecommunications@minerasanesteban.com Copiapo, Chile – August 5, 2010 - Owned and operated by Minera San Esteban, a portion of San Jose mine collapsed trapping 33 workers underground and their conditions are unknown. Rescue efforts are being coordinated with the office of the Minister of Mining and we should cooperate with their efforts as directed by management. The company...

    Communication, Corporation, Management 437  Words | 2  Pages

  • Bcom/275 Knowing Your Audience

    and Communication Release BCOM/275 April 16, 2012 Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release   No one will ever forget the events that took place on August 5, 2010. Many people from all around the world sat glued to their television sets watching a story that most feared would have a tragic ending. The Minera San Esteban Primera Mining Company had a job ahead of them that no company every wants to face. 33 miners were trapped in a small copper mine that had collapsed...

    Chile, Mining, President of Chile 1379  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chilean Mining Accident

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