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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    Communication and Collaboration Strategy Paper Beau W McKinley University of Phoenix GEN 200 11/05/2011 Working effectively in a group consists of properly communicating with your group members and collaborating together to make decisions that are best for the group as a whole. Within...

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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Jason Terry BCOM 275 August 19, 2012 University of Phoenix Chilean Copper Mine Collapse In August 2010, the world focused on a small copper mine in northern Chile, when it was discovered that 33 trapped miners were still alive after the mining shaft collapsed. This...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

    Audience Paper BCOM/275 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...

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  • 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...

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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse and Rescue

    The tragedy with the happy ending all started August 5, 2010, 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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)...

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  • Chilean Mine Collapse

    On August 5, 2010, the airwaves and newsprint ran a story about a small copper mine in northern Chile collapsing and trapping 30 miners inside. On this day the Minera San Esteban Primera Mining Company had a difficult task set before them. The company would not only have to inform the families of the...

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  • Chilean Copper Mine Crisis

    June 17, 2013 Michelle Maldonado Chilean Copper Mine Crisis Mining accidents can occur on any given day and any given time. There are many factors that makes the mining industry one of the most dangerous in the world. Along with the development of new and improved mining techniques the development...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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