Efekti rudničke proizvodnje ne zavise samo od prirodnih uslova, stručnosti kadrova i tehničko-tehnološke opremljenosti, od privredno-ekonomskog i društvenopolitičkog ambijenta, već u značajnoj meri zavise i od efikasnosti nadzornoupravljačke strukture, odnosno od rudničkog menadžmenta.
Ova saznanja su uticala na izbor i definisanje teme predmetne doktorske disertacije, usmerene na istraživanja efekata međunarodnih standarda u rudarstvu Srbije, s ciljevima: sagledavanje ostvarenog na ovom polju u svetu i kod nas, filosofije sistema menadžmenta i međunarodnih standarda, adaptivnosti i dovoljnosti u primeni sistema menadžmenta sa međunarodnim standardima u multivarijabilnim rudničkim uslovima.
Polaznu hipotezu da međunarodni standardi nisu dovoljni za efikasan menadžment rudničkim sistemima, naša istraživanja potvrđuju. Saglasno ovome predložen je strukturni model sa integrisanim međunarodnim standardima, adekvatan potrebama rudničkog menadžmenta, a radi postizanja eksploatacionih, sigurnosnih, radnih i ekoloških bezbednosnih ciljeva.
Temu doktorske disertacije karakterišu aktuelnost i važnost problema, značajna je za rudarstvo kako u naučnom tako i u praktičnom pogledu, istraživanjima su ostvareni rezultati obe kategorije.]]>
The effects of mining production do not depend only on natural conditions, professionalism of the workforce, technical-technological equipment, industrialeconomic and social-political ambience. They depend, in a considerable degree, on the effectiveness of supervision and management structure, that is, on mining management.
This knowledge determined the choice and definition of the theme of the doctoral dissertation presented here: it is devoted to the investigation of effects of international standards in the Serbian mining industry. The research pursues the following aims: to review achievements in this field in the world and in this country, to study the philosophy of management systems and international standards in the world and in this country, to evaluate adaptability and sufficiency of management systems based on international standards in the process of their application in multivariable conditions of the mining industry.
The starting hypothesis that international standards are not sufficient for effective management of the mining systems is confirmed by our research. In accordance with this, a structural model with integrated international standards is suggested, which adequately meets the needs of mining management and is aimed at achieving the objectives of exploitation, safety, production and ecological security.
The problems treated in the doctoral dissertation are both significant and acute. The dissertation has scientific and practical significance for the mining industry, which it is confirmed by the fact that the research yielded results in both fields.]]>