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Drones can scan an entire 150-acre site in just 30 minutes, measuring inventory with an accuracy between 97 and 99 per cent of true volume. This week’s Blog explains how a drone program can benefit your project.
Rubber / ceramic wear liners can protect chutes from wear, reduce noise and dust levels, and simplify maintenance. Learn more in this latest Blog.
The stars seem to be aligning for the Madsen Gold Project in Ontario; a definitive feasibility study should be complete Q4 2018, economics are improving, existing infrastructure is in place, and baseline work to update key permits held by Pure Gold are underway. Learn more in this week’s Blog!
What does the advent of Blockchain mean for Canada’s oil and gas companies? This week’s Blog explains how this disruptor is not a fleeting fad.
Mining sites are full of potential hazards, especially when it comes to electrical construction materials. In addition to the risk of electrocution, workers in mines also face the threat of arc blast injuries and damage from flammable gasses or other materials.
Chile has one of the world’s largest lithium reserves. As the demand for this metal is projected to sky-rocket, so too is interest in mining opportunities in the country. Learn more in this week’s Blog.
This week’s Blog features a case study from a power plant in Ohio that was dealing with dust clouding and escaping product. Learn how proper load zone design has resulted in a reliable, sealed and protected load zone.
After the same person successfully cyber attacked several Canadian mining companies, a conversation began about how at some point, it’s not the bad guy’s fault, but rather the company’s for enabling it. Learn more about this hot topic in the latest Blog!
The men and women who operate Canada’s mining industry are gearing up for retirement but the number of young workers entering the industry isn’t enough to close the gap. MiHR is working on a solution that will help find and train the next generation of skilled mining workers. Learn more in our latest Blog post!