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Vibrating screens are engineered for hard work, but these machines can take a beating and they cannot run indefinitely without maintenance. This week’s Blog from Haver & Boecker Niagara provides seven daily steps that will get the most out of your vibrating screens for the long haul.
In August, the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame welcomed five new industry pioneers in who have demonstrated leadership and outstanding achievement in the mining industry. This week’s Blog introduces readers to the CMHF inductees and discusses their valuable contributions to the Canadian mining industry.
Canadian miners face multifaceted and often complex challenges when investing abroad, and investment structuring may help protect against political, social, and environmental risk when doing business internationally. This week’s Blog from Rachel Howie at Dentons discusses how investment structuring should be a part of every international miner’s due diligence.
A trailer is never just a trailer. It can be manufactured to many different specifications, with multiple raw material options, dozens of load and geographical considerations, various top speed requirements, and hundreds of possible axle configurations coming into play. This week’s Blog from Talbert Manufacturing takes a deep dive into how to best calculate the trailer capacity you need to separate the road from the load.
With a focus on Canada’s Coal: On The Road To Energy Security, the Coal Association of Canada (CAC) will be holding our annual conference September 21 – 23, 2022. This week’s Blog takes a look at what attendees can expect this year at Canada’s premiere coal conference. Hope to see you there!
Arc Flash Safety in Mining The single largest category of electrical injuries in the mining industry is non-contact electrical burns caused by arc flash events, according to an investigation conducted by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) over 11 years. Even though this study found that the majority of mining electrical injuries […]
To achieve optimal blasting results for mining efficiency, mines need real-time data from their blasting blocks; BME’s new generation XPLOLOG does just that – and is being put to work at a large opencast mine in South Africa’s Northern Cape province. This week’s Blog takes a deeper dive into what BME is bringing to the table, and what it means for the future of blasting.
Many forecasters of future energy and mining activity still see the global push toward electrification as a key driver of future demand and commodity prices for minerals like copper, cobalt, nickel, lithium, manganese, rare earth elements, and others. This week’s Blog looks at how Di-Corp has been gearing up production, engineering, and technical support to be sure they’re well positioned to assist their growing global customer network of drilling contractors and mining companies.
Do you keep posting job opportunities, and no one applies? Are you looking through the applications you did receive and think to yourself, ‘Can they even do this job?’ Is the worry of not being able to meet project deadlines and attract new customers keeping you up at night? This week’s Blog from Inspiring Organizational Growth CEO/Owner, Carrie-Lynn Hotson, and about some of her solutions to recruiting and retaining the mining workforce of the future.