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Companies in the blasting and explosives sector had opportunistically used the years of the COVID-19 pandemic to modernise and fine-tune their blasting technologies – a space where BME has been constructively investing for decades. This week’s Blog takes a closer look at BME’s presentation at a recent ISEE conference.
When it comes to waterblasting and handling water jets powerful enough to cut through the toughest pipe buildup, setting the highest safety standards is of the utmost importance – especially when those processes are taking place in a mine setting. This week’s Blog from Jetstream of Houston looks at some of the steps contractors and internal mine crews should take in order to start on the right path when it comes to waterblasting safety.
How Choosing the Right Equipment and Rental Provider Can Lead to Better Safety, Increased Productivity, and Reduced Costs for Mining Projects
The mining industry is nothing if not competitive and, if you want to succeed, you need a lean and efficient operation. This week’s Blog from Cooper Equipment Rentals looks at how outsourcing your mining fleet is a great way to keep costs down and try out the latest, most advanced equipment.
Collaboration in the energy and resource-based sector is critical – and it must absolutely include effective, equitable, and meaningful partnerships with Indigenous Peoples. This week’s Blog from EY Canada, discusses the importance of Indigenous engagement, as well as the opportunities and benefits that exist when pursuing effective Indigenous relations.
The demand for coal, especially in the power generation industry, is hitting record highs as people want to ensure that when they need heat, light, or transportation, it’s readily and economically available. This week’s Blog from MAJOR discusses how customized high vibration screen media continues to grow as the solution for the myriad of challenges in the coal industry.
When it comes to the many challenges of the global energy transition competing for urgent attention, the shortage of skilled engineers needs to be priority number one. But what is the best way to address this issue and cultivate the right skills, at the right place, and at the right time? This week’s Blog from ABB explores how mining companies can be an enabler in the net zero journey by securing the industry’s top talent.
The annual Prospector’s & Developers Association of Canada’s (PDAC) Convention is right around the corner! Happening March 3-6, 2024, @thePDAC is the world’s premier mineral exploration and mining convention, and is the leading convention for people, governments, companies, and organizations connected to mineral exploration. This week’s Blog takes a closer look at PADC 2024, and at what attendees can expect.
Sophisticated water clarifiers and specially formulated polymer flocculants can eliminate the need for settling ponds at mines and aggregate plants by providing clarified water and easy-to-handle solids. This week’s Blog from Jadair International Inc. introduces us to their Settler / Clarifier System that is a great alternative to conventional settling ponds.
Occupational diseases are health problems that can affect workers because of the type of work they do. Last year, Workplace Safety North – along with the Occupational Cancer Research Centre – released three new posters showing the top occupational disease risks in the forestry, mining, and pulp and paper sectors. This week’s Blog takes a closer look at this collaboration and talks about the importance of raising awareness of safety in the workplace.
Every year, The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) recognizes outstanding performers in the Canadian and international mineral exploration and mining industry. This week’s Blog takes a look at the 2024 PDAC Award recipients.