The COVID-19 pandemic has clearly demonstrated that digital transformation is not strictly about technology: it’s also about putting people first and fostering interaction, intimacy, and caring within your team. This week’s Blog discusses how to best prepare your people so that your mining operation is ready to adapt and future-proof itself for a digitally-enhanced future.
Organizations of all types are continuing to evaluate the new reality of work and the future of their businesses. This is particularly true for the mining industry, as its employees begin to make their way back to physical mines where health and safety will be, as always, of the utmost importance. This week’s Blog discusses the steps that are required for mining companies to return back to ‘normal’ and ensuring that trust is built during a transition that was not anticipated or planned for.
With roughly one in five Canadians having experienced a substance use disorder at some point in their lifetime, workplaces are finding that a little planning goes a long way in being prepared to deal with substance abuse on the job site. This week’s Blog tackles the issue of substance abuse on the jobsite and details some of the steps you can take to head off the problem before it comes to a head.
As mining companies increasingly look to new technologies to improve their productivity, they are starting to think differently about how they approach such bleeding edge issues as digitization and automation. This week’s Blog takes a look at how the development of new technologies and related software are becoming increasingly crucial in optimising overall efficiency and vital in containing costs on mines.
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.
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.
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!