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In the dynamic landscape of the mining sector, maintaining a safe and compliant workplace is paramount. This week’s Blog from Lai-King Hum of Hum Law breaks down everything we need to know about when the Ministry of Labour comes to the job site to investigate an incident.
Re-Thinking the Toolbox Talk: How Mine Sites are Changing Pre-Shift Safety Briefings to Use Predictive Fatigue Data
The pre-start meeting is the place where shift supervisors discuss the tasks for the day, highlight safety precautions, and issue warnings. This week’s Blog by Fatigue Science discusses its technology that ensures when crew members say they aren’t feeling tired, they are telling the truth – making the job site safer for workers.
From manual labor to powerful new tools and robots equipped with ever improving automated capabilities, the mining industry has undergone a significant transformation in a few short decades. In this week’s Blog post, we discuss the increasing use of autonomous robots in the mining industry and why they are indispensable components in mining operations.
Mark your calendars! The AME Roundup is returning to the Vancouver Convention Centre East on January 22-25, 2024 – and the theme for 2024 is Exploring for Value. This week’s Blog gives us everything we need to know about the event and how to get involved.
The right maintenance system for your mine can bring significant cost, time, and energy benefits. This week’s Blog aims to provide you with valuable insights and a roadmap for implementing mining lean maintenance – keep reading to discover how you can optimize maintenance practices and drive success in the mining industry.
It’s all fun and games until someone loses a mine. This week’s Blog from The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum takes us inside a recent collaboration with Science North to learn about a new game that allows Canadian youth can explore the world of modern mining without ever having to leave the couch.
Overhauling Haul Road Maintenance: Finding New Ways to Increase Efficiency and Safety through Haul Truck Customizations
You’ve probably heard the old saying, ‘An apple a day keeps the doctor away.’ But what about ‘good haul road maintenance keeps risks and expenses at bay?’ While the phrase might be less catchy – the concept is not. This week’s Blog discusses how making a few changes today can boost your ROI and operational efficiency for the long haul.
Knowing what lies beneath can sometimes be hit or miss when it comes mineral exploration. A recent study by IMDEX hopes to make it more hit than miss by bringing in cutting-edge technology to better determine the real value of ore body knowledge in mineral exploration and mining.
New Study and Youth Perception Polling Shed Light on Challenges Faced by Mining-Centric Post-Secondary Education Programs
As the world begins to shift to low-carbon technology and infrastructure, Canada’s mining sector will need a robust pipeline of qualified and skilled workers. As such, a well-functioning post-secondary education (PSE) system is vital for the sustainable growth of the industry. This week’s Blog from MiHR discusses the importance of PSE in creating the mining workforce of the future.
The mining industry is composed of senior producers, intermediate producers, junior producers, and nonproducing exploration / development companies. This week’s Blog, DBRS Morningstar provides a perspective on rating the junior producers and the key factors that we consider in determining a producer’s Business Risk Assessment (BRA) and Financial Risk Assessment (FRA) profiles.