Eliminating diesel will make a huge improvement to working conditions by removing diesel particulate and other gases like NOX and SO2 from the workplace.
Canada continues to set the standard for the rest of the world when it comes to operating safely in mining and exploration. By understanding the risks and acting to provide appropriate training and education for workers, companies can improve the health and safety conditions for their employees. Our Spring 2011 issue will focus on safety.
Recent Safety articles
Focus FS introduces revolutionary under oxygen mine rescue incident application
Our work is guided by our mission: To improve, in a measurable way, the ability of developing countries to manage and benefit from their natural resources.by Peter Caulfield
The Energy and Mines World Congress Summit will be held in Toronto on November 21-22, 2016
Immediately following the Mount Polley tailings incident in 2014, MAC’s Tailings Working Group initiated a full review of the tailings management components.
Solar-powered, wireless technology provides flexible protection and real-time leak analysis.by Jillian Clark
The Polaris Rampage, an amphibious, all-terrain, all-season, global-reach platform was deployed in support of Canadian Operation Nunalivut.
New regulations and requirements will be introduced that will make B.C. a leader in safety standards.
The MineSafe Smartwatch is a tool to help miners identify and respond to potentially dangerous issues.
After an extensive expansion and modernization program, the Rio Tinto Aluminum Smelter in Kitimat, B.C is re-opened.
Ottawa-based company, BluMetric Environmental Inc., is awarded a new contract to provide environmental engineering services to Vale Canada Limited.
Alloycorp Mining Inc. is moving fearlessly forward with social and technological innovations that are essential tools in navigating the new mining landscapeby Jessica Kirby