Cambrian grad hopes mine rescue story will shine light on crisis respondersSuzanne Bernier watched the coverage of
Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and she saw death, devastation and
destruction. When she landed on the ground in her role as a crisis
management consultant, she quickly realized the reports had left
something — or someone — out.The next time you hear about a
disaster, in the paper or on TV, Bernier wants you to do something
that will brighten your outlook, just a little.“Look for the helpers, make it a
game,” said Bernier. “We’re so focused on seeing th...
Ontario Ministry of Labour inspectors issued
192 orders for violations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act
to mining companies between Oct. 1 and Nov. 30, 2015.
In a press release, the ministry said
inspectors visited 78 mining workplaces across the province during
that time period.
The good old days are coming to an end
for carbon in Ontario, and a new age of decarbonization dawns in
2017.A provincial cap and trade system
looms, and businesses are wondering what it means to them. EarthCare
Sudbury held a panel to address questions and concerns in April. The
The construction of New Gold’s Rainy
River Mine is proving to be a huge economic boon in business spinoffs
for the entire Rainy River district.But as with all mineral developments,
it has a finite mine life – 14 years at last countTraining and building businesses for
today and tomorrow is on th...
NORCAT is quickly becoming a virtual
playground for mining professionals looking for hands-on machinery
training, with the goal of improving health and safety in the
industry.The NORCAT Mining Equipment Simulation
Training Centre in Sudbury is doubling their simulation training
capacity in the...