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In a new report, ''Tracking the Trends 2010: A look at 10 of the top issues mining companies will face,'' Deloitte identifies key issues for the mining industry in 2010 and beyond. WATCH


Ontario mining industry launches video contest
The Ontario Mining Association recently launched its 2010 ''So You Think You Know Mining'' video contest on Facebook. more...

Entero donates key software to SAIT
Entero Corporation, developers of MOSAIC asset management software, announced a MOSAIC software donation valued at $700,000 to SAIT Polytechnic, as well as a new scholarship. more...

REDUCE WORKPLACE ACCIDENTS: Caterpillar improves mine site safety
Caterpillar introduced the Cat Integrated Object Detection System that's designed to enhance mine site safety. more...

RIDGID launches RIDGIDConnect online tool
A first-of-its-kind platform, the site provides ability to share and store digital assets such as diagnostic job site photos and videos, job reports and histories, and more. more...

Timken bolsters resources to support growth in heavy-duty truck aftermarket
Company adding several new positions in 2010 to handle increase in demand. more...


Work Together - Tracking key oil sands industry trends
By Andy Mackintosh
Some of the challenges that the maintenance function is facing today come from international competition for skilled resources, an aging workforce and working in one of the harshest industrial environments [oil and gas sector] for most of the year. In the global industrial market, young engineers are seeking international experience and a work-life balance, which is a much higher priority than previous generations. Ensuring the talent and expertise needed to tackle maintenance on all fronts is a growing challenge in Canada.

New white paper explores arc flash dangers, highlights arc-resistant motors
A new white paper from Rockwell Automation highlights the inherent dangers of arc flash, discusses the standards guiding arc-flash safety, and details the role that arc-resistant motor control centers (MCCs) play in helping to contain arc energy and reduce hazards. more...

OPEC pumps 29.1 million barrels per day in December: Platts
LONDON — The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) crude oil production rose to 29.1 million barrels per day (b/d) in December, an increase of 160,000 b/d from an estimated November level of 28.94 million b/d, a Platts survey of OPEC and oil industry officials and analysts showed recently. more...

Nordic plans new test well at Preeceville, SK, using specialized equipment
The company also has updates on several of the Company's properties and the initiatives that are either underway or being planned. more...



Work Safely: Measure your intention versus execution

Reduce Injuries: Ensure your contractors work safely

Simulator-aided training for operators

Going Green: New production tank offers key benefits


Infrared Training Center (ITC) Canada - Level 1 - Standard, February 8-11, Edmonton, AB

Infrared Training Center (ITC) Canada - FLIR Reporter, February 16, Online training

Maintrain St. John's, April 7-8, St. John's, Newfoundland

Global Petroleum Show, June 8-10, 2010, Calgary, Alberta

MEMO 2010 — Maintenance Engineering / Mine Operators Conference, October 25-27, 2010, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario

Check out the Calendar of Events on the REM website for more upcoming industry seminars, conferences, shows and training sessions.

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