In this week’s blog we will be focusing on safety and how Lockout Tagout (LOTO) are used in the workplace to ensure when workers are carrying out maintenance work, they are able to do safely without any risk of accident. We will also explore what the various colour codes.
In this week’s blog, we’re going to explore some of the most common minerals and metals that are mined and what they are most used for.
We have previously discussed sustainability within the supply chain and the efforts that must be undertaken to ensure future generations, as well as today’s generation are not negatively impacted by the choices we make. It’s important to not overlook how logistics and shipping.
Over the last couple months Storm Procurement has been very busy attending multiple exhibitions across the globe, meeting with other industry specialists, learning about the latest trends, as well as meeting with clients to discuss enhancing their business operations.
Mining can be a dangerous industry to work in, which is why it is crucial for everyone who is on site to be aware of any hazards. Workers should also use the correct equipment and wear protective clothing to keep safe. In this week’s blog we’re exploring the measures that are.
As we continue to explore more sustainable alternatives for fuel, we thought this week we would explore synthetic fuels and the progress the energy industry is going to make progressive, bold choices.
The construction industry, just like most other industries is adapting and considering making necessary changes to keep up with current trends as and when they emerge. Advancements in technology are gradually influencing the methods in which day to day operations run.
On a mine site you will find a variety of equipment that ensures the process runs smoothly. There are different mining operations that require specific mining techniques to efficiently extract the minerals, this impacts the types of equipment they require.
Hydrogen consists of a positively charged nucleus and a negatively charged electron, with the lowest atomic weight of any element. Under normal conditions, hydrogen is a colourless and odourless gas. So, what is a hydrogen energy you may ask.
We have previously discussed the methods being undertaken to increase sustainability within the industry. How we can work together and make use of resources we already have, before creating new products. Tyres and rubber tracks are widely used in the mining industry, so we know.