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Respiratory protection factors

No respirator provides total protection or provides the wearer a guaranteed zero-exposure level. The primary objective of a respirator is to reduce a worker’s inhalation exposure from a level that is...

STRATA WORDLWIDE DigitalBRIDGE Plus Connectivity solutions

Connectivity solutions to go beyond the everyday

The use of real-time data in underground mining is moving beyond a “nice to have” and now connectivity solutions are becoming essential for any operation looking to drive productivity and promote...

health risk guidance

ICMM builds a pathway for post COVID-19

The International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM), Business Fights Poverty and The Partnering Initiative, in consultation with the Harvard Kennedy School’s Corporate Responsibility Initiative...

A safer design for Air Cannons

The blockage of material in bulk storage systems is a common occurrence. Silo’s, kilns and bunkers can have so much build-up that, it can impedes operations down or even stop bulk material flow...

Strata’s Global Line of Emergency Refuge Chambers

Applying decades of experience with today’s advancements in technology, underground mine safety practices have been able to evolve over the years. Operations have discovered it is imperative to have...

Nautilus dust contol unit

Nautilus dust control unit available in Australia

When it comes to large scale demolition projects and remote mining locations, dust control is a major issue. Even if there is water available, a guy with a hose can create enormous problems with...

tackle dust at mines and quarries

New campaign to tackle dust at mines and quarries

The NSW Mine Safety Advisory Council has launched a new awareness campaign to tackle the risk from dust in the workplace, called “Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it is not there”. Dust...