Common Mining Injuries

Mining is a dangerous industry. It’s often stated that safety is the top priority among global mining companies, however, serious injuries still occur on a regular basis. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a mining employee is more likely to sustain a fatal injury or illness than an employee in any other industry. The severity of mining injuries are also more likely to be life-threatening or life-altering.

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Why is HVAC Maintenance Important?

Often customers don’t realize the benefits of regular maintenance, and systems go years without being tended to. They end up having higher utility bills, breathing allergens which have entered the air, and running into frequent problems with their system. By providing customers with the benefits to regular maintenance, they may be more encouraged to follow…

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5 Mining Safety Tips

Sixteen percent of all injuries reported to the United States Department of Labor in 2014 were related to faulty machinery components. In addition, fatalities have gradually increased over the past three years, demonstrating that safety has not been a priority in the mining industry. If regular equipment maintenance saves even a single life per year,…

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Did You Know Ultrasonic Waves Are Inaudible To Humans?

These are sound waves which are transmitted at a frequency of 20,000 Hz or higher, making them inaudible to humans. Ultrasonic waves are measured in hertz (Hz), which is equivalent to cycles per second. Devices, such as our Marksman™ II, are used to convert and amplify inaudible ultrasonic sounds into audible “natural” sounds in order…

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