What does chronic unease look like in practice?

 

Accidents don’t just happen when things are going badly; they often happen when things appear to be going well. Jodi Goodall, of Brady Heywood, explains the concept of chronic unease in high hazard industries like quarrying, and how it can be applied in practice.

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Fabricating failure: Genuine parts for vibratory plant

 

One of the ways operation managers naturally presume to increase profits in a mining or aggregates operation is to cut costs. Parts are often an area that production managers eye as a way to save money, but, as Duncan High explains, it’s important to look beyond the price and understand the part that a component is playing in the performance of a vibrating screen and long term productivity.

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Boral

Boral turns new leaf, recharges for 2022 and beyond

 

Boral has set itself for a promising future, according to its 2021 annual and sustainability reports, after offloading its North American and Australian building products businesses, setting sustainability goals and targets, and managing a takeover offer from Seven Group Holdings.

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Revamped hauler exudes Scottish genius, resilience

 

Amid Scottish pomp and ceremony, the Rokbak articulated hauler range has been launched for the extractive industries worldwide. As Paul Douglas tells Quarry, the revamped product is underpinned by a rich and proud Scottish history of resilience and perseverance – qualities that will drive its future.

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RIMEX makes its mark in tyre monitoring

 

RIMEX has evolved from a wheel manufacturer in Canada in the 1970s into a leading global supplier of the off-the-road (OTR) tyre pressure monitoring and maintenance system TyreSense. 

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