Drawing on the 80/20 principle, IQA Fellow and certified coach Mike Cameron highlights the necessity of focusing efforts strategically to achieve a greater level of acceptance using the persuasive acceptance method.
Bansal to lead Boral
Vik Bansal has been appointed Boral chief executive officer and managing director, effective Monday 5 December 2022.
Wind monitor takes off
Ying Hui International has developed a wireless anemometer for wind-speed monitoring to ensure safety and productivity in blustery conditions.
Digging for success
Both gas and water sectors are speciality areas for excavation companies, requiring a broad mix of operator skills and heavy demands on machinery.
Approvals in Victoria
Victoria’s Earth Resources Regulation has granted work authorities for 14 new quarries for the financial year 2021–22, making another 56.1 million tonnes of reserves available.
The path to autonomous machine operation
The use of autonomous drills and haul trucks in the Australian mining industry is commonplace, but what about the quarry industry? Eltirus founder Steve Franklin explores.
How to improve the OEE of mining conveyors
Machinery reliability influences both availability and performance. SKF’s insight study looks at how to improve the overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) of mining conveyors for maximum machine reliability.
A ‘drop-in’ heart transplant for heavy industry
SEW-EURODRIVE offer a drop-in replacement solution that significantly reduces downtime and provides immediate benefits in terms of system efficiency and reliability.
Helping leaders hear more bad news
Jodi Goodall of Brady Heywood gives some advice on what a very necessary part of is being a senior leader.
Astec quaternary crusher delivers for Queensland copper mine
Around the world, copper prices have surged as economies rebound from the global pandemic. One copper miner in north-west Queensland is set to take full advantage of the increased demand for this precious commodity.