MSTA CANADA in collaboration with the Trade Commissioner Service at the Embassy of Canada in Brazil hosted a Webinar with Arcelor Mittal’s Digital transformation and procurement needs. Jardel Ferreira – Arcelor Mittal’s Digital Innovation Manager, presented on Arcelor Mittal’s Flat Carbon Brazil’s digital strategy and the corporate program to support their digital innovation journey. He discussed the technological priorities and key challenges introduced to the digital innovation ecosystem.
INDUSTRY, ASSOCIATION & MEMBER NEWS
Pond Inlet, NU, July 20, 2020 – Baffinland Iron Mines Corporation (“Baffinland” or the “Company”), Nunavut Sealink & Supply Inc. (NSSI), and Cypher Environmental Ltd. have partnered up to donate their time and resources to support the Hamlet of Pond Inlet conduct a dust suppression project aimed at significantly reducing dust from town roads in Pond Inlet, Nunavut.
Listen to Chief Operating Officer, Sam Bowles from Aspire Mining Ltd. present the plans and procurement needs for their Ovoot Coking Coal Project in Mongolia. The webinar was hosted by MSTA CANADA in collaboration with the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service in Mongolia.
According to a report from PricewaterhouseCoopers, the largest 40 mining companies in the world by market capitalization have weathered the COVID-19 pandemic mostly unscathed. The full report can be downloaded below and the following summary is sourced from S&P Market Intelligence.
MONTREAL, QUEBEC, June 10, 2020 – Dundee Sustainable Technologies Inc. (“DST” or the “Corporation”) (CSE: DST) is pleased to announce positive results from a metallurgical test program utilising DST’s CLEVR ProcessTM (the “CLEVR Process” or “Technology”) on mineralised samples from a Top Tier Gold Producer (the “Producer”).
In collaboration with the Canada Trade Commissioner – Franz Brandenberger, MSTA CANADA hosted a webinar presenting the findings of a recent report about the Procurement needs of Mining companies in Brazil by Eduardo Vale. The following link is to the recording of the event.
To help reduce the spread of communicable diseases and viruses, including COVID-19, workplaces should have an infection prevention and control plan. Examples and safe techniques for your business and workers are included in this document.
Employers and employees need to take steps to help staff and clients stay healthy and prevent spread of COVID-19. You should also know what to do if you have safety concerns, and what happens if someone at your workplace tests positive for COVID-19.
This template outlines the general COVID-19 specific policies and procedures that businesses and services must have in place to operate under the updated Public Health Order issued May 1, 2020.