The Canadian mining industry prides itself on its safety culture so at ABCanada we don’t treat HSE initiatives as checkbox exercises. Buying our software is not a finality- it’s simply the beginning of your journey toward implementing a strong safety culture.
ABCanada is ready to help you keep everyone on the same page for compliance so you can keep your work sites safe and projects on schedule.
Whether working underground or at an open pit, miners face many risks from confined spaces, uneven terrain, poor ventilation, flammable products, noise, cave-ins, rock falls, heat exposure, explosives, dust exposure and more. Any statistics regarding these hazards can be invaluable in eliminating and better managing risks that threaten worker safety. This information can positively change your safety culture and help keep workers safe.
Health and safety regulations are always changing, making it difficult for you, your workers and your contractors to keep up to date and have certainty that you are always working within current rules. ABCanada is ready to help you keep everyone on the same page for compliance so you can keep your work sites safe and projects on schedule.
Keep your miners safe
- In 2015, the mining industry directly employed 373,435 people, accounting for roughly one in every 48 Canadian jobs.
- The mining industry in Canada, directly and indirectly, employs over 560,000 people.
- 852 reported workplace fatalities in Canada in 2015 . 538 of the deaths were related to exposure to harmful substances or environments while 52 of the workplace fatalities were related to mining, quarrying and oil wells.