See how NORCAT helped Mine Rescue teams discover a new tool for training through Virtual Reality in Facebook's Oculus VR for Safety, VR for Good Campaign.Learn more about Mine Rescue VR and VR for Good
Service Type Common Core is required to be completed before an employee can perform any underground work. This level of safety training has proven useful to individuals who wish to secure employment with mining service contractors.Learn More and Register
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NORCAT's CPO Approved Working at Heights training program is designed to provide instruction to any worker who is regularly, or on occasion, assigned work that may require working at heights criteria whereby fall arrest protection equipment and safeguards are required to be implemented.Enroll Today
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Symboticware Inc., an industry leader of real-time data management solutions for global mining operations, announces collaboration with Nokia on private wireless and Industrial IoT (IIoT) to transform connectivity and improve communications and location services. The partnership brings forward a complete digital solution in real-time connectivity for the underground mining industry.
The Future of Mining in Canada w/ Anne Turner, Don Duval, and Neils Christensen | Mining Over Canada
Watch Don Duval, CEO of NORCAT, alongside Anne Turner, Executive Director of Invest Yukon, and Founder and President of Yukon Women in Mining, and Neils Christensen, Editor at Kitco, in CSE's Mining Over Canada virtual finale; where they discuss the future of mining and the changes made to create a new world of work.
Sudbury Catalyst Fund Announces Investment
Seed capital fund invests $250,000 in Sudbury medtech start-up Verv Technologies. The Sudbury Catalyst Fund, a $5M seed capital co-investment fund based in the City of Greater Sudbury, is pleased to announce the closing of its investment in Verv Technologies, a Sudbury-based medtech start-up that has developed an accurate and inexpensive platform for home-based bio-chemistry testing.