Want to fast-track a rewarding and exciting career as a mining engineer? Read on – here’s everything you need to know.
With over 6 years experience in mining engineering, Ian is an open-cut Senior Mining Engineer with solid operational and technical skills in coal and exposure to Copper/Gold orebodies. During his career, Ian has lead project delivery on several major studies and demonstrates strong skills in short; medium and long term scheduling across a suite of software including Vulcan CAD/Optimisation and Deswik Scheduler/Landform.
Join us for a free lunch and learn session with special guest Dr Penny Stewart, Founding Director and Principal of PETRA® Data Science.
MEC Mining is proud to announce that Managing Director Simon Cohn will employ his 20 years of industry experience to provide leadership and advice to a mentee as part of the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) and Women in Mining and Resources Queensland (WIMARQ) Mentoring Program 2017.
The viability of a mine is simple to calculate. If the revenue is greater than the cost of producing then it’s viable. We work out the mine life by adding up the quantity of product that is viable. This is usually done in today’s dollars as it is assumed that both commodity prices and costs will inflate equally with time.
We’re pleased to introduce MEC Mining’s latest startup venture, EnhanceA.
EnhanceA is the only online platform that allows clients to search, book and engage with consultants across multiple companies in the mining, oil and gas and infrastructure sectors. Our software streamlines the process of engaging consultants, making it simpler and more efficient for both businesses and individuals.
- Use a production blade. Spade blade and Komatsu IMac blades increase production by up to 20% compared to standard U blades.
- Optimise your design for push productivity in 3D. This often improves productivity by 25% in rehab and by up to 15% in production dozing. 3D Data Guidance make software that does this.
- Use GPS the guidance system to display push direction vectors to the operator. This cuts unplanned rehandle by up to 20% and shortens the learning curve for new operators.
I often get asked “What does it take to become an employer of choice?”, interesting question when you reflect on what this actually means?
What makes employees view a company as being at the pinnacle of their industry where working there becomes a statement about a persons ability, a sign of quality and employees who work there wear the company’s logo as a badge of honour.
Geoff Watson from MEC Mining and Kanchana Bishop of Vibrance Risk are on hand to talk about “What matters most” during the various project phases and de-mystify Project Risk Management. Using Risk Leadership to integrate effective controls will be demonstrated along with sound principles, top tips, red flags and a case study.
What could horses possibly teach us about leadership? MEC’s Head of Talent Management, Cheryl Holton, saddled up at a Hooked on Leadership workshop in April to find out.