MEC Mining is a proud sponsor of the Latin America Downunder Conference held at Sheraton on the Park, Sydney from Wednesday 20th – Thursday 21st May. If you are attending the event come and visit our team in booth 8 and meet with our Managing Director – Simon Cohn and one of our Senior Mining Consultants – Richar Guerra to find out more about our capabilities and projects.
MEC Mining has expanded its offering to include a range of excellent training options to their clients and staff.
“Due to our expertise across a range of commonly used mining software packages, we have developed best practices that actually work in real mines,” explains Daniel Chippendale, Director at MEC Mining. “Our courses are customised and flexible which makes them perfect for upskilling and development in the ever-changing resource industry.”
MEC Mining’s Managing Director Simon Cohn is taking part in this year’s Vinnie’s CEO Sleepout. It’s the third time he’s taken part in the event which gives ordinary Australians the chance to walk a mile in the shoes of a homeless person.
The Vinnies CEO Sleepout offers just a small glimpse into life on the streets. There are over 100,000 Australians who are homeless, sleeping rough each night. Each participant is asked to raise awareness of homelessness in Australia through their participation in the event. They are also asked to raise money for the St. Vincent de Paul Society through an online sponsorship for their sleep out.
The 5 P’s are important in Bulk Dozer Push. Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance.
Simply pegging out the pivot point and letting the dozers loose can result in lost opportunities. One of the most effective ways to design dozer push is using sections, then joining the sections to make 3D surfaces. Firstly, evaluate the pivot point location – should it be the standard projection from coal edge or is there an advantage in raising the pivot line?