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Silica Dust Exposure Management & Control - November 22, 2018

Silica is a common mineral, also known as quartz, which is used in residential, commercial or industrial construction, road building and during the process of crushing, breaking and moving of gravel or other masonry materials. During this half-day course, you will learn more about what silica is, where it is found, Occupational Health & Safety regulations regarding silica, issues regarding exposure and controlling and managing silica exposure. This course is designed for anyone involved in an industry where the ground is disturbed, including: • Residential, commercial or industrial construction • Road building • Gravel • Masonry Click below to register or call our office directly at 306-651-6330. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/silica-dust-exposure-management-control-tickets-51551025505.... Read more

New Board Member Announcement - Mark Fracchia

March Consulting Associates Inc. (March) is pleased to announce the appointment of a new member to our Board of Directors. Mark Fracchia will join March’s Board effective November 1, 2018..... Read more

New Board Member Announcement - Sarah Gauthier

March Consulting Associates Inc. (March) is pleased to announce the appointment of another new member to our Board of Directors. Sarah Gauthier will join March’s Board effective November 1, 2018..... Read more

Introduction to Mine Ventilation - November 1, 2018

Canada has a robust mining industry benefiting from our abundant natural resources. Many of the mines are underground and highly dependent on mechanical ventilation systems to ensure a wholesome atmosphere in the underground workings. These ventilation systems remove toxic fumes, gases and dust from the underground working environment. All underground workers should have an awareness of the basic principles and equipment that keep the ventilation systems operating effectively and efficiently. This course will offer you the opportunity to learn about underground ventilation using simple, common language. Students will also learn to identify good ventilation control and continually improve ventilation practice and proper equipment installation. Click below to register or call our office directly at 306-651-6330. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/introduction-to-mine-ventilation-tickets-51029260893?utm_term=eventurl_text.... Read more

New President, Ritu Malhotra, PH.D., P.ENG.

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Summer student profile

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Introduction to Mine Ventilation - September 27, 2018

Canada has a robust mining industry benefiting our natural recourses, many of these are underground. All the underground mines are highly dependent on mechanical ventilation systems to ensure a wholesome atmosphere is created and maintained in the underground workings. All underground workers should have an awareness of the basic principles behind the ventilation systems that keep their work places healthy by removing toxic diesel fumes, dust and gasses from their underground working environment. This course will offer you the opportunity to learn about underground ventilation using a common language, to identify and continually improve ventilation practice and proper equipment installation. .... Read more






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200, 201 21st Street East
Saskatoon, SK S7K 0B8,
Canada
Tel: 306.651.6330
Fax: 306.651.6348