Redpath's Director of Health, Safety and Environment, Derek Budge, recently discussed our company developed "Fatality Prevention Program" at the 2nd Annual Health and Safety Excellence in Mining Conference held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, hosted by marcus evans. Derek's interview transcript is here.
Roberta Spicer, superintendent of health and safety at J.S. Redpath Limited, is collecting data on the adverse effects of energy drinks to produce educational material for Redpath. CIM Magazine has the story.
The third 2014 issue of ‘“Mining Review Africa’ discusses Mopani Copper Mines and the expected July arrival of the Redbore 100 raisedrill. Read more here.
The May 2014 issue of "Mining Magazine" features an indepth (pun intended) story on facing logistical challenges of deep level mining. Read more here.
The cover story of the March 2014 issue of "Inside Mining" introduces Redpath Mining South Africa's work in Zambia. Redpath's Redbore 90 raisedrill will be completing the first equipped shaft to be raise drlled to a depth of 2000 metres. Learn more here.
Redpath is the proud recipient of Top Honours for our design innovation for the improvement of the Mechanized Raise Climber working platform. This safety improvement is expected to be adopted industry wide, around the globe. Learn more here!
Redpath's USA business unit completed challenging work on the Waneta Expansion Project located in British Columbia, Canada. The project is discussed in the March 2014 issue of "Tunneling & Underground Construction". Learn about Waneta here!
Canadian Mining Journal's February/March 2014 issue tells the story of facing great challenge to secure access to a rich ore body for Goldcorp's Red Lake Gold Mines. The project started six years ago and was completed on March 13th, 2014. This detailed technical account of the work can be enjoyed... read more →
Grosvenor'sÃ‚Â TBM will be used to build two drifts on the projectÃ‚Â - one for the coal conveyor which will transport coal from the underground longwall to the stockpile area on the surface and another for people and equipment to access the underground once the mine is operational.Ã‚Â Redpath Australia is assembling,... read more →
In Summer 2013, Redpath Canada welcomed back summer student, Samantha Olthof, mining engineering student from Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario. Sam was a crew member working underground for Redpath in Red Lake, Ontario, Canada. Canadian Mining Journal features her story in their October 2013 issue.