Engineering & Mining Journal

JUN 2018

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16 E&MJ • JUNE 2018 COMPANY PROFILE-PAID ADVERTISEMENT Dyno Nobel—Practical Innovation Delivering Groundbreaking Performance Customers in the mining industry choose Dyno Nobel for quality products, reliable service and technical expertise. Dyno Nobel is the market leader in North America. With a customer driven focus, Dyno Nobel develops practical products that will benefit customers in real time. Customers can count on real solutions to their pain points of today and help in reducing costs and increasing production. Dyno Nobel provides customer solutions through our people, our products, and our services. Our blasters are among the most highly trained in the industry. Dyno Nobel provides a full range of reliable explosives products from manufacturing plants around the world, and blasting services from a distribution network unmatched in the industry. Our R&D is focused on practical ways to use new tech- nologies to benefit our customers. With a product lineage dating back to the 1830s, Dyno Nobel has been involved in the development of every major explosives innovation, including William Bickford's safety fuse, Alfred Nobel's dynamite, Melvin Cook's slurry explosives in 1956 and NONEL ® (nonelectric) initiation systems in the late 1960s. Dyno Nobel continues to develop cutting edge technologies that are applied around the world, including the new DigiShot ® Plus 4G Electronic Initiation System, TITAN ® Bulk Emulsions and its newest offering, DIFFERENTIAL ENERGY™, which allows customization of the explosive energy profile to the geology in the blast hole. For underground centralized blast initiation, Dyno Nobel offers BlastWeb ® , the most sophisticated networking system on the market. Dyno Nobel's Value Improvement Process program, offered through its consulting division DynoConsult ® , offers customers a measurable approach to reducing overall costs while improving operating efficiency across the entire value chain. The experienced consultants at Dyno Nobel adopt a holistic blasting solutions approach to each project, developing technical solutions to assist customers' operations optimally perform. The goal is to generate sustainable downstream blasting solutions, processing efficiency, cost savings and productivity gains. With an emphasis on results— not just recommendations. Dyno Nobel not only strives to provide real solutions for its custom- ers, it also promotes the highest safe standards. Its number one com- pany value is Zero Harm for Everyone. Everywhere. This year, Dyno Nobel became the first non-mining principle organization to receive the National Mining Association's (NMA) CORESafety Certification. CORESafety involves an approach to mining safety and health that aims to prevent accidents before they happen. With this certi- fication, Dyno Nobel has benchmarked itself against a world class management system for safety. This system places emphasis on: communicating clearly, accountability, personnel development, culture enhancement, risk identification, change management, inci- dent reporting and investigation, training, emergency management, assessments and implementation. All people in the organization play a critical role, from senior leadership to field workers, and all levels of the company participated in the certification process. Dyno Nobel is continuously working to improve the mining industry through high safety standards, practical innovations and partnering with customers to deliver groundbreaking results. Dyno Nobel contact information: Dyno Nobel 2795 East Cottonwood Parkway Suite 500 Salt Lake City, Utah 84121 USA Phone: 800-732-7534 Fax: 801-328-6452 Email: Differential Energy Truck BlastWeb Control Unit Titan Bulk Emulsion (above) Digishot Plus 4G (left)

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