Mining Companies Turn to Technology to Drive Greater EHS and Sustainability Performance

From drones to wearables, in many respects, mining companies are leading the way in early technological adoption. However, when it comes to managing EHS and sustainability risks, there is a great disparity in the way companies are leveraging technology to drive operational performance.

As part of our future of mining series, IsoMetrix partnered with Verdantix to interview mining companies from around the world to understand the different approaches and challenges associated when managing risk.

Download our report now to learn:

  • How mining companies wrestle with complex site-specific EHS and sustainability risks
  • The extent to which mining companies rely on manual processes and multiple tools to generate reports
  • How a lack of integration between technology solutions creates huge additional costs
  • Six steps mining companies should take in order to enable their technology vision for EHS and Sustainability.

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