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Orica Experience
Video Summary of my internship at Orica!
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Residents angered by handling of Orica spill
Residents of Stockton north of Sydney are furious after authorities waited three days to inform them of a toxic spill at a nearby chemical plant.
Orica reports another breach
The chemical company Orica says mercury levels were twice the legal limit at the remediation site in Port Botany in south-east Sydney.
Funerals for some of the 28 killed after truck explosion
NO SLATE AT START OF STORY 1. Crater left by the explosion, people around it 2. Various of nearby house destroyed 3. Destroyed road signs lying on ground 4. Close up of a childs toy amongst the rubble 5. Close up shoe on ground 6. Wide of the crater 8. Women at funeral service 9. Close of coffin, hat and picture of the deceased on top 10. Relatives sitting outside 11. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Fernando Reyes, relative of person killed during explosion: "Supposedly the truck's driver stepped out shouting that the truck was loaded with explosives, but the people didn't listen or didn't pay attention to it, the result is that lots of people get closer to the site and unfortunately this tragedy took place." 12. Wide funeral of another victim 13. Exterior of church 14. Coffin of victim being carried by relatives 15. Mother of victim crying STORYLINE: Residents from Monclova and nearby towns began to bury their love ones on Tuesday, after a truck carrying 25 tons of an ammonium nitrate-based explosive collided with another vehicle in northern Mexico and later exploded, killing at least 28 people and injuring 154 others, two days ago. A childs toy and a shoe still lying on the floor near the site of the explosion showed the extent of the human tragedy that hit this town of Nadadores, 30 kilometres (18.6 miles) away from Monclova in the state of Coahuila. The accident was apparently made more deadly due to a lag of at least a half hour between the crash and the explosion, and the fact that many of those who responded to the scene may not have known that the truck was carrying explosive materials used in mining. However, a relative of one of the victims told Ap television that the driver of the truck had apparently tried to warn others that the vehicle was packed with explosives. "Supposedly the truck's driver stepped out shouting that the truck was loaded with explosives, but the people didn't listen or didn't pay attention to it, the result is that lots of people get closer to the site and unfortunately this tragedy took place," Fernando Reyes said. Authorities had earlier placed the death toll at 34, but the governor of Coahuila state, said only 28 bodies had been officially recovered. Authorities earlier acknowledged that some bodies, difficult to identify, had been counted twice. Local authorities said 67 homes and about 50 vehicles were damaged by the blast. Health authorities in the nearby city of Monclova reported that 154 people had been injured in the crash and ensuing blast, and 52 people remained hospitalised Monday night. Authorities said the vehicle and a pickup truck smashed into each other on Sunday evening on the busy highway, drawing onlookers and a small army of police, soldiers, emergency officials and journalists. The wreckage then caught fire and the truck's cargo, an ammonium nitrate-fuel oil mixture of the same type used in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, blew up, sending a ball of fire into the sky that consumed nearby cars and left a 3-by-15-meter (10-by-40 foot) hole. Federal officials said they did not know what caused the initial crash. The local police director, said the majority of those killed and injured were families returning home after spending Sunday at nearby swimming pools. The truck had picked up 25 tons of ammonium nitrate from an Orica Ltd. explosives plant in Monclova and was heading to a mine in the southwestern state of Colima, said a federal police official. He did not say which one. Officials at Orica's offices in Monclova did not return a message from The Associated Press seeking comment. The Australia-based company is the world's largest explosives maker, with operations in 50 countries. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e8f644a070d6f8ab8f6ceab18c775211 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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What does AEL mean to you?
“AEL to me is like home, it has helped to look after me and my family” – Lindiwe Edom, SSI Assembly Operator. In this video, our employees share why they love working at AEL.
Views: 354 AELMining
Orica chemical spill infuriates residents
Residents in Newcastle north of Sydney have voiced their anger after effluent containing arsenic leaked into the Hunter River from the Orica ammonia plant.
ORICA LEAK: What Does It Take To Shut This Plant Down. October 8 2011
Orica in Australia was shut down after 4 major chemical leaks in a short period in . Now in its third day of operation it has had another chemical leak, what does it take to shut this plant down permanently this is typical of Governments and Mining company's working hand in hand. Please watch the first video on ORICA here. http://youtu.be/dKQZTWp_H74 Orica reopened http://finance.ninemsn.com.au/newsbusiness/8385466/part-of-orica-plant-to-be-reopened Orica Leak http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/8386157/another-leak-has-occurred-at-orica
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Orica to reopen Newcastle plant
Orica's chemical plant north of Sydney will reopen after three spills forced it to temporarily shut down.
Plant worker exposed to cyanide
A plant worker had to be resuscitated after being exposed to cyanide. ◂ WXYZ 7 Action News is metro Detroit's leading source for breaking news, weather warnings, award-winning investigative reports, sports and entertainment. WXYZ 7 Action News is Detroit's breaking news and weather leader. Channel 7 - on-air, online at WXYZ.com and always Taking Action for You. For more download the WXYZ mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-wxyz Android: http://bit.ly/wxyzplay
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Sky Mining Services
Our North Dakota coal dryer dis assembly project at GTL Energy
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Downer Blasting Services
Downer Blasting Services (DBS) is one of the largest blasting services providers in the Australian mining industry. It provides innovative blasting solutions to over 20 projects across Australia, with a fleet of over 50 Mobile Processing Units, four state-of-the-art emulsion-manufacturing facilities and a 300-strong workforce. For over a decade DBS has gone the Extra Mile to provide a flexible, collaborative and pioneering blasting service to its impressive list of major resources sector customers. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Downer Mining, it has the backing and scale of a leading mining services company, but the personal touch of a smaller one. From working closely with its customers to understand their business drivers and developing detailed blast designs for every new project, to individually configuring each service truck to meet specific user needs, DBS aims to provide flexible and tailored solutions in each and every situation.
Views: 2573 Downer Group
Orica chief Liebelt tackles bad publicity
Orica chief Graeme Liebelt has had a busy year with a demerger from Dulux and a net profit after tax and material items of $642 million but recent chemical leaks delivering bad publicity.
Orica Ship of Shame Newcastle (Channel 9 News)
Newcastle and the waters beyond face a looming toxic threat, with a dangerously sub-standard vessel entering Australian waters for the first time last week to take on some of Orica'sexcess ammonium nitrate, the Maritime Union of Australia warned today.
Geometry Global Singapore Wins Orica, World’s Largest Provider of Co
Geometry Global Singapore Wins Orica, World’s Largest Provider of Co. Geometry Global, 4 hours ago Agency to develop B2B and digital communications for the global leader in mining and civil services Orica, the world’s largest provider of mining, civil blasting and groun... --------------------- Don't Forget Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJSnnxC4ZgOInm5KZDkaU5g?sub_confirmation=1
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Hexagon Mining Services – Consulting
Implementation, training, and consulting are the backbone of Hexagon Mining Services. Inseparable from our solutions, Services connect people and processes for greater efficiency. In this episode, hear from our Consulting specialists.
Views: 184 Hexagon Mining
Orica rides out headwinds to profit rise
Mining explosives supplier Orica has overcome a high Australian dollar and Queensland's floods to post a profit rise.
The article dated the 28th 2011 will show after the first two, as these lead up to current issue. PS You may have to turn the volume up after the intro, as we still seem to have audio problem. September 28, 2011. http://au.news.yahoo.com/nsw/latest/a/-/newshome/10354618/orica-involved-in-another-chemical-scare/ September 18. http://www.smh.com.au/environment/big-polluter-goes-unchecked-20110917-1kf0p.html August 24, 2011. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-08-17/brockovich-joins-newcastle-toxic-leak-fight/2843248/?site=northcoast
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Orica transformation underway
17 Dec 2015 - Orica Limited (ASX:ORI) MD & CEO Dr. Alberto Calderon outlines the company's FY2015 results, its global footprint and the benefits of the company's transformation program.
Demolition blast with Orica I-Kon electronic detonators.
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2013, James D. Toole, Inductee, American Mining Hall of Fame
The Mining Foundation of the Southwest is pleased to announce that James D. Toole is the 2013 Inductee into the American Mining Hall of Fame . James D. Toole, past President and CEO of Southwest Energy, LLC, was born into a coal mining family in the anthracite region of Pennsylvania. He began his mining career working in open cut strip mines. After graduating from King's College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and completing service in the U.S. Marine Corps, Toole was hired by the explosives division of Hercules Inc. in 1965. His first assignment was in the Minnesota Iron Range where he lived with his wife Molly. Three years later, Toole and his family were transferred to the Panama Canal Zone where he worked on the canal widening project. After his work in Panama, a third transfer found Toole, Molly, and their three children in Tucson where copper mining was expanding. Also expanding was the Toole family with the addition of three more children in the following years. In May 1973, Toole took an innovative approach to the application of bulk blasting agents; he left Hercules and founded Southwest Energy. Four months later, Southwest Energy purchased Hercules' Arizona operations. Soon Southwest began to broaden its business affiliations beyond Arizona. In early 1980 Southwest Energy took an equity position in Apache Powder Company, now known as Apache Nitrogen Products Inc. in Benson, Arizona. After adding additional bulk loading capacity and blast hole drilling throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Southwest Energy formed a joint venture in 2000 with SASOL, a South African chemical and energy company. As a result of this joint venture, Southwest Energy gained access to explosive technologies, electronic detonators, and a unique form of ammonium nitrate prill called EXPAN. After three years, the joint venture dissolved when SASOL exited the global explosives market, leaving Southwest Energy in a stronger market position with expanded product capabilities. In 2008 Southwest Energy created a new joint venture with Orica, the largest explosives company in the world based in Melbourne, Australia. With the innovative explosives technologies and strong manufacturing base of Orica, Southwest Energy continues to provide even greater value to its mining customers. Today, Southwest Energy has multiple facilities, distribution sites, and blasting operations across the western United States. During the company's 40-year history, Toole believes that the greatest assets of Southwest Energy are the exceptional employees and the willingness of the company to share its profitability with all of its people and the communities where they live and work. Southwest Energy's mission has always been and continues to be the creation of opportunity for its employees by bringing ever increasing value to its customers.
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Orica Ship of Shame Newcastle - Channel 9 Newcastle Local
Orica Ship of Shame Newcastle - Channel 9 Newcastle Local
Parker on defensive at Orica inquiry
NSW Environment Minister Robyn Parker has fronted a state parliamentary inquiry into a chemical leak at Orica's Kooragang Island plant north of Sydney.
IMARC 2014: Day 2 Highlights
Orica is the foundation sponsor of the inaugural international mining and resources conference (IMARC) currently underway in Melbourne. Day 2 at IMARC Melbourne featured Orica's Nick Bowen, Executive Global Head Mining Services in the Technology and Skills stream, delivering a presentation titled "A solutions approach to blasting – enabling a step change in overall mining productivity". Other highlights included guided tours of Orica's Bulkmaster™ Mobile Manufacturing Unit (MMU™) and demonstrations of Orica's approach to mining solutions which occurred throughout the day at the main stand (Booth F14). For more information visit www.orica.com
Views: 473 Orica
Chemicals leak from Orica plant
Emergency authorities have contained a 20,000 litre leak of ammonium nitrate at the troubled Orica chemical plant at Newcastle north of Sydney.
Orica pledges to learn from its mistakes
Orica says it is already acting on the findings of an independent investigation into a toxic chemical leak at its plant near Newcastle north of Sydney.
Orica's Liebelt joins Lateline Business
Orica CEO Graeme Liebelt joins Lateline Business live to discuss his company's positive performance.
Inquiry to review Orica spill response
An independent review will examine the response by authorities to a leak at an Orica chemical plant at Stockton near Newcastle north of Sydney.
Rockys Reward Mine Blasts
Collection of blasts from the BGC shot crew at Rockys Reward Open Cut Mine at BHP Billiton Nickel West Mine in Leinster, Western Australia
Views: 5370 Tony Cee
Mining Services
In this week's video insight, Montgomery's Ben MacNevin discusses the recent performances of companies in the mining services sector. Visit the Montgomery Investment Management team's blog athttp://www.rogermontgomery.com to read their latest insights and to comment on this video. Visit http://www.montinvest.com to learn more about Montgomery Investment Management's two investment funds, and to invest.
Views: 882 Roger Montgomery
OGE Jersey Auction
To place a bid on the signed ORICA-GreenEDGE jersey go to http://tinyurl.com/lj2tsxv To support Sonny like his Facebook page; http://tinyurl.com/lkrce6u
Views: 6225 Mitchelton SCOTT
Orica MSAI SecurityTeam Basketball tournament 2013
MSAI Team Security at orica limay plant
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Orica charged for alleged environmental breaches
Chemical manufacturer Orica has been charged with more than 200 environmental offences after allegedly dumping excessive levels of cyanide in central Queensland.
Dyno Nobel is the 1st non-mining principle organization to receive CORESafety Certification
CORESafety is a partnership led by the members of the National Mining Association (NMA). It’s an approach to mining safety and health to prevent accidents before they happen using a management system that involves leadership, management, and assurance.
Views: 768 Dyno Nobel
AEG, America's Premier Explosives Training & Service Company
American Explosives Group is a leader is explosives and blasting training for commercial, mining and public safety applications. Any time, any where, any conditions, our team gets is done! Special thanks to Brian Breedlove, The Dez, Barrick Gold, Summitt Mining, Blessed Mining, Yakima SWAT and the TEAM.
Orica breaches emissions levels again
NSW health officials are unconcerned after Orica emitted mercury from its plant at Botany in Sydney's south in levels exceeding its licence agreement.
Mercury levels at Orica, Port Botany
18 January, 2012: The NSW Government is, once again, out of the loop when it comes to Orica.
Views: 132 Luke Foley
Chinese Explosion,. An Attack? Gold Mines Haulted!
Personal theory of what may be going on with Chinese explosion. This story is with regards to the first Chinese explosion. Not the recent on unfolding now. http://www.orica.com/Products---Services/Mining-Chemicals/Products/Sodium-Cyanide http://www.oann.com/safety-hazards-found-at-70-percent-of-beijing-chemical-firms-inspected-xinhua/
Views: 288 Veritas 13Fox
Story of Christmas - Orica Station ID
Christmas presentation by Hohohorica.
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Residents angered by Orica spills (Proper news report)
Comprehensive report of how residents of Stockton and Newcastle alike are pissed off about a series of toxic chemical spills over the past few months from the Orica Corporation on Kooragang Island. Carcinogenic chemical spills have been made into the Hunter River, preceded by plumes of toxic gases over Stockton, Mayfield, etc..
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Currency War or Actual War!
Currency War upadate and explanation for August 23, 2015 http://seekingalpha.com/article/3178896-the-real-reason-china-is-buying-up-the-worlds-gold http://www.orica.com/Products---Services/Mining-Chemicals/Products/Sodium-Cyanide
Views: 125 Veritas 13Fox
African Explosives Limited - Safety Process and Induction video - Zulu Translation
*** DVD clip produced by Dominic Orpen of Autumn DVD: www.Autumndvd.webs.com *** AEL Mining Services, a member of the JSE-listed AECI Group in South Africa, is a leading developer, producer and supplier of commercial explosives, initiating systems and blasting services for mining, quarrying and construction markets in Africa and Indonesia. AEL is also the largest supplier of explosives technology and initiating systems in Africa.
Views: 423 Peter Guess
Mining firms oppose Trump’s proposed weakening of disclosure regulations
The Trump administration is working to unwind many financial regulations established after the 2008 financial crisis. Some were aimed at cleaning up the global oil, gas and mining sectors. But many major mining companies and investment firms with trillions of dollars under management now favor greater transparency. CGTN's Daniel Ryntjes explains.
Views: 65 CGTN America
Graeme Liebelt joins Inside Business
Graeme Liebelt, the chief executive of blasting supplier Orica, joins Inside Business.
Blasting service 06, Mera LLC
Mera LLC is a Mongolian nationally owned company provides drilling, blasting operation, and manufacturing explosives.
QBE Australian Housing Outlook 2017 - 2020 - Mining regions
The QBE Australian Housing Outlook 2017-2020 explores the property market in the mining regions of Western Australia and Queensland to reveal challenging conditions with minimal growth forecast in some local council areas. Watch more videos or download the full report here: https://www.qbe.com.au/outlook
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Graeme Liebelt: Orica
Subscribe to the Business Spectator Channel: http://bit.ly/BusinessSpecSubscribe Orica has a long history of successfully running productivity programs. It has helped Orica become the largest supplier of explosives in the world. But increasingly, says former CEO Graeme Liebelt, firms will need to prove to their customers that they can deliver productivity improvements. Robert Gottliebsen began this interview by asking him how Orica measures the productivity of intangibles like research and development. Business Spectator is one of Australia's premier business news and financial commentary websites. While the content is premium, the price is not; Business Spectator is entirely free. Business Spectator has a team of dedicated reporters and commentators contributing articles daily, while it also sources content from respected economists, politicians and industry experts, to name a few, that write exclusively for the site. With founding contributors including business journalism veterans Alan Kohler, Robert Gottliebsen and Stephen Bartholomeusz (the KGB), Business Spectator is well positioned to drive and analyse the issues that affect and contribute to the success of Australian business. Connect with Business Spectator Online: Visit BS's Website: http://www.businessspectator.com.au/ Find BS on Google +: http://bit.ly/BusinessSpecGooglePlus Find BS on Facebook: http://bit.ly/BusinessSpecFacebook Follow BS on Twitter: http://bit.ly/BusinessSpecTwitter Find BS on LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/BusinessSpecLinkedIn
Views: 188 Business Spectator
13th PNG Mining and Petroleum Investment Conference kicks off in Sydney
The 13th Papua New Guinea Mining and Petroleum Investment Conference began today in Sydney with the theme “PNG Resources – Expanding Horizons” - visit us at http://www.emtv.com.pg/ for the latest news...
Views: 290 EMTV Online