Coeur Mining Reduces Worker Injuries And Exposure Using Drones And Wearable Technology
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In a time where digital EHS technologies are becoming more visible and accessible, many firms are identifying how adoption of these technologies can support worker safety and operational efficiency. Coeur Mining, which owns and operates silver and gold mines in Canada, Mexico and the US, has implemented new digital EHS technologies to enhance their safety culture and set the firm’s metrics above and beyond regulatory requirements. Coeur identified key areas of risk for its over 2,000 workers and subsequently implemented drone technology, automated machinery and wearable technology across operations. These technologies and the data they have collected have supported Coeur in building its safety culture and have driven down injury rates by 75%.
Table of contentsCutting-edge Digital EHS Technology Helps Coeur Mining Uncover And Mitigate Worker Risks
Coeur Mining Creates Safety Ecosystem By Integrating Drone and Wearable Technology Into Existing Management Systems
Combination Of Technology And Thorough Change Management Has Strengthened Coeur’s Safety Culture And Driven Down Injury Rates By 75%