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Planners from Anglo American Platinum shine during the Maintenance Planner Qualification Inaugural Graduation Ceremony

31st August 2022 On 23 August 2022, the first eight learners to complete the Maintenance Planner Qualification in South Africa were recognised for their qualifications. During an award ceremony held at the Bela Bela Aventura Resort, senior representatives from the Chemical Industries Education and Training... 

The Pragma group celebrates ISO 27001 certification

23rd August 2022 Achieving ISO 27001 certification is no small feat for any organisation. At Pragma it took two years, significant financial investment and a massive company-wide effort – well worth it for the value that the certification will add to the company and its clients. Pragma is now celebrating this... 

Selecting the right capability structure for your asset management team

16th August 2022 For as long as asset owners have built and operated complex assets, structuring an asset management team that has the right skills and capacity has been difficult for many engineering executives. Providing the appropriate level of maintenance management and reliability engineering skills in a... 

Quality – The invisible shutdown objective

2nd August 2022 Shutdown planning – the importance of defining its objectives When planning to shutdown, a conundrum faced by all asset owners is how to compress the duration of the shutdown, and maximise the planned uptime of the assets – all without sacrificing the shutdown’s objectives. If the objectives,... 
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Salungano performance impacted by late Vanggatfontein restart

JSE-listed Salungano Group, formerly Wescoal, has reported lower-than-expected interim results for the six months ended September 30, owing to the Vanggatfontein restart starting later than anticipated and other operational challenges. The group’s revenue decreased from R2.67-billion to... 

Mpumalanga renewables study highlights importance of TVETs for value chains

A co-benefits study undertaken by industrial research body the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has shown that technical and vocational education and training (TVET) colleges can play a central role in supporting the transition of Mpumalanga's economy to renewable energy from... 
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