Ontario’s power struggle
Successive Ontario governments mishandled the energy file and Wynne’s administration appears to be continuing the bungling.
CCOHS Safety Tips: When loud is too loud
How workplace noise affects workers’ health.
How’s your lube system?
Operating at top efficiency reduces machine downtime and avoidable maintenance costs.
Take risk management beyond bare minimum requirements to establish a process that best meets the needs of your company.
Manufacturing and the Millennials
The reality is, they’re going to make up the largest proportion of the workforce (75%) by 2025.
Growth Tips: Influencing RFP outcomes
Speed up the decision process and improve your odds.
Action plan to stop sexual violence and harassment
Ontario introduces ‘It’s Never Okay’ and commitments to the workplace.
INKAS armoured vehicles provide safety in global “hot zones”
The Toronto manufacturer is expanding five-fold thanks to its sharp focus on exports, R&D and customization.
2015 AUTO21 Conference
AUTO21, a national automotive research initiative supported by the…
Seeing thermal red in HD
TiX cameras increase the clarity of thermal imaging.
Growth Tips: Cover your customer touch points
Improve the way you interact with prospects to grow profits.
“I cubed” (Inspire, Innovate and Improve Maintenance) is the…
Global Petroleum Show
The Global Petroleum Show presented by DMG Events is…
Automation Technology Canada (ATX)
Get a close look at technologies and applications plus…
InfraMation 2015 is thermal imaging training conference for building,…
Manufacturing to lead Hamilton’s job boom.
March of the robots: prepare for accelerated global adoption
The Boston Consulting Group is forecasting investment in advanced industrial robots will take off over the next decade.
More intensive coaching needed
People learn better when they get feedback.
What you need to know about ISO quality management revisions
Corporate leaders have to be more involved and committed to the objectives set out in management systems and plans to achieve them.
We’re digital laggards: 60% of SMEs don’t have web sites
Canadians are heavy users of social media and e-commerce, and they’re embracing mobile technologies, but SMEs’ digital engagement is way behind.
CCOHS Safety Tips: Getting a handle on shift work
How to avoid the negative effects
How are your KPIs? Revisiting how you measure performance
KPIs need to be closely related to maintenance actions and what people can influence.
Defining cycle times…and other manufacturing terms
Operations are described using common terminology and mapping tools. Here are some definitions and simple examples.
Let’s simplify innovation
Great innovation does something differently instead of doing something better
Bring balance back to the economy
A renewed strategy for advancing manufacturing should be linked to responsible resource use.
CAPiTA launches its Mothership
Snowboard manufacturer builds an emission-free plant
Green power for forklifts
Electrovaya’s green tech will be field tested by Mondelez’s distribution centre forklifts to reduce emissions and improve productivity.
Growth Tips: How to get in front of a key executive
Reach key executives with a personal contact by letter.
Carbon fibre on the fast track
Speedy technology development is driving widespread carbon fibre adoption for cars of the future.
Prepare a cyber defence
Manufacturers need to be aware of the threat to their businesses and place cyber security high on the action list.
Release the swarm!
Aeryon’s drones take flight in world markets
Lean Alert: Go to the Gemba
Japanese term refers to “where the work is being done.”