B.C. legislation improves worker safety
The B.C. government has introduced legislation to improve workplace health and safety as part of its commitment to implement key recommendations made by Gordon Macatee, WorkSafeBC special advisor, in his WorkSafeBC Review and Action Plan report released in July 2014.
SMRP Ontario Chapter members benefit from RCM presentation
The Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals (SMRP) Ontario Chapter held its quarterly meeting on February 25 at Bentley Systems Office in Burlington, Ont.
UE Systems Webinar – Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Executing on Precision
“Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Executing on Precision,” presented by Jason Kopschinsky, Des-Case
National internship program launched to deal with leadership succession issue in Canada
Program offers business and engineering students from across Canada the opportunity to advance their careers at multi-national company’s Montreal-based corporate offices.
Ford adds 400 more employees in Oakville to work in revamped plant
Oakville, ON – Ford Motor Company has begun production…
Weekly pay up 2% over previous year in December: report
Ottawa – Average weekly earnings of non-farm payroll employees…
PEM 2015 Editorial Advisory Board
PEM would like to welcome the 2015 Editorial Advisory Board. EAB members are invited to provide story ideas, offer feedback on editorial content and share insights on industry trends and issues. We look forward to drawing from their expertise as we continue to develop best-in-class content.
Motion Industries chairman Bill Stevens to retire March 1
Birmingham, AL – After 37 years at Motion Industries…
Revitalized motor plant wins TransCanada contract
Peterborough, ON – TransCanada Corporation has awarded GE Canada’s…
Economic outlook positions Ontario well, especially for exports
Mixed performances seen across the country as the swift correction in oil prices changes economic outlooks.
Wholesalers of machinery, equipment and supplies see year over year margin gains of 3%
Ottawa – Statistics Canada’s Wholesale Services Price Index (WSPI)…
Import prices rising fast for machinery and equipment purchases
Ottawa – Statistics Canada’s Machinery and Equipment Price Index…
Skyjack seeks 30 projects to do charitable community work
Guelph, ON – Linamar Corporation’s Skyjack Division is launching…
Metso acquires replacement gearing know-how from Rexnord
Helsinki, Finland – Metso Corporation has acquired from the…
EASA to offer three seminars in Spring program
St. Louis, MO – The Electrical Apparatus Service Association…
Identify and track inefficiencies and energy waste
Facilities can quickly identify inefficiencies and energy waste with a new web-based solution offered by Hydro Ottawa’s subsidiary Energy Ottawa Inc. The EnergyFlow Monitor tracks a building’s energy and water use in real-time, providing valuable data to identify inefficiencies or adjust settings based on occupancy patterns. Electricity generation, such as solar PV, can also be monitored and graphically presented.
OCAD U and Legend Power lead the way with innovative energy retrofit
Legend Power Systems Inc. is pleased to announce that its energy saving product, the Harmonizer, has helped OCAD University lower the greenhouse emissions of their Toronto campus while saving over $20,000 per year, with a payback period of 2.6 years. The Harmonizer, a device which saves energy by regulating incoming voltage levels, has reduced the university’s greenhouse gas emissions by 31 metric tons, saving 171,000 kWh per year.
Nominations sought for award recognizing a trailblazing woman in the power transmission/motion control industry
Chicago, IL – To honour the memory of Wendy…
US demand for adhesives and sealants to reach $12.8 billion in 2019
Cleveland, OH – US demand for adhesives and sealants…
2015 manus competition to recognize creative bearing applications
East Providence, RI – Unique applications for plastic plain…