MINING SIMULATION LEADER
With over 25 years’ experience developing simulators for leading clients around the world, ThoroughTec is proud of its record in Canada where leading schools, OEMs and mining houses have chosen us as their preferred training partner. Such partnerships are a testament to our ability to manufacture deliver and support our extensive range of training products and demonstrates our commitment to help achieve the best in operator training.
Our ISO certified management processes and military pedigree, unique to the mining industry, enables us to produce CSA compliant simulators that maximize reliability and availability thus minimizing downtime and ensuring our clients achieve their Return on Investment.
Finally our pedigree, record and experience is reflected in our range of products, the breadth and depth of which is unmatched in the industry, and speaks to our ability to successfully and accurately simulate not only haul trucks and loaders but also complex drill rigs and bolters – ensuring that your entire fleet is covered.
“Our partnership with ThoroughTec enables us to provide our mining clients with unprecedented access to leading edge training using the latest ThoroughTec simulation technologies coupled with NORCAT’s proven curriculum and training programming methodologies.”
Jason Bubba, NORCAT’s Director of Training and Development
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CCNB SELECTS CYBERMINE SIMULATORS FOR ADVANCED MINE TRAINING CENTRE
Following a competitive tender process, the Canadian Collège Communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) has selected ThoroughTec Simulation, the world’s leading supplier of advanced, mine workforce training technologies, to equip its new Mine Training Centre with the latest high-fidelity operator training simulators. The college will be receiving six CYBERMINE simulators to facilitate the training of both surface and underground heavy equipment operators. Read More
NORCAT AND THOROUGHTEC LAUNCH GLOBAL MINING TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP
ThoroughTec Simulation, the world’s largest global supplier of surface and underground mining equipment simulators, and NORCAT have announced a formal partnership, working together to deliver world-class training programs designed to ensure workers in the global mining industry are both productive and safe in the workplace. Read More
GOLDCORP’S RED LAKE MINE RECOGNISES TRAINING SIMULATION BENEFITS
With four shafts, 1,100 employees and nearly 500 contractors, Goldcorp’s Red Lake gold mine in Ontario, Canada is a massive operation, located in one of the world’s most prolific gold districts. Underground, the tunnels bustle with mining equipment, including LHDs and underground trucks. With workforce health and safety a top priority, Red Lake invested in a fourth-generation CYBERMINE simulator made by global training simulator provider ThoroughTec Simulation. Read More
ISO 9001 QUALITY MANAGEMENT
We have implemented and maintain a quality management system which is ISO 9001:2008 certified. We blend a relaxed yet professional corporate culture with military grade quality assurance, configuration control and system engineering processes.
MILITARY STANDARD ENGINEERING (MIL-STD)
Our engineering processes are military standard (MIL-STD) compliant and our quality systems are also independently audited by military clients on a regular basis. For the past 20 years, we have been applying these uncompromising standards to the design and manufacture of simulators for the mining and military industries.
ISO 14001 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
ThoroughTec Simulation is committed to protecting the environment in the most practical way possible, with emphasis on the safe use and disposal of materials used in the manufacture of its products. This has helped us meet the stringent requirements of the ISO 14001:2004 environmental management standard.
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