RAM adds Advanced Vibration Technology course to program

By |  February 17, 2015

R. A. McClure (RAM) added a one-day Advanced Vibration Technology course to its educational program, following its Premier Surface Blasting course Sept. 9-11. According to the company, this training program targets a growing need for companies operating in high liability areas to control vibration generated by the blasting program.

The course, held Sept. 12 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., will educate attendees on capturing the signature hole, analyzing data and processing results in order to determine the best detonator timing for a blast. It will also cover seismograph analysis using the Mini-Seis III seismograph.

Attendees will be supplied with high-tech workstations that include Seismograph Data Analysis and Alpha-Blast software for blast analysis. They will receive eight continuing education hours for completing this one-day course.

Attendees can register for each course individually or as a package. Those who register for the Surface Blasting course before July 31 will receive a discount, and those who register for both courses by July 31 will receive an additional discount on the Advanced Vibration Technology course.

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