As an organization formed to advance the interests of women in the minerals exploration and mining sector, Women in Mining also seeks to attract and retain underrepresented groups, particularly women in the field. Like this grassroots organization, Covergalls actively encourages young women to explore opportunities in the mining and exploration sector. The advocacy comes at a crucial time. The Mining Industry Human Resources Council predicts about 146,000 workers across the country will be needed in the next decade to replace retirees and to work in new projects.
The Northern Centre for Advanced Technology (NORCAT) supports the growth of new companies like Covergalls. As a hub for innovation, NORCAT also promotes a culture of productivity and life-long learning whether it’s through health and safety training or fuelling the entrepreneurial spirit via its resources and services. Covergalls is proud to have the support of such a reputable not-for-profit organization.
Sudbury’s tourist attraction Dynamic Earth and Covergalls both strive to inspire children with the science in the world around them. Part of that education process involves promoting non-traditional roles like mining, engineering and geology to school aged children, particularly young women. For this purpose Covergalls created the cartoon characters Cara Covergall and Cam Coverguy. The characters are located in the Explora Mine as a way to engage inquisitive young minds and help them identify with these roles.
Covergalls Workwear has proudly partnered with 3M to provide the best reflective taping on our garments.
Since the debut of The Original® mechanic’s glove at the 1991 Daytona 500, our mission of maximizing individual safety and productivity has led to the development of the highest quality work gloves delivering superior fit, feel and functionality to working hands all over the world. High performance materials, anatomical design, and superior build quality provide your hands with functional hand protection fit for daily use. Mechanix Wear gloves are designed to combat daily hazards and injuries ranging from harsh abrasions, cut and puncture wounds to broken bones, joint damage, vibration injuries, and even exposure to fire and intense heat. From concept to finished product, you can count on Mechanix Wear innovation to help you work faster, safer and cleaner with more power and control. There is a lot of dedication and pride in everything we do, and it all adds up to superior performing products for you, our valued customer. With each new market, the Mechanix Wear brand transcends its racing heritage and cements its place as the innovative leader of the high performance work glove revolution.
The Nova Scotia Trucking Safety Association (NSTSA) is a not-for-profit organization that coordinates and provides quality health and safety programs for our members through training, certification and partnerships with industry, clients and government.
Brain STEM Alliance is a consulting group that works in collaboration with non-profit, charity, and educational institutions to create customized curricula for workshops, programs and conferences that promote the education of STEM, leadership and entrepreneurship to youth. They work directly with clients to develop programs that cater to an organization’s specific goals and mission while customizing to meet any budget and level of resources.
WMC’s mission is to deliver the message to our legislators that a strong mining industry is vitally important to our nation, our communities, our families, and our livelihoods, and that today’s regulations and modern technology ensure responsible stewardship of our lands. The Women’s Mining Coalition facilitates and provides the opportunity for our grassroots members to band together for a stronger voice with their Congressional delegation.
Women of PLT connects women Powerline Technicians across Canada. We deliver reliable support and encouragement to one another. We are all on the same journey, women of the trades.
Women of PLT partners with companies who demand powerful people. We are building relationships with employers whom strongly believe that adding women to their Operations Department is investing in organizational survivability and corporate citizenship. Women of PLT aims to connect employers with graduates of the Powerline Technician program. We bring to light the qualified women who want to contribute to the communities they live in through employment in the electricity sector. At a time when the electricity sector is struggling with the prospects of significant retirements across Canada, women are ready to bring the light to their communities.
The purpose of the CIPH Women’s Network is to support the professional development of women within Canada’s plumbing and heating industry, and to enhance member companies’ opportunities to attract, develop and retain more high-performing female employees. The Network will do this by offering a variety of programs and events to women employed by CIPH members, such as skills development, industry education & training, professional & personal goal achievement, networking events, mentorship and leadership opportunities within the network and CIPH.