…safely ahead of the rest…
The safety and well-being of our team members and partners is one of Dias’ core values. We apply this value to all aspects of our business.
Dias has developed a comprehensive HSEC management system and implements this through our HSE manual and internet-assisted software. These modes facilitate implementation of HSE training, monitoring and management.
Perhaps the most effective way to mitigate risk to our team members is to reduce the number of team members that we deploy on our field teams. Dias’ has developed new and innovative system hardware and methods that have optimised our operations to ensure efficient and effective acquisition with a focused team of qualified technical and operational personnel.
Dias Geophysical’s proprietary lightning shunt and current lockout technologies are unique to our industry. In addition to risk mitigation, these purpose-built safety devices provide a tactile and tangible reminder of the importance that we place on safety for our team members.
For more information about our Lightning Shunt technology, click here.
For more information about our Current Lockout technology, click here.
Dias Geophysical is open to providing access to these technologies for clients and contractors. If you are interested in obtaining either of these systems, please contact Jonathan Rudd.
Dias delivers ground geophysical solutions to geoscience challenges through the application of innovative resistivity and induced polarization technology. Dias has developed uniquely efficient and effective DCIP systems with integrated safety.
Dias Geophysical is pleased to announce the completion of a 3D resistivity and IP survey over the Arrow deposit in the southwest Athabasca basin, Saskatchewan,READ MORE
Dias Geophysical has successfully completed an induced polarization and resistivity survey in northern Chile. The project was successful in identifying prospective targets for drill follow-upREAD MORE
Dias expands capacity by adding a second DIAS32 system. Like the first, this new system will allow for fully-distributed 2D acquisition.READ MORE
Dias completes a significant 2D DIAS32 project from April to June, 2015, in the northwestern USA. Dias is pleased with the performance of the systemREAD MORE
Dias Geophysical is exhibiting at the PDAC Conference from March 5 to 8. Please visit our booth # 6210N in the North Convention area.READ MORE
Stop by the Dias Geophysical booth at the ASEG conference in Perth, Australia.READ MORE
Join Dias Geophysical at our booth at the AMEBC Roundup conference in Vancouver.READ MORE
Dias presents an overview of the DIAS32 system at the KEGS monthly meeting in Toronto.READ MORE