Mining Industry Why Kelsa

Asset Management Software

Leverage Predictive Asset Analytics to transform maintenance from reactive to predictive, reduce unplanned downtime and improve asset utilization

Drive a comprehensive Asset Performance Management strategy to maximize asset ROI and reduce cost maintenance

KELSA helps chemical manufacturers effectively manage their maintenance, spare parts inventory and purchasing operations to maximize asset performance while controlling costs

Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM)

Analyze and simulate the entire lifetime performance of an asset in terms of availability, production efficiency and profitability. RAM analysis is performed in design and operation, from upstream oil and gas extraction through processing and transport logistics to the delivery of refined products to the customer. Armed with a complete analysis of a system's performance, you can vary system configurations, maintenance strategies and operational initiatives to determine the optimum approach for your enterprise.

Mine to Market Process

Provides real-time enterprise visibility across the entire product and logistics process, from ore extraction to product delivery, and through to the fulfillment of contracts.

Inventory management and tracking – track quality and quantity from the ground to shipment and beyond

Transportation – Modeling and scheduling of Vehicles to move the material (Gold)

Sales and marketing desk – Management of complex contracts including purchasing, sales, freight and logistics, production specifications, pricing models, and intercompany or JV contracts

Planning and scheduling – supply and demand planning tool, including what-if scenarios, plan branching and blending planning

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Incident Management Software

Incident Reporting - report incidents, accidents, injuries and near-misses with easy-to-use incident reporting forms. Drive accountability and completion of CAPA tasks and take the administrative work out of regulatory reporting requirements, such as those from OSHAS and WCB (Workers Compensation Board).

Incident Investigation- Cause & Loss identification – identifying the main causes of the incident and associated cost.

Risk Analysis – identifying the level of risk associated – Low, medium, high, extreme

Capturing sequence of events – record the line of events that occurred before the incident, during the incident and after the incident

Capturing shreds of evidence – record various evidences from different sources - eye witness, evidence like documents, photos, etc.

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