Working with Coal
Denis Horgan of Westshore Terminals speaks about safety initiatives at Westshore Terminals and benefits of the coal industry
Rod Butler, member of International Longshore & Warehouse Union Canada, and electrician at Westshore Terminals, speaks about his 30 year career in the coal industry
Jen Schlender, Warehouse Apprentice with USW has worked in the coal industry for 7 years. Hear her speak about her experience.
From the mine site to the terminals, we do it safely and responsibly.
Steel Making Coal
Most of the coal produced in BC is used to make steel. Steel goes into just about everything – from buildings, bicycles, transit and turbines.
Electricity for Developing Countries
Four of every 10 people depend on coal for electricity, many of whom live in developing countries in need of access to dependable and affordable electricity. Decide for yourself.
Higher Ground — Hardhats & Illustrator, surprising tools of the resource industry
Developed by Resource Works, Higher Ground, shows that steel-toed boots and a hardhat is not the only kit for a job in the resource industry.