Category: Health & Safety

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Mining safety conference for Queensland

THE 2018 Queensland Mining Industry & Health and Safety Conference (August 19 -22) returns for its 30th year, with a long-standing

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How to protect, clean and store height safety gear

Harnesses and other height safety gear should be cleaned regularly to minimise odour build-up, increase service life and remove

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Energy and Resources a leader in the importance of wellbeing

Wellbeing has been rated as the most important priority by global energy and resources (E&R) respondents to the latest

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DMIRS New hazard register available

The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) has developed a new hazard register, which presents the findings

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Mining Industry Guide to Workplace Safety 2018/19 – Released

Some may be aware that mining is a dangerous occupation, however, what people might not know is that it

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Detecting unseen hazards can mean life or death for Central Queensland workers.

IN January this year, two brothers from Sarina near Mackay died after being overcome by fumes while cleaning inside

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NSW Resources Regulator: Amendments to the Regulation are in effect

The Work Health and Safety (Mines and Petroleum Sites) Amendment Regulation 2018 (the Amendment Regulation) is made under the Work

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Rio Tinto to almost double its autonomous drilling fleet in a drive to further improve safety and productivity

Rio Tinto is almost doubling its fleet of autonomous production drills in order to create a safer working environment

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Kal Tire Showcases Commitment to Southern Africa

At Electra Mining Africa 2018, Kal Tire’s Mining Tire Group demonstrates its strengths and ingenuity for servicing both underground

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Drive so others survive this Road Safety Week April 30 to May 6 2018

Did you know? The road transport industry ranks amongst those that consistently record the highest number of work-related fatalities.

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