The Speedglas Powered Air Training Academy has launched in Australia and New Zealand to provide workplaces with a set of online video training modules to train staff in line with the suggested syllabus set out in the Australian and New Zealand Standard 1715 for workers using respiratory protective equipment.
BHP has continued to operate its business as usual following its first positive cases of COVID-19 on site at its Yandi operation, due to the company’s controls and protocols.
The Western Australian Government has launched three Codes of Practice covering a wide range of inappropriate workplace behaviours, including in the mining and resources sector.
The Federal Government’s $47 million commitment to roll-out the national Digital Environmental Assessment Program is an important step to more timely and transparent environmental assessments and approvals, according the Minerals Council of Australia.
Leading mining services provider Sandvik aims to increase efficiency and build on the current high levels of safety with the implementation of its AutoMine Surface Drilling solution implemented at an Australian mine.