Vanessa Zhou

health safety

Does your respirator protect your lungs?

Being exposed to dust is part of everyday life in mining – one needs to know how to protect their health if they don’t want to suffer from miners lung disease, emphysema, difficulty in breathing or cancer after years of work.
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Making healthy choices on the job

Fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) workers are faced with the challenge of being time poor due to an ever-changing routine, which can impact their diet and exercise patterns. Salomae Haselgrove speaks with two dieticians to see how FIFO workers can live a healthy life.
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Iron ore mines the safest in WA

Western Australia's Department of Mines, Industry Regulations and Safety (DMIRS) has identified iron ore as the commodity associated with the lowest number of injuries per million hours worked.
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ESS helps miners keep their dust down

Airborne dust poses health, safety and environmental risks. Engineering Services & Supplies’ (ESS) range of dust suppression sprays, sealing and belt support systems and chute design provides a customised solution to reduce its clients’ dust problems.
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