The Queensland Government is working with METS Ignited in giving regional METS (mining equipment technology and services) businesses the chance to showcase their early-stage products or services.
Lacerations are one of the most common workplace injuries. Slice cutting tools feature the only true safety blades: they’re finger-friendly.
Dropsafe Global Business Development Manager Gareth Warne tells Safe to Work that a dropped object doesn’t have to cause a dent to reputation, assets or individuals. Dropsafe global business development manager Gareth Warne is someone who is aware of the threats that come from above. “When you walk outside and look around there’s a huge … Continue reading LTI and fatalities can be prevented at mine sites
Boart Longyear’s Ben Redd explains how learning from mistakes, near misses and management interactions increases safety for drillers.
World Mental Health Day has seen the successful roll out of a ‘gamified microlearning’ program for miners to combat stigma around mental health.