Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions Australia has reached a significant milestone in its journey to safety excellence, with its services department achieving over 1000 lost time incident (LTI) free days.
Anglo American saw over 5000 workers in Queensland stand down for its Global Safety Day program and dedicated discussions on safety.
With the year edging to a close, it’s time for the mining industry to recognise National Safe Work Month in October. It’s a pivotal time to draw people’s attention to why safety is the number one priority in the industry.
The New South Wales Resources Regulator has cited a breakdown in communications as one of the contributing factors of an automated machinery collision at Peabody Energy’s Wilpinjong coal mine in May this year.
The mining and metals industry has not succeeded in having a fatality-free year, International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) manager of health and safety Mark Holmes warns.