- a2k technologies
- articulated trucks
- Bolle safety
- climate change
- dust suppression
- Hummingbird Electronics
- Minerals Council of Australia
- multi head hammer
- Nivek Industries
- physical distancing
- Rio Tinto
- safety glasses
- slide sledge
- smart distancing
- social distancing
- social licence
- Work Healthy Australia
- COVID-19: New disinfectants for the ‘new normal’
Even before the advent of COVID-19, there were always products available for disinfecting of commercial, industrial and other premises.
- Webinar: Addressing unique challenges in the era of COVID-19
Industries have been affected by COVID-19 in many different ways. Shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) have made it difficult to obtain supplies for not only healthcare workers, but also those who wear PPE for protection against other hazards.
- What protects the technology keeping mines safe?
Sandvik and Barminco have proved at IGO’s Nova mine that remote operations are a reality in the not too distant future, but how can cyber security be ensured?
- Ebbs and flows of mining commodities
Not all commodities stand to lose to the threats of climate change. McKinsey & Company reveals mining assets that are most at risk and ways to decarbonise operations.
- Australian company to help miners stay at work with iTWOsafe
There is no doubt the mining industry will have to adopt different practices to not only manage the current requirements of social distancing, but to also manage any future global pandemics.
- Australian partnership to deliver gold transparency
The Perth Mint and Security Matters are bringing the world’s first mine-to-product transparency solution to the gold industry during a period of global uncertainty.
- Slide Sledge breaks the clang of hammers
Slide Sledge’s frame hammer is challenging the continued use of sledgehammers due to its winning safety benefits for both the user and mine site.
- Maintain smart distancing in the workplace with iTWOsafe: Free webinar
Cloud A2K is hosting the first ever live demo of iTWOsafe tomorrow at 9 AM AEST (Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne).
- A2K Technologies leads the tech world in helping manufacturers maintain smart distancing
The manufacturing industry will need to adapt and implement different working practices to manage the current restrictions of social distancing.
- A2K Technologies leads the tech world in helping manage social distancing
There is no doubt that the construction industry will have to adopt different management practices to not only manage the current requirements of social spacing but in the future for further breakouts or spikes in COVID-19.
- Australian tradies choose customisable SP Tools kits for mining jobs
When professional tradesmen from Lange Fitting & Mechanical drive their 4×4 vehicles or trucks through the dusty roads leading to a mining or quarrying site, they carry at the back of their vehicle a metal box imprinted with these words: SP Professional Tools.
- Hummingbird Electronics cabin pressure monitors keep vehicle cabin air clear
Mining can be a dangerous profession, whether you’re operating above ground in open cut conditions or deep underground, it’s the smaller risks that can sometimes be the major health hazards.
- Nivek’s commitment to fitter’s safety
Following an unfortunate bout of injuries and fatalities, the mining industry is pushing for better safety and compliance, prompting many mines to rethink existing work practices and focus on making the right tools for the job available.
- MineARC’s GuardIAN Intelligence Network: Looking out for your personnel
Equipped with advanced safety features, MineARC’s Refuge Chambers have saved lives in mining emergencies around the world. Now, the company has taken mine safety innovation to the next level with the GuardIAN Intelligence Network.
- Managing an ageing workforce: Healthy transition to retirement
The median age of a worker in the mining industry is 40 years, so it’s important now to consider the specific needs of a workforce over 40.
- Miners sound the alarm at Victorian rescue competition
Anyone passing Yallourn mine in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley during October may have thought there were a number of serious incidents occurring with all of the chaos going on. Salomae Haselgrove explains what was really happening.
- MERC competitors do their best to prepare for the worst
As mine sites are often in remote areas, the impact of disasters like bushfires is potentially higher and help is usually a lot further away.
- Insight into the importance of eyewear
Bollé Safety national sales manager Dave Byrne speaks to Safe to Work about the importance of choosing the right safety eyewear for the right job.
- Technology made to save lives
The REDARC Group and Hummingbird Electronics combine their unique power to provide life-saving solutions.
- Mining unites in quest for water in drought-stricken land
All hands are on deck across Australia when it comes to the threats posed by drought – it is unfortunately an enduring feature of the country’s landscape.