- Anthony Lynham
- articulated trucks
- BHP Mitsubishi Alliance
- Fortescue Metals Group
- incident reporting
- International Council on Mining and Metals
- Minerals Council of Australia
- mining jobs
- Newcrest Mining
- Queensland Government
- Queensland safety
- Rio Tinto
- social licence
- workforce management
- Caterpillar enhances safety with AD63 underground truck
Caterpillar has armed its new equipment release, the Cat AD63 underground articulated truck with safety features.
- Newcrest lines up operations with 2020 guidance
Newcrest has reduced travel and interaction between work groups to minimise the chance of transmitting coronavirus.
- ICMM helps protect social licence with latest closure guide
The International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) has put environmental protection, social wellbeing and financial performance at the fore of its mine closure guide.
- Western Areas not impacted by coronavirus despite FIFO suspension
Western Areas has ceased its dependence on interstate fly in, fly out (FIFO) workers at the Forrestania nickel operation in Western Australia.
- Fortescue, Minderoo Foundation to fight coronavirus
Andrew Forrest has organised 90 tonnes of medical supplies to be flown from China as part of a $160 million funding package unveiled by Minderoo Foundation.
- BMA limits FIFO workers according to criticality
BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) has tightened its travel restrictions for mining employees following the Queensland Government’s latest measure on border controls.
- How to stay connected to clients and still make sales during the COVID-19 crisis
During a crisis such as COVID-19, the industry landscape can be changing daily. Prime Creative Media offers this complimentary resource for B2B companies on how to best equip your team to communicate regularly with clients, and still generate sales.
- Safe to Work keeps the mining industry informed
Safe to Work is attracting more readers than ever before as the industry seeks the most relevant and up to date news and information about new opportunities during these challenging times.
- Mining sector to adopt rigorous COVID-19 protocols despite job lift
The resources industry is set to execute national coronavirus protocols to protect jobs and employees from the threats of the pandemic.
- Vale to combat coronavirus with thermal cameras
While some miners are battling the spread of coronavirus with social distancing measures and worker health checks, Brazilian iron ore miner Vale is using technology. Vale is installing 81 thermal cameras – similar to the equipment used in airports – at the entrance of its facilities in Brazil to identify people with high body temperatures, … Continue reading Vale to combat coronavirus with thermal cameras
- BHP combats coronavirus with stringent strategies
BHP has enforced stringent measures to keep its operations going while minimising the risk of the coronavirus spread.
- QLD announces $4bn relief package, opens mining roles
The Queensland Government has unveiled a $4 billion package to support jobs, businesses, health and households in response to the coronavirus crisis.
- Queensland mine workers up safety complaints
The Queensland Mines Inspectorate has received increasing reports of safety risks from mine and quarry workers across the state.
- Newmont advances virus containment with mine suspensions
Newmont has implemented its business continuity plans in response to the coronavirus pandemic to protect the health and safety of its workforce.
- Fortescue fights for workforce access amid tight border controls
Fortescue Metals Group has continued to manoeuvre through the impact of Western Australia’s strict border controls for all access points on its operations.
- BHP escalates coronavirus response across operations
BHP has sped up its payments to suppliers and is on the path to recruiting 1500 new employees to fight the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
- Stanmore’s model for rehabilitation at Isaac Plains
Industry practitioners have gathered at Stanmore Coal’s Isaac Plains mine in Queensland amid the sector’s transition to the state’s progressive rehabilitation and closure plan.
- Companies united in stance against coronavirus
The minerals industry has expressed its concerns about operating amid the coronavirus outbreak, according to the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA).
- Rio Tinto’s Kennecott operations rattled by earthquake
Rio Tinto has suspended the Kennecott copper operations near Salt Lake City, Utah in the United States after a 5.7-magnitude earthquake hit close to the town of Magna.
- New safety body for QLD mine workers
Queensland’s resource workers will soon have their own independent health and safety regulatory body after the state parliament supported new legislation.