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Safe to Work September–October: Dust suppression and air quality

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For as long as mine sites have been extracting ore from the earth, they have battled with dust.

Dust can wear down equipment, harm vegetation and wildlife, and affect the quality of air, water and soil in an area. But most of all, dust affects the workers on the front lines of the mining industry.

Fortunately, the industry has made strides in combatting the dangers of dust.

That’s why the September–October edition of Safe to Work will showcase some of the latest dust suppression technologies, services and innovations that help keep mines functioning safely and efficiently.

The offer includes:

  • 1 x full-page advertisement for the September–October edition of Safe to Work (ad to be supplied)
  • 1 x editorial piece in Safe to Work
  • editorial to be written for you by a Safe to Work journalist
  • editorial to appear on Safe to Work and Australian Mining websites and be
    distributed through Safe to Work social media channels.

Expressions of interest close August 7. For more information or to secure your spot, click the button below.


To register interest, please contact:

Jake Niehus

Business development manager


0466 929 675

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