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BHP has joined a group of major miners supporting early trials of BluVein’s ‘next-generation’ trolley-charging technology.
Two of Australia’s biggest mining companies have enforced mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations just days after the Western Australian Government put in place its own state-wide policy.
A new whitepaper highlights the importance of having a system safety approach towards autonomous mining as technological advancements continue to underwrite the mining industry.
BHP reported a 3.7 total reportable injury frequency rate (TRIFR) for the 2021 financial year, down from 4.2 the year before.
BHP and the Western Australia Government have launched the first stage of major road and rail works in the Pilbara region to provide better safety to the local community and mining sector.
More than 80 organisations have submitted expressions of interest for the preliminary phase of the Charge On Innovation Challenge which aims to demonstrate an emerging market for charging solutions in mining.
BHP has supported demands for more transparency with tailings storage facilities to ensure they are more safely and sustainably managed.
Mining industry leaders have highlighted data analysis as the key to maintaining on-site safety and reducing serious injuries in the workplace.
BHP Western Australia iron ore asset president Brandon Craig says a diverse culture is critical to a safe and highly productive workplace.
Epiroc has spearheaded a new project that encourages safety, electrification and automation of mining operations.
BHP, Rio Tinto and Vale have partnered with Austmine to deliver an electrification challenge for mining vehicles to push industry safety and sustainability.
Evolution Mining has signed a three-year contract with K2fly to deliver a tailings solution at Lake Cowal in New South Wales, near the Cowal gold mine.
The Western Australian Government is reviewing two of BHP’s Pilbara mining licenses following detection of dust with higher levels of PM10.
Non-essential fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) travel in Queensland’s resources sector will be limited until January 22 despite a 72-hour lockdown being lifted in Greater Brisbane.
BHP principal, mining systems in technology, Chirag Sathe expands on the vision for autonomous mining to bring greater safety to mine sites.
BHP has joined forces with the Australian and Western Australian governments to improve road and rail safety in the Pilbara region.
The International Council on Mining & Metals (ICMM) intends to make vehicle collision avoidance technology available to mining companies by 2025.
International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) has developed a framework to help mining companies grow their resilience after COVID-19 eases.
BHP has reported an elevated level of aerobic bacteria at its Nickel West operations in Western Australia.