The Indigenous community of Provincial in Colombia has disputed human rights allegations launched at one of the largest open pit coal mines in the world, Cerrejón.
A BHP-owned Colombian coal mine has faced allegations for violating the human rights of the Provincial Wayuu community during COVID-19.
International Council of Mining & Metals (ICMM) member companies have spent more than $US315 million combined in their global response to COVID-19 pandemic so far.
BHP has stressed that the vigilant protection of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander communities from COVID-19 should continue as restrictions begin to ease in Australia.
The Austmine 2021 conference is set to focus on harnessing intelligence in mining, with the support of BHP as its principal sponsor.
BHP has temporarily paused operations at its Jimblebar iron ore mine in Western Australia to reinforce safety requirements after a number of “low-level injuries” at the site.
BHP chief executive Mike Henry believes the company has performed at its best at some operations under COVID-19 conditions.
BHP has considered further coronavirus testing methods for its employees in addition to screening tools that are in place across the sites.
BHP Mitsubishi Alliance’s (BMA) focus on introducing automation has increased after two dump trucks collided at an intersection on the main haul road at the Saraji mine in Queensland on ANZAC day.
Mining companies such as Glencore and BHP have ramped up their efforts to prevent and treat coronavirus in Australia.
BHP has struck a partnership with health care providers in Queensland to support the capacity of on the ground health services by developing and servicing COVID-19 testing centres in central Queensland.
A BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) employee at the Blackwater coal mine in Queensland has been cleared of his coronavirus diagnosis.
BHP has introduced four key ways to focus on mental wellbeing as employees work under the uncertainty and instability of the coronavirus outbreak.
BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) has tightened its travel restrictions for mining employees following the Queensland Government’s latest measure on border controls.
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BHP has enforced stringent measures to keep its operations going while minimising the risk of the coronavirus spread.
The Queensland Government has unveiled a $4 billion package to support jobs, businesses, health and households in response to the coronavirus crisis.
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.
BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) has put a small number of its Daunia mine workers in Queensland in self-isolation after they engaged a supplier who tested positive for coronavirus.
BHP is confident that autonomous trucks will deliver safety advantages, with the Eastern Ridge iron ore mine in Western Australia set to be the next operation to benefit from the move.