The mining sector has experienced a shift change over the last 30 years in respect to incident response, personal protective equipment, and most recently COVID-19. Safe to Work speaks with Northern Star Resources’ occupational health and safety manager (corporate), David Mccutcheon, about the change.
Safety is part of the Australian mining sector’s blueprint in shaping the mining jobs of the future. Safe to Work speaks with the Minerals Council of Australia, Gold Industry Group and NSW Minerals Council to find out more.
BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) has recorded the largest intake of apprentices in a number of years in Moranbah, Queensland.
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.
With thousands of Australian students recently joining their peers from over 82 countries in pressuring world leaders to urgently address climate change, attention must now turn to how as a society we can better support their passionate pleas into future careers.
Embracing new technologies in the resources industries could add $74 billion to the Australian economy by 2030 and create over 80,000 local jobs.