Glencore is assisting in an investigation into a vehicle collision that occurred at its Mangoola open cut coal mine in New South Wales last month.
Ctrack managing director Jim McKinlay explains how telematics and data can increase vehicle safety standards.
The rising number of commercial vehicles on Australian roads has led to more fatalities, crashes and poor driving attributable to heavy vehicles.
With the year edging to a close, it’s time for the mining industry to recognise National Safe Work Month in October. It’s a pivotal time to draw people’s attention to why safety is the number one priority in the industry.
The New South Wales Resources Regulator has cited a breakdown in communications as one of the contributing factors of an automated machinery collision at Peabody Energy’s Wilpinjong coal mine in May this year.
The New South Wales Resources Regulator is investigating a heavy vehicle collision at the Peabody Energy-owned Wilpinjong coal mine.
The single highest cause of fatalities in 2018 was mobile mining equipment, albeit the drop in the number of fatalities two years in a row across mining companies.
A recent report by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) found that reversing was the primary vehicle activity that accounted for the largest number of collisions in Western Australia’s mining industry.