Introducing… the Bat Vent. This revolutionary technology protects workers who might not realise that they are in fact indirectly exposed to harmful dust.
Safe to Work highlights Sy-Klone International’s cabin air quality and monitoring solutions for meeting ISO 23875 cabin air quality standard requirements, helping mines create a safer workplace and supporting exposure reduction goals. Exposure to dust is one of the most common risks faced by mining employees and without the right dust mitigation solution, workers are … Continue reading Reduce dust, achieve occupational exposure reduction targets
Mideco’s industrial dust collection products are used in a wide range of industries worldwide.
Erizon’s supply, apply, guarantee approach to its dust suppression program gives the mining industry a complete solution.
Martin Engineering product engineer Daniel Marshall discusses how well-designed conveyor loading zones keep walkways clear from spillage, minimise dust emissions and allow hazard-free inspections and maintenance.
The Bat Vent protects workers who might not realise that they are in fact indirectly exposed to harmful dust.
Global Road Technology (GRT) will develop ongoing industry reports on its dust suppression strategies to create a benchmark standard for the resource sector over the next 12 months
Acoem Ecotech has launched an environmental monitoring system that pinpoints dust hotspots on haul roads. It is the latest technology to bolster the mining industry’s dust suppression system.
Airborne dust poses health, safety and environmental risks. Engineering Services & Supplies’ (ESS) range of dust suppression sprays, sealing and belt support systems and chute design provides a customised solution to reduce its clients’ dust problems.
LSM managing director Peter Woodford explains how the company is helping miners breathe easier, providing operator comfort and ensuring their heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system lasts longer with cabin filtration and pressuriser technologies.
Airborne dust particles can cause short-term impact on mining productivity and long-term impacts on workers’ health. Lyons Airconditioning Services discusses how it combines its Australian knowledge with Sy-Klone’s global reach to lead the way in dust control.
With International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) 23875 expected to be published in early 2021, Safe to Work provides a first look at the new standard with insight from the ISO working group chairperson Jeff Moredock.
Global Road Technology has pioneered a dust suppression chemistry that is effective against coal dust in longwall and continuous miner operations.
While the focus for many has been on the reduction of dust exposure limits across Australia, experts from Australia’s leading professional association for occupational hygienists challenge the mining sector to shift its attention to the effectiveness of dust controls implemented in the workplace.
This explainer video takes a look at the risks associated with relying on water alone to suppress dust on haul roads and the benefits of using a road management system instead
Global Road Technology has produced what it calls the most cost-efficient dust suppression product for mine haul roads. Safe to Work takes a look at the technology – the GRT: Haul-Loc.
The mining industry is working hard to meet ever tightening standards on dust suppression, which can be a problem across mine sites from processing plants to haul roads. Dust-A-Side discusses its range of dust suppression solutions for all areas of the mine site.
The journey towards autonomous mining calls for changes to the standards for haul road operations. Safe to Work speaks with Position Partners, Reynolds Soil Technologies (RST) Solutions and Proof Engineers to untangle the issues facing mining companies.
RainStorm Dust Control, which has a long track record of being on top of mine dust issues, is expanding into Queensland and New South Wales to assist the mining sector. Safe to Work speaks with RainStorm’s eastern states representative.
Mining can be a dangerous profession, whether you’re operating above ground in open cut conditions or deep underground, it’s the smaller risks that can sometimes be the major health hazards.