The Western Australia Government has urged mining companies to re-evaluate their safety plans in readiness for the 2021-22 cyclone season.
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.
Newmont has implemented a fully autonomous haulage fleet at its Boddington gold mine in Western Australia, becoming the first gold miner in Australia to do so.
Victoria was hit with a magnitude 5.9 earthquake on Wednesday last week, prompting the suspension of operations at the Woods Point gold project and A1 mine.
The original equipment manufacturer (OEM) has a strong incentive to enhance its safety capabilities to keep its workers, equipment and operations out of harm’s way.
Fire Forensics is an expert fire investigation company which has dealt with numerous incidents at mine sites across the globe.
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.
Diacon Australia is expanding its Australian presence with a new purpose-built facility which offers more access to its locally-made conveyor guarding and dust control solutions.
New software will enable mining workers to digitally log their journeys to and from any geographic location, improving the communication and tracking of employees in the industry.
Researchers from Curtin University in Western Australia are working on technology that will improve the safety of resource extraction in the mining industry.
The Muster fire suppression product from JSG Industrial Systems is paving the way for safer and more reliable operations through reliable and accurate sensor technology.
Enpac LLC is an American manufacturer that was founded on one simple principle: “protecting the environment from hazardous chemicals by providing customers with high quality, affordable containment solutions.” From the moment a spill occurs, there is a race against the clock. Every moment lost, increases the risk of a lasting adverse effects on the health … Continue reading Customisable spill kits provide safe solutions for sticky situations
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 mining industry now has a dedicated framework to eliminate sexual harassment once and for all, with the Australian Government passing the Respect@Work reforms.
There has been a 31 per cent reduction in injuries at Tasmanian mine sites across the last 10 years, according to the just-released 2020 Tasmania Industry Overview: Work Health and Safety Performance report. It comes as Tasmania as a whole experienced a 21 per cent reduction in workplace injuries across the same time span. The … Continue reading Tasmanian mining report shows 31% injury decrease
The Bat Vent protects workers who might not realise that they are in fact indirectly exposed to harmful dust.
Mineral Resources improved its total recordable injury frequency rate (TRIFR) by 30 per cent in the the 2021 financial year, according to the company’s full year results report released this month.
Safe to Work examines the landscape of new products and identifies three air-quality trends that have emerged to help mine sites protect machine operators.
The New South Wales Resources Regulator is recommending plant operators establish positive communications before entering the work area of other mobile plants following a cart accident at an open cut mine site.