A mining industry initiative is striving to improve mine equipment safety by ensuring original equipment manufacturers and operators are on the same page.
A three-year collaborative project with mining services specialist Elastomers Australia has delivered a major improvement in fire mitigation to enhance safety and protection of assets at a major miner’s Western Australian iron ore sites.
Rio Tinto has outlined 26 recommendations to improve its workplace culture, with the company seeking to make a “positive and lasting change”.
Whitehaven Coal and Rio Tinto have announced changes to their paid parental leave policies, enabling parents to spend more time with their children.
Rio Tinto will expand its safe production system beyond five pilot sites aiming at improving targeted bottlenecks, its quarterly report said.
The MCA has released its Respect@Work industry toolkit to help educate and eliminate workplace sexual harassment in the mining industry.
The COVID-19 vaccine mandate for the resources industry has now come into effect in Western Australia, ensuring workers are kept safe.
Rio Tinto is hosting an international pilot program to roll out a ground-breaking predictive biometric technology, created by Australian technology innovator Canaria Technologies and Embley Contracting.
Rio Tinto, BHP and Fortescue Metals Group have partnered to raise social awareness about sexual harassment, bullying and racism in the mining industry.
A new whitepaper highlights the importance of having a system safety approach towards autonomous mining as technological advancements continue to underwrite the mining industry.
Rio Tinto is one step closer to its autonomous goal at the Gudai-Darri mine in the Pilbara following a milestone in its partnership with WesTrac at the Technology Training Centre in Collie
Rio Tinto has taken its stand against sexual harassment, filing a submission to the Community Development and Justice Standing Committee’s Inquiry into Sexual Harassment Against Women in the FIFO Mining Industry.
Fly-in-fly-out workers will soon be able to get their COVID-19 vaccination at Perth Airport following an industry-first partnership between Rio Tinto and the Western Australia Government.
More than 80 organisations have submitted expressions of interest for the preliminary phase of the Charge On Innovation Challenge which aims to demonstrate an emerging market for charging solutions in mining.
Rio Tinto has reiterated its focus on the safety of its communities and people amid the latest wave of COVID-19 in certain parts of the world.
BHP has supported demands for more transparency with tailings storage facilities to ensure they are more safely and sustainably managed.
Epiroc has spearheaded a new project that encourages safety, electrification and automation of mining operations.
BHP, Rio Tinto and Vale have partnered with Austmine to deliver an electrification challenge for mining vehicles to push industry safety and sustainability.
Rio Tinto has updated its tailings facility management to promote the safer practices associated with the Global Industry Standard for Tailings Management (GISTM).
Rio Tinto has upped the ante of its COVID-19 testing at Perth Airport by introducing antigen screening on all company fly-in, fly-out workers travelling to and from mine sites.