Roy Hill has taken steps to deliver dramatic safety improvement in crane operations by adopting a system that keeps people out of harm’s way.
Roy Hill is putting safety first at the Pilbara iron ore mine by signing a contract with Epiroc and ASI Mining to automate its mixed fleet of Hitachi and Cat haul trucks.
Roy Hill has supported research that guided the developed of technology to measure and assess the risk of musculoskeletal injuries (MSK) in resource industry workers, an injury that is most common and costly to manage.
Technology is embraced as a new way of mining as much as it is a new way of life. Safe to Work speaks with mining experts in Australia and Sweden to get a closer look on how it’s been integrated.
Leading miners BHP, Teck Resources and Roy Hill have helped drive a project to develop a guideline for automation systems that could help to improve safety in the mining workplace.
Roy Hill has introduced a new CAT simulator to its ROC-Ed Learning Centre in Perth. Caterpillar dealer WesTrac donated the simulator to Roy Hill’s ROC-Ed program, enabling students to immerse themselves in the experience of operating a large wheel loader. Roy Hill’s learning centre has been running since 2017 and is designed to support classroom … Continue reading Roy Hill and WesTrac support student learning with simulator
Roy Hill opened its $18.66 million single span bridge, which carries the Great Northern Highway over the Roy Hill rail line and leads into Port Hedland’s port in Western Australia, six months after construction began.
Roy Hill began automating their drills in April 2017, and since then has a fleet of nine drills that have been retrofitted with automation.
Safe To Work explains how Kal Tire has helped create a secure environment for tyre maintenance at the Roy Hill iron ore operation in the Pilbara. Ben Creagh writes.
Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines (KCGM), Rio Tinto and BHP Iron Ore are among the finalists for this year’s partnership award that is brought by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS).
Roy Hill has committed $18.66 million to building a single-span rail bridge that carries the Great Northern Highway over the Roy Hill rail line. The bridge will lead into Port Hedland’s port in Western Australia.
The annual Prospect Awards, a prestigious awards program that recognises the achievements and contributions of the mining and minerals processing industry in Australia, is back to welcome industry nominations.
Iron ore company Roy Hill has introduced the first dynamic, multiple Geofence package that has been interfaced to fixed and mobile asset elements within the boundaries of the coarse ore stockpile.