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.
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
Nexxis have emerged with their new Magneto-EX robot, a dexterous new device that can complete area inspections in spaces where humans shouldn’t go.
Conveyor belt company Fenner Dunlop has recorded 365 days injury free at its West Footscray manufacturing plant.
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
Nivek Industries has taken the safety and manoeuvrability capabilities of its LA-40 arm a step further with the Hytorc attachment tool, which can be mounted directly on the LA-40 arm to support the hydraulically driven tools in almost any orientation.
Each year, Resources Safety and Health Queensland conducts a simulated emergency exercise at one of the state’s mines. Queensland chief inspector of coal mines Peter Newman reviews the learnings from the simulation at Anglo American’s Moranbah North mine in 2020.
The New South Wales Resources Regulator has encouraged mine operators to ensure their traffic control devices work correctly after a watercart lost control at a mine site.
Driver fatigue is one of the most dangerous risks to worker safety on our roads. Liebherr-Australia’s Brandon Robinson-Smith tells Safe to Work about how he turned a life-changing experience into an inspiring lesson for the mining industry.
Komatsu has unveiled the WA900-8R mining loader which features obstacle detection and automation technology for safer operations.
The NSW Resources Regulator has recommended further maintenance and testing of remote isolation systems, following a dangerous incident at an underground coal mine.
CardioScan’s services and technology are enabling remote mining operations to access state-of-the-art cardiology solutions.
Sepura’s AutoMate application uses enhanced features to keep workers in constant contact and improve on-site safety and operations in the workplace.
Mideco has always specialised in the design and manufacture of dust suppressing devices.
There are many workers who still put their lives or health at risk in their daily work by not using lockout systems or devices.
WorkSafe Victoria has announced a $2 million round of grants for workplace safety and education projects to encourage further initiatives to protect workers.
The New South Wales Resources Regulator has released its findings for a fatal incident at the Snapper mineral sands mine in August 2019.
Nivek Industries now offers the Hytorc attachment tool for Hytorc’s hydraulic bolting tools, enabling safer maintenance while keeping workers’ hands out of the line of fire.
Fire Forensics has a reputation as a capable team of fire and explosion investigators in Australia and globally, with a job at a major coal mine in Mozambique opening a can of worms that the company was determined to solve.
EnergyAustralia has discharged water from the Yallourn coal mine to free up rainwater storage on site after cracks appeared at the operation’s Morwell River Diversion last month.