South32 has extended its practice of reporting fatalities in locations outside of its control.
New global tailings standard highlights need for improved monitoring, governance and reporting solution
The launch of the new global standard on tailings management has highlighted the urgent need for a TSF monitoring, governance and reporting solution.
A large portion of mining, oil and gas companies typically follow the status quo when it comes to rehabilitation and closure monitoring. Cloud-based platform company Decipher, is encouraging miners to look beyond the conventional methods and consider new innovative approaches.
The International Council on Mining and Minerals (ICMM) and the United Nations (UN) have highlighted the importance of greater consultation as a key to managing mine tailings safely.
Rio Tinto has suspended the Kennecott copper operations near Salt Lake City, Utah in the United States after a 5.7-magnitude earthquake hit close to the town of Magna.
Norway-based GRID-Arendal has released the world’s first publicly accessible database of mine tailings storage facilities, backed by more than $US13 trillion ($19 trillion) of funds under management.
International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) is seeking public advice on the international standard for tailings management.
Drone technology is affecting the global metals and mining industry, with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) increasing in popularity in recent years.
The mining and metals industry has not succeeded in having a fatality-free year, International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) manager of health and safety Mark Holmes warns.
Australia’s minerals industry has committed to the safe and responsible management of tailings storage facilities through the release of the Australian Mining Tailings Communique.
Global mining companies have responded to requests to give greater disclosure of details relating to their tailings storage facilities (TSFs).
Recent high-profile tailings dam failures are threatening the mining industry’s control of its destiny, according to the director of the geotechnical engineering centre at the University of Queensland, David Williams.
Newcrest Mining has received the final report from the Independent Technical Review Board (ITRB) following the tailings dam embankment slump at its Cadia gold operation in New South Wales last year.
The mining industry suffered a shock when the Brumadinho tailings disaster occurred in Brazil in January. Safe to Work examines the response so far.
The NSW Regulator points to the many risks involved in the operation of conveyors, instability or failure of tailing dams and on the roads and other vehicle operating areas at quarries.