Working in the mining sector obviously comes with risks, however not all the risks are directly linked to the physical..
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In mining almost every process involves using or creating a chemical hazard of some sort. If you know what chemicals..
Looking after Queenslanders injured on the job, plus their rehabilitation and safe return to work, are priorities for not only..
Heading out into the workforce as a teenager just finished school, you probably didn’t have a great deal of knowledge..
Anyone who does hard physical work is directly affected by what they eat. Your strength and energy are directly related..
A recent Herald Sun article highlighted the importance of redirecting non-emergency Triple Zero calls so that emergency services can focus..
Whole body vibration (WBV) is a physical hazard that occurs in mining workers that work with heavy machinery. For many..
Because of the remote locations of most mine sites, it makes it very difficult to drive home after work, and..
If you work in, or are about to start work in the coal mining sector, one very important health risk..
When it comes down to being onsite for long shifts, one thing that can really make or break your day..