Musculosketal injuries are still the main trigger for compensation claims in the mining sector however psychological claims are on the..
Two men are lucky to be alive after a 2kg eyebolt dislodged from a passing truck, smashed through their vehicle’s..
The NSW Parliament has passed the Work Health and Safety (Mines) Act 2013 .The Act was assented on 1 July..
10 July 2013: Unions are concerned safety could suffer due to BHPs recent decision to replace the Queensland Ambulance Service..
9 July 2013 Mine workers in remote Australia will now have the peace of mind that their handheld satellite phones..
Organisers of the National Safety Council of Australia (NSCA) Safety Awards are making final calls for nominations before the 14th..
A former Central Queensland mine employee is attempting to sue Anglo Coal for more than $1 million over a dump..
Responding to industry stakeholder concerns about the significant costs and practical difficulties associated with fitting protective structures to certain kinds..
New legislation that changes the definition of a worker for workers’ compensation purposes has been passed in the Queensland Parliament…
Queensland workers and employers have just a couple of weeks to enter their work health and safety systems and innovations..