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Blue murder at Wittenoom

With 60,000 people likely to die by 2030 from mining asbestos at Wittenoom, Ludwig Heinrich says many people should be tried for murder and their assets taken as proceeds of crime. My Mother, Stella...

Nominations open for Queensland Safe Work Awards

If you have a work safety success story, or know of an organisation or individual leading the way in work safety, The Queensland Safe Work Awards wants to hear from you! Presented by the Queensland...

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A Pain in the neck

A practical guide to preventing injuries on the mine site – from the NSW Mine Safety Advisory Council WHAT IS A MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDER (MSD)? MSD is an umbrella term for injuries and...

Roma to tackle safety with Mal Meninga over breakfast

Roma workers and employers are being invited to join rugby league legend and State of Origin Coach Mal Meninga at a special work health and safety event in Roma on Wednesday (30 April) – the...

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Forword – Benchmarking WHS culture & performance

Operating a modern mine in Australia requires people to work together cooperatively to drive safe and effective outcomes. This has a direct impact on an organisation’s ability to manage its...

Baby Be Mine – Kym Clark

The number of women in mining has been increasing exponentially over the past decade as the resources sector looks to address specific skills shortages. To cater to this new creed of worker, some...

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