In the mining and resources industries, safety is an obvious priority, and every year there are brand new innovative products..
Dust Management – The importance of keeping dust under control in our mines A perspective from Dr Rob McCartney, Occupational Physician,..
The Government of Western Australia Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety has released Choosing the right mental health training for..
Note: The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety’s investigation is ongoing. The information contained in this significant incident report..
The department has developed an information sheet that summarises the amendments to the Dangerous Goods Safety (Explosives) Regulations 2007 and the..
Since January 26, 2017, there have been four miners fatally injured when performing work around conveyor belts in underground coal..
This supersedes Safety Bulletin 170 from the Queensland Government of the same name issued on April 3 2018. On average,..
What happened? Unauthorised coal mine workers (CMWs) have, on occasions, been found with gas monitor bypass keys they were not..
What happened? Incident 1: At a coal mine site two coal mine workers suffered electric shocks from an engine driven..
What happened? A supplier recently conducted laboratory testing on methane monitor sensors under various environmental conditions and calibration procedures which..