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Byron Bay is about 30 minutes south of Cabarita and for thousands of years it was a place where Aboriginal people came to swap stories, find brides and husbands and trade goods. What used to be a sleepy little seaside town has now become a mecca for...

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Exposure & Control of Noise

By Peter Knott (MAIOH COH), Anthony Bamford (MAIOH), Hannes Steyn ~ GCG Health Safety Hygiene We live in a noisy world of traffic, urbanisation, machinery, electronic devices and recreational...

Nimbin, Ballina, Lismore

Heading down the coast from Byron Bay, stop off at the little seaside village of Lennox Head. If you’re a keen surfer, you’ll have definitely heard of Lennox Head as it is a mecca among surfers and...

New Safety Benchmarks Set To Enhance Productivity

Mining operations have emergency response teams to ensure incidents with the potential to threaten lives and assets are responded to. These emergency response teams often assist with nearby emergency...

ALERT: Subcontractor buried under gravel

A worker had a fortunate escape after being buried in gravel tipped from a truck at an East Tamaki, Auckland, work site this morning. It is understood the man, a subcontractor, became trapped under a...

ALERT: Tipper ram breaks hitting truck cabin

A sub-contractor was tipping a load of waste product from recent storm damaged roads, when the load shifted putting extreme pressure on the single lift ram. The ram broke and hit the truck cabin...

RUOK? trucks into local mine

A 50 tonne mining truck has been transformed into a symbol for mental health awareness at New Hope Group’s Jeebropilly Mine near Rosewood, Ipswich. The mine service truck is the coal mine’s most...

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