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real time dust monitoring equipment for hazardous environments

A new generation of real time dust monitoring has been designed to significantly improve the accuracy of data being collected, and mine worker safety in hazardous environments. Trolex stated that unlike existing dust monitoring on the market, which...

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dozer buried in stockpile

Dozer buried in a stockpile | Mining Incident

In a reported incident this week a dozer operating on a stockpile encountered a void that resulted in the dozer buried in a stockpile. The NSW Resources Regulator has confirmed that  “While...

renewable energy microgrids

Renewable Energy Microgrids at Gold Fields Granny Smith

SPONSORED Gold Fields’ Granny Smith gold mine is set to install one of the world’s largest renewable energy microgrids powered by more than 20,000 solar panels and backed up by a 2MW /1MWh battery...

Return on Investment is what buyers want

Quantifiable return on investment (ROI) is at the top of factors impacting mining customer experience and technology investment decisions. Immersive Technologies surveyed over 100 senior mining...

the brumadinho tragedy has resulted in removal of vale from corporate human rights benchmark

Vale removed from human rights benchmark

Vale has been officially removed from the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark following the Brumadinho tailings dam collapse. It had previously ranked in 6th place. “The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark...

industrial manslaughter proposed in Victoria

Minerals Council caution on industrial manslaughter

The Minerals Council of Australia has cautioned the Victorian Government on its’ proposed industrial manslaughter laws saying that the new laws will give rise to unintended consequences which...

heavy vehicle maintainers

Heavy vehicle maintainers skillsets to change

When it comes to heavy vehicle maintainers, there’s an emerging need for mining companies to focus a range of skills on maintenance of autonomous vehicle systems. With autonomous vehicles now...

flyrock incident at NSW quarry

Flyrock incident damages vehicles during blast

The NSW Resources regulator has released details of a flyrock incident that occurred at a NSW quarry last year where flyrock from overburden blast struck three light vehicles in an exclusion zone...

excavator fall from bench WA Lithium mine

Excavator falls from bench at WA mine

In another high potential mining incident this last week, an excavator falls from bench was captured on video from a haul truck at a Western Australian mine. According to information supplied to...

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