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DANGEROUS INCIDENT REPORT

Summary: An alarm was activated on the dashboard of a new truck on a mine site. A worker parked the truck and proceeded to notify the supervisor. A fitter of an oncoming shift went to check out the...

dangerous incident

DANGEROUS INCIDENT REPORT

Summary: A worker was greasing a front-end loader from a mobile service truck when the hose failed. The worker was not injured but was about 0.5 m from the point of hose failure at the time it failed...

dangerous incident

DANGEROUS INCIDENT REPORT

DANGEROUS INCIDENT Summary: A water truck was descending a haul road when the truck travelled from a wet section of the road to a dry section. The truck hit a bump in the road and the driver braked...

Dangerous Incident Reports

Dangerous incident | SInNot 2018/00147 Summary: While joining rods in the process of diamond drilling in an underground metalliferous mine, a flame came out of the hole. The flame was immediately...

Serious Accident Alert

Surface – Basalt – On December 11, 2017, miners were preparing for a shot. The miners were positioned about 130 yards from the face. One miner was standing between a pickup truck and an...

Safety Alert: Mobile phone use contributes to injury

Situational Awareness – Conscious Overload 7 +/- 2 ACCIDENT/ INCIDENT DETAILS An operator tripped, fell and sustained a fractured elbow. At the time of the incident, he was in the process of exiting...

Serious injury report

Summary: A 25-tonne crane was parked four metres from a materials chute above a material feeder onto a conveyor belt. A worker was in the chute, about to carry out a welding job. The crane did not...

ACA corrosion mitigation training—beat the rust

Infrastructure owners and managers need to have an asset base that is safe and reliable, while maintaining acceptable levels of service for the duration of the expected life of the asset.

Safety alert regarding self-rescue respirators

Do you use a chemical oxygen self-contained self-rescue respirator? Transporters of placard loads of toxic gases are required by the Australian Dangerous Goods Code (ADG7.5) to provide drivers with...

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