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#information session Health & Hygiene – WA mining

Do you want to know more about the Safety Regulation System Health & Hygiene Sampling system? Resources Safety is holding information sessions for the WA mining industry in Perth, Collie and...

Minesafe International 2017

The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) is re-establishing the popular Minesafe International conference series in conjunction with the Chamber of Minerals and Energy and the...

World Day for Safety & Health At Work

28 April 2017 celebrates World Day for Safety and Health at Work. This year, the annual international campaign hosted by the International Labour Organisation (ILO), promotes the prevention of...

Tips for staying safe

Article: elebia.com Mines can be hazardous environments and the possibility of fire, flood, explosion and collapse has the potential to simultaneously affect a large number of people. Employers and...

5 hazards in the mining industry

If you work in the mining industry, you’re no doubt aware of the challenges and health risks associated, but we thought we’d help you out with further information. Coal dust – if you spend a...

X-ray tender critical in fighting black lung

Australian radiologists are being sought to double-check Queensland coal miners’ X-rays in the latest in the suite of Palaszczuk Government measures to tackle the re-emergence of black lung disease...

South African complaint for Australia’s ECA

A community in South Africa has lodged a complaint with Australia’s Export Credit Agency (Efic), demanding the government organisation refuse a proposal to fund a new coal mine in South Africa. The...

Stronger health protections for coal workers

*source Qld Government Mining Journal Improvements continue to be made to the Queensland Coal Mine Workers’ Health Scheme in response to the recommendations made in the independent Monash University...

Saxon Energy fined for work safety breach

A company has been convicted and fined over an incident in which two workers were injured on a drilling rig platform. This is Saxon Energy Services Australia’s first work health and safety offence...

App Changes How We Monitor Mental Health

Researchers found that an experimental mobile app from Posit Science can monitor mental health in ways that are both comparable and superior to current methods, according to a study just published...

Rail industries on track for Rail R U OK? Day

Australian and New Zealand rail industries will celebrate the third annual, Rail R U OK? Day Thursday 20 April, with celebrations taking place across Australasia. With rail workers sometimes exposed...

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