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Category - EMERGING ISSUES IN MINING SAFETY

Covers emerging issues in mining health and safety

digital supply chain security

Digital supply chain security

Nobody wants to be known as the weak link in the chain — any chain. But too many organisations are at risk of being just that in the digital supply chain because they haven’t made the cyber security...

UniPrint Take 5 Safety Books

Make Safety Easy With UniPrint Take 5 Safety Books

For over 10 years, UniPrint are Australia’s leading supplier of Safety Books. With endorsement from the Master Plumbers Association, our Take 5 Safety Books meet legislative requirements and make it...

Blackwoods workwear can support women in industry

How workwear can support women in industry

As Australia’s largest supplier of MRO, industrial and safety products, Blackwoods is proud to be a business at the forefront of supporting women in the workforce. We continue to work with our...

Liebherr Mining excavator

Liebherr mining establishes a simulation agreement

Liebherr Mining and ThoroughTec Simulation have signed a world-wide cooperation agreement that will provide Liebherr customers with access to the world’s most advanced operator training simulators...

remote operating centres in mining

The Rise of Remote Operating Centres in mining

The spread of COVID-19 has seen many organisations globally embrace ‘remote work’ as a way of keeping personnel safe during these unprecedented times. Automation and Remote Operating Centres (ROC)...

IOT SKILLS SHORTAGES

Mining expected to speed up investment in IoT

New research from Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, has found that mining businesses expect to invest a considerable portion of their IT budgets into the Internet...

Dr Tinh Doan

New super sensors to improve mine safety

A University of Southern Queensland researcher has developed a new range of tough silicon carbide super sensors which that will enable early detection of mechanical issues in harsh environments...