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fatality conviction

Resources Regulator welcomes fatality conviction

The NSW Resources Regulator has welcomed the $70,000 fine and conviction of Mr Tony Glenn Cummings for an incident that resulted in the death of a worker at Mineral Claim 44507 in the Mulga Rush Opal...

springvale underground coal mine

Springvale coal enforceable undertaking valued at $540K

Springvale Coal has had an enforceable undertaking approved with the NSW Mine Safety Regulator that will total more than $540K worth of mine safety improvements plus a range of community initiatives...

New diesel workplace exposure standard

New diesel workplace exposure standard starts

The Western Australia Government has made an important change to the workplace exposure standards for diesel particulate matter (DPM) that applies to all Western Australian mining operations...

illegal fossicking

Drone technology used to target illegal fossicking

The NSW Resources Regulator has teamed up with the National Parks and Wildlife Service to target illegal fossicking in the Torrington State Conservation Area. Resources Regulator’s Director of...

WHS laws

Deputy Premier of NSW reports on review of WHS laws

The report on the statutory review of the Work Health and Safety (Mines and Petroleum Sites) Act 2013 and Work Health and Safety (Mines and Petroleum Sites) Regulation 2014 (WHS (MPS) laws) was...

Scott Stewart Queensland Resources Minister

Palaszczuk appoints new Resources Minister

The Queensland Palaszczuk Labor Government has appointed a new Minister to head up the resources sector (incorporating Resources Safety and Health) in the State. Labor stalwart, Scott Stewart...

The NT Government has moved to introduce industrial manslaughter laws

Model work health and safety laws finally coming to WA

After lengthy and intense debate, the Work Health and Safety Bill 2019 (WA) (WHS Bill) was passed by the Western Australian Parliament, on 3 November 2020. It is anticipated the WHS Bill will receive...

Work Health and Safety Bill passes Upper House

After nearly four weeks of debate, the Government of Western Australia’s Work Health and Safety (WHS) Bill passed the Legislative Council on 21st October. It will now be sent to the Legislative...

new Hope miners

Corporate jobs to fall at New Hope

New Hope Corporation has confirmed it will cut corporate jobs with up to 90 of the company’s head office positions to be offered voluntary redundancies. The move comes after the company has...