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Mount Arthur mine

75 per cent of coal workers will be axed says report

Services of nearly all fossil fuel employees will no longer be required, new data predicted. An estimated 990,200 coal workers will be out of a job sometime before the year 2050. This is the key...

Appin Coal Colliery

Coal producer lifts salaries after employees complain

A mining multinational improved remuneration following negative feedback from workers. South32 recently increased employee salaries at its Illawarra Metallurgical Coal (IMC) operations. “A new...

Lady Loretta mine

Qld mine workers receive $50M after proponent exits

Resources employees affected by an operational shutdown will be eligible for government assistance. The Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning recently...

Cirlock valve lockout main

Valve Lockouts

Valve Lockout Devices are used to close off many kinds of pressured valves to ensure that the machinery remains switched off while workers carry out maintenance work. Cirlock have a full range of...

BHP mine worker

Resources multinational scraps labour hire deal

A mining giant returned its new outsourcing agreement to the drawing board. BHP recently withdrew its bid to approve a new enterprise agreement covering some labour hire workers. “BHP’s...

underground mine cooling solutions

Aggreko Advises Miners to Brace for Warmer Seasons

As the Australian summer approaches, a prominent figure in underground mine cooling emphasises the importance of early preparation, especially in the face of persistent manufacturing, workforce, and...