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autonomous trucks collide in wet weather

Autonomous mining trucks collide at Jimblebar

BHP has confirmed that two autonomous mining trucks collided at the Jimblebar mine on Saturday evening at around 11.pm. A spokesperson for BHP confirmed that the autonomous truck incident occurred as...

proximity detection mining vehicles

Proximity detection systems framework on the table

With the global mining industry moving towards the legislated adoption of Proximity Detection Systems, they are becoming a critical control measure for improving safety in mobile mining equipment...

dangerous incident when crane rolls on ramp at nsw coal mine

50 tonne crane rolls on ramp

In a dangerous incident this week a 50-tonne crane rolled on a ramp at NSW mine after losing its’ brakes. The NSW Resources Regulator has reported that a 50-tonne slew crane rolled while...

grader operator killed in underground collision

Grader operator killed in underground collision

BREAKING NEWS: A grader operator has been killed following a collision with a personnel carrier at Anglo American’s Moranbah North underground. AMSJ understands that a grader and a personnel...

Digger high potential incident at BMA caval Ridge

Another BMA Digger High Potential Incident

AMSJ have received unofficial reports of another BMA Digger ‘high potential incident’ in this past week at its Caval Ridge site 17 km south of Moranbah. AMSJ believes that the Caterpillar...

telehandler merlo rollover

Merlo rollover at NSW mine during dragline cable move

The NSW Resources Regulator has reported a Merlo rollover dangerous incident. According to the latest report, the experienced operator was undertaking work moving a dragline cable using a Merlo 2448...

cyber attacks transport and logistics

Transport sector warned about risks from cyber attacks

Cyber attacks are very real and an insurance giant has warned the transport sector regarding automation risks. Transport and logistics businesses must address risks that come with increased use of...