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21 miners trapped in flooded coal mine in china

21 miners trapped in flooded coal mine in China

Xinhua news has reported that eight miners have been rescued and 21 remain trapped in a flooded coal mine in Xinjiang, China. The accident occurred at 6:10 p.m. local time on Saturday (10th April...

A worker received an electric shock at metals processing

A worker has electric shock at metals processing

The NSW Resources Regulator has reported an electric shock incident occurred at meals processing. According to the report, a worker received an electric shock from a metal ring surrounding an...

WA prepare Tropical Cyclone Seroja is tracking parallel to the coast and will likely impact sections of the Pilbara and Midwest-Gascoyne regions over the coming week.

WA prepare for Tropical Cyclone Seroja

Western Australia is expecting intense wind, rain and possible flash flooding forecast for the west coast from Onslow to Perth this weekend and Monday. The first impacts to WA are expected on...

Worker walks behind operating loader

Worker walks behind operating loader

MinEX NZ has released a safety alert regarding a worker who walked behind the operating loader. According to the safety alert, a loader completed loading a truck with gravel, after which, the truck...

worker injured at Open cut coal mine

Fitter receives severe injury at open-cut coal mine

The NSW Resources Regulator has reported an incident where a mine fitter received severe injuries at an open cut coal mine. According to the report, a maintenance fitter received a severe laceration...

mobile jaw crusher

Worker injured during mobile jaw crusher maintenance

The NSW Resources Regulator has released investigation information regarding a worker who has injured by failed components during mobile jaw crusher maintenance at Buckaroo Mine. At about 8:30am on...

Ok Tedi mine resumes operations

Ok Tedi mine resumes operations

Ok Tedi Mining Limited (OTML) has announced that its mine operations will resume on Thursday 01st April 2021 after operations were suspended temporarily on 19th March 2021 following a surge in COVID...

Reducing 'fall-ish' workplace incidents

Reducing ‘fall-ish’ workplace incidents in SA

SafeWork SA is reminding businesses of the importance of preventing falls. Slips trips and falls are the second most common cause of all workplace injuries, after musculoskeletal disorders. In 2020...

Putting safety at the top of the Christmas list this holiday season

Victoria calls for workplace safety prioritisation

WorkSafe is calling on all Victorians to prioritise health and safety in the workplace following the tragic deaths of 65 workers in 2020. The toll was five less than the previous year when 70 people...