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Entries for safety awards closing soon

Organisers of the National Safety Council of Australia (NSCA) Safety Awards are making final calls for nominations before the 14th July closing deadline. Recognising achievement in Best Practice...

Qld miner sues Anglo for $1million

A former Central Queensland mine employee is attempting to sue Anglo Coal for more than $1 million over a dump truck incident at Dawson Mine that left him with severe back injuries. The Morning...

Safe Work Awards entries close 12 July

Queensland workers and employers have just a couple of weeks to enter their work health and safety systems and innovations into the 2013 Safe Work Awards. With three new categories, this year’s...

Claims Qld gasfield death was waiting to happen

Gasfield operator, Saxon Energy, has strenuously denied claims that poor safety standards led to the death of an employee at their Fairfield gasfield in southern Queensland on Sunday. An anonymous...

Midwest WA mines face safety crack-down

Western Australia’s resources safety watchdog has embarked on a major crack down targeting injuries and ‘near misses’ in the Midwest mining sector, following two serious incidents during the past...

Warning over fake high risk work licences

Western Australia’s resources safety regulator has sent a strong warning to mining companies over fake licences for ‘high risk’ work, after two Karratha mining workers mistakenly held fake...

Midwest WA mines face safety crack-down

Western Australia’s resources safety watchdog has embarked on a major crack down targeting injuries and ‘near misses’ in the Midwest mining sector, following two serious incidents during the past...