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Resources Sector COVID-19

Resources sector launch COVID-19 campaign

A new publicity campaign launched by Resources Sector councils will focus on the rsources sector’s commitment to stopping the spread of COVID-19. A joint national television and digital...

PPE in a post covid-19 world

New PPE for a post-COVID-19 world

We are always on the lookout for new innovations in PPE but this new Personal Protective Suit may have just gone far beyond our wildest expectations. A design company has developed models for...

bioenergy

Hope for billion dollar bio-economy to bloom

National Bioenergy Roadmap the pathway to a resilient Australia Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor announced with the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) that...

FIFO worker pleads not guilty of murder at mine

Western Australian FIFO worker Troy Hausler has pleaded not guilty of the murder of Toby Richter at the Pilbara Minerals’ Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum mine site. Troy Adam Hausler, 30 of...

Peabody Energy

Peabody difficulties continuing

Peabody Energy (NYSE: BTU) overnight announced its first-quarter 2020 operating results. The company highlighted a downturn in revenues to USD $846.2 million compared to USD $1.25 Billion in the...

Warning issued on hand sanitisers

A mining regulator has issued a warning regarding the inherent safety risks of hand sanitisers including the potential ignition of vapours from hand sanitisers from light switches and electrical...

Cirlock supporting #makingitforQLD Campaign

A Sunshine Coast Manufacturer is supporting the COVID-19 innovation efforts through the creation of a range of Covid-19 Safety Signs. The coronavirus crisis has thrown the spotlight on...

Kaeser Compressors

Kaeser Compressors innovates during social distancing

As social distancing becomes the new norm for the foreseeable, Kaeser Compressors has launched two new initiatives – Contactless Service and the Compressed Air Assessment 4.0. Both initiatives...

rib fall at a US Kentucky mine kills miner

Miners receive serious injuries in rib fall

Two underground mineworkers at a US-based Arch Coal operation received serious injuries following a rib fall at a West Virginian mine last Tuesday. Officials say that the mineworkers received serious...