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Inspector of Mines | Vacancy

The Queensland Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy are looking to fill a vacancy for an Inspector of Mines (Coal). Job details: The Inspector of Mines (Coal) will carry out the...

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Safety observations or safety intervention

Safety observations or safety interventions…we’re very hung up on language. Dave Whitefield shares his thoughts and challenges the notion of behavioural based safety….. WHAT’S IN A...

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Queensland forms mine safety partnership with India

The Queensland Government and the Government of India have signed a three-year memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop mine safety management plans. The MoU was approved last week by a union...

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Dozer rolls on side at NSW mine

In the week ending 4th January 2019, the NSW Resources Regulator recorded 73 reportable incidents. In one of this week’s near-miss events, a dozer rolls onto its side while operating on a coal...

Advice for Entering the Mining Industry

The mining industry is one which is fiercely competitive in this country, but it is also one which can be highly profitable if you are able to establish your company and create a strong reputation...

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Vacation work experience for safety students

Centennial Coal, a subsidiary of Asia’s largest independent Energy Group, Banpu Public Company Limited, is inviting expressions of interest for safety students undertaking an undergraduate...

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‘Sour grapes’ unfair dismissal | What not to do!

If you’re thinking about an unfair dismissal claim to seek revenge or inflict damage on your employer, you should think twice. A recent decision by the Fair Work Commission has resulted in...

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Safety professionals “not influential”

Research into how companies seek to achieve safety objectives revealed that many may be failing because safety professionals are not engaged at a strategic level. Back in 2015, the Safety Institute...

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Augmented reality may transform mining safety

A leading consulting company has confirmed that many larger global organisations will be using augmented reality (A/R) and Virtual Reality (V/R) within three years to improve productivity and work...

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Mining hazard identification challenge

How good are you at identifying a mining hazard? Mining safety researchers from the USA based National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health have developed an online assessment to test your...

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