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Mines Emergency Response Competition

The 2017 SA Mines Emergency Response Competition was held over the weekend of May 5-7, hosted at BHP Billiton’s Olympic Dam. The competition provided friendly rivalry for the six SA and NSW...

Towards 2020: Strategy for Resources Safety

Towards 2020 is the Department’s regulatory strategy covering all legislation administered by the Resources Safety Division. It is the first of a series of high-level three-year rolling strategies to...

managing height safety can be challenging. workers on roof

Townsville promotes safety and return to work

Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace today joined rehabilitation and return to work experts at the North Queensland Return to Work Conference and Expo in Townsville. Ms Grace said the conference...

#information session Health & Hygiene – WA mining

Do you want to know more about the Safety Regulation System Health & Hygiene Sampling system? Resources Safety is holding information sessions for the WA mining industry in Perth, Collie and...

$12m oil and gas training facility for WA

The first sod of soil has been turned on the $12 million second stage of an internationally recognised oil and gas training facility in Western Australia. Deputy Premier and Training and Workforce...

Professor Sidney Dekker

Q&A with Professor Sidney Dekker

SAFETY DIFFERENTLY Professor, author and pilot Sidney Dekker talks safety from 30,000ft, “overparenting” in the mining industry, and how one Australian mine has scrapped all safety procedures in a...

department of mines and petroleum charged Pilbara Iron Company following a workers death

Rio Tinto fined $70,000 over Pilbara fatality

A Rio Tinto subsidiary has been fined $70,000 after a fatality in 2011 in Western Australia’s Pilbara region. Department of Mines and Petroleum charged Pilbara Iron Company following the death...

Training Ombudsman to improve safety of Queenslanders

Attorney-General and Training and Skills Minister Yvette D’Ath said the government’s new Training Ombudsman is the only way to ensure Queensland has the best training in the country. Ms D’Ath spoke...

Rio Tinto seeks Health and Safety Principal Advisor

Rio Tinto have posted a vacant position on their website which may be suitable for safety experts in the mining industry. The company are seeking a Principal Advisor Health and Safety to ensure that...

Free Webinar On Return To Work Coordination

Free Webinar On Return To Work Coordination

A free webinar on return to work coordination will be conducted by the Queensland Workers Compensation Regulator in April. Anita Johnston, VAC Group Human Resources Manager and 2014 Return to Work...

Strzelecki Track

Infamous Strzelecki Track To Get Safety Upgrade

The infamous Strzelecki Track near Lyndhurst in South Australia will be getting a long overdue safety upgrade with the government committing $1.2 million to the project. The track, which links to the...