Australasian Mine Safety Journal traffic has increased substantially in the wake of COVID-19 and the publication is now the most read, most relevant and up to date news and information regarding mining safety across the Asia Pacific. We’re keeping more miners safer at work each and every day.
Reader traffic on the Australasian Mine Safety Journal website topped more than 50,000 last week. The organisation has experienced unprecedented growth on its Facebook platform with more than 350,000 engagements from its 46000 followers in the past month alone.
AMSJ reaches a range of readers across the mining industry informing and engaging personnel from mine workers to Senior Executives. It’s a unique forum for engagement about key mining safety issues facing the industry.
The Mining Safety Journal recently became a Diamond Sponsor of the Australian Institute of Health & Safety (AIHS) in a move to further strengthen its content and support improved technical understanding of the wider occupational health & safety issues in the mining industry.
Australasian Mine Safety Journal (AMSJ) in the midst of COVID-19, will continue to provide highly relevant content in support of improving mining safety across the industry. The journal will continue to tackle the ‘tough safety issues’ the most B2B publishers avoid as well as provide highlight relevant information on the latest products and services in the world of mining.
APRS Media Managing Director Garth Wright said “We are 100% committed to supporting our readership and our advertisers through this tough time. We have opened up a range of pro-bono advertising opportunities for small business that will help them across the bridge to the future. Mining is an essential industry and we will continue to support it as we have for more than 15 years.”
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