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Workplace Health & Safety Show returns in 2021

Trusted industry trailblazers and game-changing newcomers will unite at Workplace Health & Safety Show 2021, sharing the latest news and research, and showcasing the cutting edge technology...

Syama Mine

Fully wireless blasting system starts at Syama mine

Today marks a significant milestone for the Resolute and Orica partnership with the commencement of production blasting at the Syama mine in Mali using WebGen™, the world’s first fully wireless...

Cat MD6310 Drill

Cat MD6310 Semi-Autonomous Drill into fleet

With 43 years of expert drilling behind them, the team from Coldwell Drilling Co have recently introduced the Next Generation Cat® MD6310 Semi-Autonomous Drill into their fleet. Innovating alongside...

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Put a stop to workplace violence

WorkSafe Victoria is launching a new campaign highlighting the need for employers and the community to come together to stamp out violence in the workplace. Work-related violence has a devastating...

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Worker traps leg between two steel beams

The NSW Resources Regulator has reported an incident that occurred at an underground coal mine. According to the report, a worker sustained a broken tibia when his leg was trapped between two steel...

Certain Caterpillar link brackets

Caterpillar link brackets | potential risk of injury

Caterpillar Hastings Deering has released an equipment safety bulletin regarding the potential risk of personal injury and/or property damage due to a failure of affected link brackets. Certain...

Donald Rabbitt

Coronado faces charges over Donald Rabbit’s death

Coronado Global Resources’ Curragh mine in the Emerald Magistrates Court, Queensland has been charged over the death of Thiess employee Donald Rabbitt on January 12 2020. Mr Rabbitt,  33 years...

Mining Truck

Driving down fall-ish behaviour from vehicles

Falls from heights cause serious injuries. Data from SafeWork SA in 2020 identified that falls from trucks resulted in 18 serious injuries. Falls from height remain a high risk in Australian...