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Securing adequate cash flow

From exploration to planning to extraction, adequate cash flow is vital to the mining process. Sometimes, yields don’t come as quick as expected and funding for repairing plant or paying employee...

tyre safety management programs

Tyre maintenance & critical risks | Feature Interview

To get to the heart of what makes a great tyre safety program at a mine site,  AMSJ spoke with Greg Glennon, an experienced operations manager in the tyre industry. Greg recently spoke at last...

strata hazardavert proximity detection in underground coal mine

Strata’s HazardAvert system keeps safety on target

Of all the technology developed over mining’s history for safety, and even more specifically the safety of workers performing tasks around heavy machinery on an everyday basis, one of the most recent...

Sensemetrics IIoT sensor platforms

sensemetrics Inc. has announced the launch of the sensemetrics Global Strategic Alliance Member Programme. The launch of the new programme follows sensemetrics’ recent announcement regarding...

mine gas investigation metropolitan mine

Metropolitan Coal mine gas investigation continues

The NSW Resources Regulator will lead a causal investigation into a mine gas incident at Metropolitan Coal Mine, where workers were withdrawn from the underground coal mine after carbon dioxide and...

mining rehabilitation security deposit

Company fined $180K for failure to pay security deposit

The NSW Resources Regulator has welcomed a Court decision to convict and fine Abterra Australia Pty Ltd $180,000 for failing to comply with a legal obligation to pay an environmental rehabilitation...

Australian mining D11 working at Weipa in the Australian Mining Industry

Australian mining

Mining is a significant and important part of Australia’s economy. The Australian mining industry origins stem back to the early days of Australia’s settlement when first settlers...

advanced analytics in rock mining technology to improve safety

Advanced analytics | Sandvik, Rock Technology and IBM

Sandvik, Rock Technology and IBM have joined forces to provide a range of advanced analytics to the mining industry that will aim to improve safety, maintenance and productivity across the industry...

EWP basket fatal incident

Dyno Nobel cops $250K fine for EWP death at Telfer

Dyno Nobel Asia Pacific has been fined $250K and ordered to pay costs of around $30K after a guilty plea in the Perth Magistrates Court. The fine was related to the EWP death of 28-year-old Joshua...

robot refuellng system

Robo refuelling system may find use outside mining

A robofuel system used extensively in mining may soon improve safety in other industries. A robotic, automated refuelling station developed for mining industry use could one day find applications in...

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