ACARP or (Australian Coal Association Research Program) is mining research program that was established in Australia in 1992. It is owned and funded by all Australian black coal producers through a five cents per tonne levy paid on saleable coal. The programs aim to provide funding for research across a range of subject matter associated with the coal industry. You can read our archives on ACARP.

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Proximity detection systems framework on the table

With the global mining industry moving towards the legislated adoption of Proximity Detection Systems, they are becoming a critical control measure for improving safety in mobile mining equipment...

Blueprint for mental health in mining released

Last Friday the NSW Minerals Council released a Blueprint for Mental Health and Wellbeing, providing a high level guide to addressing the mental health and wellbeing of employees in the state’s...