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Heat stress the cause of WA miner death

The death of a WA miner, Adam Perttula in November 2015 was linked to heat stress, according to prosecution and a significant incident report released by the Department of Mines and Petroleum. The 28...

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Mining safety journal traffic soars

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...

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Maternity Workwear | Empowering Women in mining

The number of women in mining has been increasing exponentially over the past decade as the resources sector looks to address specific skills shortages. Maternity workwear is a growing trend and one...

New FIFO law benefits regional communities

The Palaszczuk Government yesterday delivered on its election commitment to legislate against 100 per cent fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workforces on large resource projects near regional communities...

One dead after NSW coal truck collision

A man was killed after a fatal accident near Appin Colliery on Wednesday morning. A coal truck and car collided just before 4.30am on Appin Road, according to police. Emergency services attended the...

BLOG: Rules – Who Needs Them?

By Craig Marriot My grandfather was a Military Policeman in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. My father was a Royal Marine. I remember as a child seeing a clipping of an old article in...

Five injuries, high gas readings, at NSW mines last week

The New South Wales Mine Safety Weekly Incident Summary, released on January 20, revealed 43 total reportable incidents and five injuries. Of the 43 incidents, 36 were Level 1 and seven were Level 2...

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