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Anglo American Grosvenor Mine

Mine re-entry process commences at Grosvenor

Today (22 April 2021) a team from Grosvenor Mine commenced a re-entry process to the underground workings of the mine, following approval from Resources Safety & Health Queensland (RSHQ). CEO of...

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Coal mine inquiry explores catalyst for explosion

A Queensland Coal mining inquiry into the gas explosion at the Anglo-American Grosvenor Coal mine has heard of concerns associated with the use of polyurethane resins (PUR) as a potential ignition...

Queensland coal board of inquiry

Grosvenor mine inquiry accused of an official cover-up

An international organisation of socialist parties has accused the Queensland Government and the CFMEU of a cover-up on the Grosvenor mine inquiry. The long-awaited inquiry into the Grosvenor Gas...

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Board of inquiry report…yawn

OPINION If you’re looking for inspiration on improving the safety in Queensland underground coal mines, you won’t find it in the preliminary report by the Queensland Board of Inquiry...

Queensland coal mining board of inquiry

Queensland Coal Mining Board of Inquiry Update

Earlier this week the Queensland Coal Mining Board of Inquiry Members and Counsel Assisting visited the surface facilities and installations at Grosvenor mine, and visited the longwall and...

Queensland coal mining board of inquiry

Expert evidence sought by the Board of Inquiry

Expert evidence for the Queensland Board of Inquiry into the Grosvenor mine explosion will be available at a future date. In the Media Statement of 11 September 2020, the Chairperson, Mr Terry Martin...

Certificates of Competence processing and exam scheduling delays

Grosvenor inquiry findings delayed

The Board of Inquiry findings into the Grosvenor mine accident have been delayed until 2021 due to legal considerations. In a statement released today by the Queensland Board of Inquiry, Board...

Queensland coal mining board of inquiry

Glaring problems in Queensland Coal Mine Inquiry

Member for Burdekin and Shadow Minister for Natural Resources and Mines, Dale Last, has called on Mines Minister, Anthony Lynham, to take immediate action on glaring problems highlighted during the...

Stuart Vaccaneo

Former industry safety & health rep speaks out

A former mining Industry Safety & Health Rep (ISHR) has spoken out after his evidence being rejected by the Queensland Coal Mines Inquiry. Stuart Vaccaneo said in an exclusive interview with...

AMSJ April 2022