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Incident | Truck rolled away

The NSW Resources Regulator has published a truck incident in an open cut mine. According to the report, a truck was on the workshop deadline for a defect repair. After parking the truck, the...

ProcessIQ win Mets Ignited award

USA Innovators recognised for mine safety initiatives

The US-based work safety Institute, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is recognizing two companies as this year’s Mine Safety and Health Technology Innovations...

Adding an extra layer of safety with OAS & CAS Analytics

Heavy traffic, large machinery and dangerous environments make safety a constant challenge at a mine. Hexagon, a global leader in sensor, software and autonomous solutions, knows the risks its mining...

Haul trucks collide at BMA Saraji

A serious collision between two haul trucks on ANZAC Day at the BMA Saraji mine is currently under investigation by the Queensland Mining Safety Regulator. A Caterpillar 793 reportedly being operated...

Nose to tail collision of haul truck

Nose to tail haul truck collision

The NSW Mine Safety Regulator has advised of a nose to tail haul truck collision at New South Wales mine. The incident reportedly involved two haul trucks colliding at an open-cut coal mine. The...

blind spot system improves operator field of view

Blind spot reduction solution

A US-based teenager has developed a unique blind spot reduction system that may have application in reducing pillar blind spots and improving operator field of view in mining vehicles. 14-year-old...

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Whitehaven Maules Creek ‘mauling’ by regulator

The Whitehaven Maules Creek mine has come under fire over its management of light vehicles and collision avoidance after a dozer reversed over an unoccupied light vehicle this past week. Inspectors...

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