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Mining giant accused of inflicting brain damage

A multinational resources company was sued for allegedly damaging a vital human organ in northwest Queensland. Glencore is defending Brisbane ­Supreme Court allegations that a toddler developed brain...

WorkSafe Victoria half-year results

Victoria’s workers compensation scheme remains financially sound with returns for the six months to 31 December 2020 in line with expectations. Australian Workers’ Compensation Statistics 2018...

Workers’ Compensation & COVID-19

Can I get COMPO for COVID-19? PUBLISHED / AMSJ AUTUMN 2020 Many workers, particularly those in medical professions are concerned around the worker’s compensation issues of catching COVID-19 at work...

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BMA restarts Saraji operations after the tragic incident

BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) has slowly resumed its operations at the Saraji coal mine in the Bowen Basin, Queensland following a tragic incident last week. A 49 year-old dozer and dragline...

Moranbah miner assaulted in sleep to claim compo

A man who was beaten in his sleep at a Moranbah mining camp has been given the go-ahead to apply for compensation. The Industrial Court of Queensland dismissed an appeal by Mackay employer Civeo Pty...

AMSJ April 2022