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Queensland forms mine safety partnership with India

The Queensland Government and the Government of India have signed a three-year memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop mine safety management plans. The MoU was approved last week by a union...

Simtars in India

Queensland Government’s Simtars launches into India

The Indian Government and Prime Minister Narendra Modhi have given approval to the cabinet for the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the Queensland Government’s Safety in Mines...

Jobs may go at Leightons after major review announced

Employees of Leightons could soon find themselves out of work, with Leighton’s majority shareholder, Hochtief, announcing an extensive review that was likely to lead to job losses throughout...

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Safety News – Around the World – February 2014

1 UNITED STATES A recent analysis of surveillance data collected by the US Mine Safety and Health Administration on 157,410 employees and contractors who worked at underground or surface mines...

Around the world

1 SOUTH AMERICA While it would seem odd to expect high blood lead levels in a remote area of the Peruvian Amazon, that is the case. The metal is valuable there, since it is easily moulded to make...

Shredding light on the mine site

Proper design of haul road lighting systems is essential to the efficient and safe operation of an open cut mine writes Nitai Pal, S.Vamsi Krishna and Pradip Kumar Sadhu. At a surface mine covering...

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