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Australia is the world’s leading country in mine safety practice. As one of the world’s largest export miners, Australian mines have evolved to become the safest in the world. Mine safety in Australia is characterised by a worker-management consultative approach, hazard identification and risk reduction. Mine safety in Australia has contributed to improvement in a range of developing nations including India, China, PNG, Turkey and parts of South America.

World Mental Health Day

Today marks World Mental Health Day, a day created to shed a more positive light on mental health and to address the fact that one in five Australian are affected by mental illness.   We sat...

Mining Safety – Common Dangers To Protect Yourself

Guest post by Drew Bishop Living in today’s modern time has been a blessing in more ways than one. Technology is currently ruling society to the highest degree, but there are a number of...

Kal Tire Wins Top Award at Electra Mining Africa 2018

Day two of Electra Mining Africa focused on the launch of new technology and innovations at the show. More than 60 products were reviewed across three categories. Kal Tire’s Gravity Assist System...

HAVE YOUR SAY ON THE FIFO CODE

An updated draft code of practice to help promote and maintain the mental health of FIFO workers in Western Australia has been released and residents of the state are being asked for the opinions...

Importance of Deep Level Mine Safety

Safety is imperative in every mining situation. However, the need for safety for deep level mining is on a whole different level. Deep level mining requires a deeper dig, in search of minerals. It’s...