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Mine safety is a broad term referring to the practice of controlling and managing a wide range of hazards associated with the life cycle of mining-related activities. Mine safety practice involves the implementation of recognised hazard controls and/or reduction of risks associated with mining activities to legally, socially and morally acceptable levels.

Australasian Mine Safety Journal provides the latest information, news, research, case studies on the various aspects of mine safety including:

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Drager Quick Fill

Quick Fill breathing air for a rapid response

In extended time-critical situations, such as rescue or escape with breathing apparatus, there needs to be a plan to efficiently manage the availability of breathing air. At Dräger, we are constantly...

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Comfort is the key to compliance

A worker’s hands are their most valuable asset and should be protected to the greatest extent. When it comes to hand protection at work it is important to choose the right glove for the job. Job...

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The Perfect Crew Boot

Blundstone Release the #243 – A Boot for the Master and the Apprentice Blundstone’s commitment to providing new designs that cater to all crew members has arrived with the launch of the #243 ‘crew...

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Smart asset management – Dräger Rental Robot

Improving operational processes whilst controlling asset compliance. Want to know where your electrical equipment is? Want to keep track of your equipment going underground? To achieve smart...

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RPEQs and the mining sector

By Andrew SeccombeChairperson of the Board of Professional Engineers of QueenslandTechnical Manager, Blackrock Mining Solutions Pty Ltd I cannot remember how many times throughout my mining career...

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Site Safety – Lockout Stay Safe!

Group lock boxes of all sizes One person, one lock If more than one person is working on the same plant, each person should attach their own personal padlock to each isolation point to prevent the...

AMSJ April 2022