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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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Oral-fluid drug testing: Are you fit for work?

The implementation of an appropriate and effective drug testing policy and procedure can sometimes be controversial. Currently, the debate about oral-fluid testing versus urine testing is a hot topic...

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ADE Spray System

Water truck operations are complicated, some might even say it’s an art form. The weather is always changing, some roads are slipperier than others, water truck operators need to be aware of other...

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ADE Spray Head Valves

The ADE Spray head valve are heavy duty, low maintenance and made for mining An innovative internal spray head design does not use a diaphragm which results in less energy being required to close the...

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ADE Haul Road Friction Measurement

RoadSafety Training Services (RTS), in partnership with Australian Diversified Engineering (ADE), have pioneered an innovative and adaptable solution that aids in controlling haul road conditions to...

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ADE Cannon

The ADE Water Cannon is a heavy duty, low maintenance remote operated water cannon specifically made for the mining industry and designed to be installed on large off-highway water trucks. ...

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Breathe Easier For Longer

Every operation is different and so are the responder’s equipment requirements. No matter how strong, tall or short the responder is, the equipment needs to fit everyone. It not only affects the...

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Understanding the RPEQ system

In Queensland we have a unique system that requires registration for engineers working in or for Queensland. This is the registered professional engineer of Queensland (RPEQ) system that is...

AMSJ Nov 2021