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Mining 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. Mining 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.

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MANAGING EXPOSURE TO CRYSTALLINE SILICA

CleanSpace Respirators, A Revolution in Respiratory Protection Respirable crystalline silica is preventable. Crystalline silica is a natural mineral found in mining and construction materials such as...

AusProof

AusProof’s Flameproof Range Continues to Evolve

AusProof is highly regarded for designing and manufacturing high quality, reliable and innovative products for the industry. And the re-engineered live line indicator feature is no exception...

BLACKWOODS Personal Protective Equipment

Our integrated approach to safety

For over 140 years, we’ve been Australia’s leading industrial and safety equipment provider. You’ll find us across the country on construction sites, mine sites, and on desert roads, making sure...

Safety Mate-Riley Eye Protection Mining

SAFETY MATE: Introducing The Riley Navigator

The result of an extensive research and development project headed up by a specialist team boasting decades of safety eyewear experience, Riley takes a completely fresh look at eye protection with...

Hazardous Dust Global Road Technology

Stopping deadly dust on the agenda for GRT

Protecting workers from hazardous dust is firmly on the agenda for mining and civil services firm Global Road Technology (GRT), as occupational respiratory disease continues to impact people and...

roof fall incident at underground coal mine

Roof fall incident at underground coal mine

The NSW Resources Regulator has reported a roof fall incident at an underground coal mine. According to the report, a roof fall, approximately six metres long, measuring the full width of the drive...

Collision between an excavator and dozer

Collision between an excavator and a dozer

The NSW Resources Regulator has published an investigation report into a collision between an excavator and a dozer at Maules Creek Mine on 26 May 2021. Figure 2 According to the report, a dozer was...

excavator and dozer collision

Excavator and dozer collision

The NSW Resources Regulator has released an excavator and dozer collision incident that occurred at an open cut coal mine. An excavator collided with a dozer causing significant damage to the cabin...

automated cone truck

Milestone for Arrowes automatic coneplacing

Motorists have been able to snatch a first glimpse on the roads of a pioneering automatic coneplacing and retrieving truck that reduces the need for roadworkers to manually perform the dangerous job...