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Survey Says OHS rules ‘gone too far’

More than half (53 per cent) of mining workers believe that OHS rules are “over the top”, a recent Mining People Polling and Media Centre survey shows. The response transcended seniority levels...

fatigue in mining can't be overlooked

Mining Recovery Signaled by Surge in Permanent Roles

Most regions across Australia have experienced an increase in permanent mining roles, suggesting renewed confidence in the sector following a five-year mining downturn. This suggests a turnaround...

Creating strong minds in hard hats

Resource Minds, a social and emotional wellbeing program for all mine sites Do you have a mental health and suicide prevention program on your site? Is it well-intentioned but ad hoc? Do you have...

The Evolving Landscape: Vehicle Modifications

In just over 10 years the vehicle modification industry has undergone quite a transformation. Driven initially buy legislative reform and corporate policy requirement for additional safety products...

Strike Alert Field Portable Lightning Detector

  New Strike Alert HD LD4000 Field Portable Lightning Detector introduced for safety from dangerous weather conditions. Strike Alert Inc has developed the new standard for outdoor safety with...

ZERO HARM 24/7

MINE, QUARRY, TUNNELING & CONSTRUCTION SITES Background: Respirable mine dust* is an unseen hazard that impacts on the health of mine workers later in their career or after their career has...

Be water wise

Be water wise   Electrical accidents are a common cause of mining incidents, and the presence of water or damp has been identified as a contributing factor. Luckily, there’s a simple, reliable and...

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