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Land contamination

By Phil Abernethy Land contamination is the degradation of the earth’s land surface through poor agricultural practices, mineral exploitation, industrial waste dumping, the introduction of hazardous...

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Innovation in Mine Safety

In the mining and resources industries, safety is an obvious priority, and every year there are brand new innovative products that help sites become safer by using them. Innovation doesn’t only come...

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Community Engagement in the Onshore Resource Sector

By Professor Samantha Hepburn – Director, Centre for Energy and Natural Resource Law   Spectacular increases in global energy demand over the last few decades have prompted a corresponding...

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Fatigue & Dehydration: Two sides of the same coin

By Kaitlyn Bruschi, Corporate Bodies International Dehydration and fatigue are significant risks within the mining industry, both having considerable impacts on health and safety parameters within...

How the SIA helps improve OHS capability

In raising the standard of the OHS profession, it is important to support the big questions being asked, capture what is learnt and reflect it back in a way which progresses knowledge, skill and...

Is The Focus On Compliance Harming Safety Performance?

Surely Compliance Can’t Be A Bad Thing OK, so to be clear, compliance in itself is not the problem I’m going to bang on about in this article. The issue I’m going to take a swing at is an increasing...

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