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Safety in mining’s objective is to remove health and safety risks to mine workers, safety in mining practice may also focus on the reduction of risks to plant (machinery) together with the structure and orebody of the mine. Safety in mining practice should focus on the control of hazards to personnel, plant & equipment and the mine’s core assets.

Electrician injured in underground mine

The NSW Resources Regulator has reported an electrician got injured in underground metals mine. Electricians working underground were installing a high tension cable from an integrated tool carrier...

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Indus Mining fined over bee sting death

Indus Mining Services Pty Ltd was today fined $60,000 and ordered to pay $6,000 in costs over the death of a contractor who suffered a severe allergic reaction after being stung by a bee in February...

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Elphinstone’s Water Cannon

Elphinstone Pty Ltd, located in Tasmania’s North West, are leaders in the innovation and design of underground mining support vehicles. Machine safety is always a high priority at Elphinstone...

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RESOURCES TRAINING COUNCIL CONFERENCE 2020

The Resources and Training Council Conference and exhibition event will be a highlight of the Australian resources industry calendar. The 5th Resources Training Council Conference on “Driving Quality...

Human factors in mining

Reducing incidents through human factors

Transport and heavy resource companies are spending more money and time implementing state of the art technology and innovative safety management systems; improving HR, training, risk management and...

Canada mine safety

Links to Canada Mine Safety organisations

Canada mine safety organisations list. Are you trying to find an organisation connected with Canadian mine safety? The list below provides relevant links to websites that work in mine safety with our...

Anglo workers in Queensland participated in Global Safety Day

5000 workers stand down for global safety day

More than 5,000 workers across Anglo American’s operations in Queensland stood down today (10 October) for dedicated discussions on safety, as part of the company’s Global Safety Day program. Each...