Anglo American has defended its safety systems and practices at the Grosvenor coal mine in Queensland, saying they draw on international best practice despite an accident that injured five people in May.
The passing of a 30-year-old Blackwater miner has been incorrectly linked to COVID-19, with a post-mortem test confirming a false positive result for the virus.
Australian Mining has released the list of finalists for the 2018 Prospect Awards, representing a variety of individuals and companies, from small startups to major mining companies.
In recognition of its excellence in design and innovation, Enware’s ET1400 Emergency Tank Shower has been awarded a prestigious gold award at this year’s Good Design Awards in the category of ‘Product, Commercial and Industrial’.
Orica chairman Malcolm Broomhead explained at the company’s annual general meeting that the several senior executives would receive bonus cuts in light of two work fatalities during the 2017 financial year, one in Peru and the other in Sweden.
Metso has announced its purchase of Newcastle-based mining wear protection brand WEARX in an attempt to solidify its position as a premier mining services provider in Australia.
Newcrest Mining’s annual financial review (AFR) for 2017 has been released, and highlights some significant environmental regulation improvements over the previous year’s figures.
The finalists for this month’s 2017 Australian Mining Prospect Awards have been announced. This year’s ceremony, the 13th year the Awards have been staged, will be held at The Ivy in Sydney on Thursday October 26.
The Queensland CFMEU has reported two more workers have black lung, taking the state total to eight confirmed cases of coal miners’ pneumoconiosis since December last year.
Versatile Australian smart card-based access control system for high risk equipment wins global acceptance
AccessPack, an access control system for machinery from Western Australian company CASWA is winning the support of leading companies around the world.
The Department of Mines and Petroleum in Western Australia have brought charges against two companies in relation to an accident that occurred in 2011.
The future of workplace health assessments is looking much more precise, with insurance companies beginning to recognise a revolutionary medical aid.
Delays in harmonising Australia’s occupational health and safety laws are hampering efforts to develop a national mine safety regime.
A miner has been fined $11,000 after he was charged with smoking underground at the North Goonyella coal mine near Moranbah in Queensland on April 27 last year.
Rob Stummer* investigates how the national OH&S laws have affected you.