Stay on top of the most read articles on the Australian Mining website over the past week, including the effort to improve mine safety in Queensland after another serious accident.
The Queensland Government has appointed three additional mines inspectors and another chief inspector as the resources industry grapples with recent mine-related tragedies.
The Queensland Government and resources industry will stage urgent discussions about the mining sector’s safety performance this week in light of four tragedies in the past six months.
From safer underground ladders to electric vehicles, Steve Durkin and Safescape have accepted mining’s innovation challenge.
The mining equipment manufacturer is promising a new level of performance and reliability with its latest excavators.
BHP and Dassault Systèmes have established a long-term strategic partnership to leverage the application of digital technologies to mining.
FM Global group manager, account engineering Mike Beaumont tells Australian Mining about how companies can manage risks caused by fires at mine sites.
Operators that can safely access and view high danger areas will have a greater peace of mind and confidence, which carries over into huge benefits for efficiency and productivity.
Drone technology is becoming an increasingly common sight at mines. Safe to Work talks to three companies working in the space to discover how they help make mining safer.
Exposure to high levels of diesel fumes could be the biggest occupational health threat since asbestos, according to hydraulic engineer Norm Mathers.
Sandvik has introduced an operator training simulator to provide a compact and flexible solution to safely train teams on the DD422i, DD422iE and DT922i drill rigs.
Anglo American has reportedly resumed operations at the Moranbah North coal mine in Queensland following last week’s underground incident at the site.
Anglo American produced 10 per cent more copper last year than in 2012 with just half the number of assets, the company revealed in its annual report.
South32 has introduced a robot, known as the Bike platform, at its Worsley Alumina operation in Western Australia.
In aligning the Mt Owen coal mine with NSW Minerals Council ‘Reshape’ vision, one team member shed 59 kilograms in one year.
Sandvik has introduced the LH621i intelligent loader for large-scale underground production and mine development.
White Dog International director Wesley Dobbin explains how he caters his training programs to the individual differences between mine sites.
SIMPEC has won a $4.5 million contract at Rio Tinto’s Cape Lambert port facility in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance’s (BMA) Saraji coal mine in the Bowen Basin has made the handling of heavy vehicle earth moving tyres safer with a new device.
Australian Mining speaks to Josh Bryant about the changes he has made at Mitchell Services that led to him winning the 2018 Sick Safety Advocacy Award.