Your feet are probably two of the most important assets you will ever have in your life. Unfortunately in mining, heavy machinery, sharp tools and uneven ground, are common causes of foot related injuries.
A rigger who was killed last year at the Boggabri mine construction site had been employed on site for only 11 weeks, and held a national High Risk licence for less than 18 months, a new report has shown.
Maptek has released new laser scanners for underground mines.
Injury levels during the final months of Western Australia’s mining boom were at their lowest rate for more than a decade, according to a new government report.
With four deaths in Queensland coal mines in the past year, and many more nationally, an industrial psychologist has suggested that our pride in safety management is partially to blame.
Questions about the mental health of FIFO workers launched a parliamentary inquiry in Western Australia. Is this a threat to a way of life for remote minesite workers, or simply another step on the long path of OHS improvement?
Cortland, the leading provider of high performance rope and assemblies, cables and umbilicals, is to exhibit at Asia-Pacific’s international mining exhibition (AIMEX) 2015, held at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Australia, from 1-4 September 2015.
With the mine becoming more automated, who is to blame when AI incidents occur: man or machine?
Pyrotek will be showcasing a range of acoustic and thermal solutions at Asia Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition.
A blast truck has reportedly rolled at the Saraji coal mine.
Perth magistrates Court handed down a $40,000 fine to Karara Mining yesterday after they pleaded guilty to failing to provide a safe working environment.
A small earthquake at Tasmania’s Renison tin project has created a temporary production halt.
Strata Worldwide will use AIMEX to demonstrate its new systems designed to make underground mining safer.
A former employee of the recently closed Ellendale Diamond Mine has spoken out with allegations that safety standards were ignored during the final weeks.
Roobuck will demonstrate a range of intrinsically safe underground mining equipment during AIMEX.
Three prospectors have gone missing between Leonora and Laverton in Western Australia’s Goldfields.
A Queensland man will sue Anglo Coal for more than $2 million over back injuries sustained at work.
KEMPER has extended their welding helmets range with the introduction of a new automatic model for professional welders working in permanent applications.
As miners generate more data and analytics, they are – now more than ever – at risk from cyber and electronic attacks.
Mount Gibson mine has been fined $30,000 for safety breaches relating to work at heights.