A report from the NSW Department of Resources and Energy has highlighted the importance of procedural controls in preventing haul truck collisions with light vehicles.
With three people dead in one day, a month before Christmas, Ben Hagemann talks about looking out for yourself and your workmates in the most dangerous season of the year.
A 32-year old driver has escaped unharmed after being rescued from a drill rig that had nearly tipped over the edge of a quarry in Brisbane.
A team of university students and scientists have won the 2015 Unearthed Melbourne Hackathon for their innovative prototype that incorporates Bluetooth sensors into mining clothing and equipment
As the death toll from the Samarco tailings dam disaster continues to rise while BHP shares fall to the lowest prices since 2005, questions are being raised over the preventative measures taken to prevent a disaster from occurring.
Like all workers, miners are on social media and like to document what happens at their work place, but sometimes this lands the workers in hot water.
Honeywell Process Solutions has enhanced its UniSim design and simulation software designed to help improve safety and reduce capital expenditures for both new and existing installations.
Northern Territory unions have spoken out about the soaring number of suicides among FIFO workers employed on the Ichthys LNG project, calling for a FIFO code of practice to be implemented.
A haul truck fire at the Collie coal mine has been followed by a disciplinary investigation of the social media use of employees who photographed the incident.
A Queensland FIFO worker has lost an appeal for compensation relating to psychological trauma after seeing a deceased co-worker.
Despite growing to become one of the worlds’ most recognisable and trusted boot brands, Blundstone has always retained its family values.
International vehicle lighting expert Hella is enlightening the science of headlights.
Safe Work Australia is urging businesses to prioritise health and safety, and conduct risk assessments during this National Safe Work Month.
Cat has launched a new rugged smartphone
Investigations are ongoing into an incident in which a worker was subjected to serious chemical burns at a processing plant after failure of a rubber hose.
The recommendations of a Queensland parliamentary report into FIFO practices has been met with opposition from resource industry lobby groups.
Indigenous groups say backburning operations at ERA’s Ranger mine are at risk of torching ancient rock art sites.
The contractor for the Woodie Woodie mine’s process plant has been fined after a worker was seriously injured.
Wambo Coal has pled guilty in the Land & Environment Court over issues relating to its blasts in May.
Larson Electronics has launched a new explosion proof T6 rated UV fluorescent light fixture for hazardous environments.