A young worker was injured yesterday at the Santos GLNG site on Curtis Island.
A new development by Honeywell Process Solutions is changing the miners approach process control solutions on site, allowing them to change the way they build automation infrastructure.
Mt Gibson Iron has temporarily suspended mining at Koolan Island’s main pit due pit wall instability.
Oaky Creek North have done Glencore and Australian coal mining proud, winning the national Mines Rescue Competition yesterday.
The Ranger Uranium mine has been directed to improve process safety procedures on site, due to insufficient safety when a leach tank collapsed last year.
The WA inquiry into FIFO-related mental health issues has heard that no FIFO roster could be considered 100 per cent safe.
Bechtel has won a national safety award for implementing a program which rewards people for safe behaviours.
Skiving off takes a whole new level of meaning, when you consider the story of 60 year-old Italian miner Carlo Cani.
The implementation of a drill control interface has boosted productivity at the face
A gas drilling rig manager has told a coronial inquest yesterday that in regard to the safety the industry “has gone back to the bad old days”.
With the current Ebola outbreak showing few signs of slowing, the major businesses that work in these affected areas – mining – are being asked to do more to defeat the disease.
Crushing Services International has been fined $115,000 for the death of a worker at Fortescue Metals Group’s Christmas Creek mine last year.
New drill designs are taking the difficulty out of, and adding safety to, drilling in compact areas.
A manganese train in the Northern Territory has ploughed through a four-wheel drive, stuck on the tracks.
Two former Thiess supervisors who were sacked in May have taken their case for unfair dismissal to the Fair Work Commission.
FIFO workers are being urged to implement six simple strategies in order to stay mentally healthy.
The West Australian Department of Mines and Petroleum have launched a safety series focused on helping identify hazards on site.
The search for a man overboard from an iron ore carrier ship has been suspended.
University of Adelaide engineers are researching ways to better predict the potential collapse of mines and large infrastructure sites.
Health and safety will be the key theme of the opening day of M&E NSW in Newcastle today.