An inquest into the death of two people at FMG’s Rail Camp One has heard the dongas weren’t built to withstand strong winds.
A man who left a mine site after work and drove for 10 hours before crashing is suing for negligence.
26 Chinese miners are dead after a coal mine fire in the northeast of the country.
Normet has launched a new generation of its MF and LF series of underground equipment, with the machines designed for industrial internet integration.
Despite an horrific year for industry fatalities, a new report from Queensland showed a decrease in Lost Time Injuries.
A man has been charged by Queensland Police for making threatening Facebook posts aimed at QGC employees.
The new FTA will allow Chinese workers to be brought in for Chinese-owned projects, raising fears of for mining safety standards.
A project to develop a spray on alternative to steel mesh sheet roof reinforcements in underground mines.
Atlas Copco has released its underground low profile loaders with fully enclosed cabins.
Australian Mining has received reports of a death at the APLNG Reedy Creek camp near Yuleba, Queensland.
The rescue team from Bulga coal mine has taken top honours at the annual Mines Rescue Open Cut competition.
A parliamentary inquiry into the safety of floating LNG processing plants is underway in Western Australia this week.
Investigations into the death of a 25 year old excavator operator have shown the man was working on a precarious edge when the machine rolled over.
Iron ore prices slide further… More from the WA FIFO Mental Health Inquiry… Gorgon Project gets a new ‘floatel’.
WA state government has committed to modernising safety legislation in mining and petroleum industries, inviting submissions to the consultation process.
Environmental fluid systems has won the Excellence in Environmental Management award for its innovative cleaning system.
Bulga Underground Operations has been convicted of a workplace health and safety breach which resulted in injury of a worker at the Beltana mine.
Solid Energy has ruled out re-entering the Pike River coal mine, deeming it too dangerous.
Alcoa has pleaded guilty to breaching safety laws related to the death of a contractor in 2009 and could be fined up to $200,000 later this week.
A submission to the WA inquiry into FIFO mental health has revealed a trend of non-reporting of mental health issues due to fear for employment prospects.