Contractor Crushing Services International has been fined after a work was seriously burned in an arc flash incident.
An Australian longwall development is cutting respirable dust levels and making mining safer.
A review for the Queensland government on the health assessment of miners has identified serious deficiencies at virtually all levels of the scheme.
A West Australian Department of Mines and Petroleum investigation has revealed how the first fatal accident of 2016 occurred.
Exceeding a vehicle’s maximum permissible weight carries huge risk not only in terms of fines and penalties, but also in terms of the danger it poses to human life and the damage it causes to vehicles and roads.
MIT is researching new technology that can ‘drill’ by using radio-frequency wave generators to melt or vaporise hard rock.
Studies have shown a preponderance of engineers among terrorist ranks, especially when we look at the relatively recent scourge of Islamist terror the world is currently grappling with.
Pacific National has been found to have failed to act upon recommendations from internal investigations of wheel fractures before a coal train derailment in August, 2015.
A 39 year old former coal miner has been diagnosed as suffering from Black Lung.
Workers at the Gorgon LNG project were forced to down tools following a gas leak at the Acid Gas Removal Unit.
Another miner has been diagnosed with Black Lung.
Another, now eighth, case of Black Lung has been diagnosed in a Queensland coal min
Another serious incident has occurred at Rio Tinto’s Greater Paraburdoo mine.
Princeton Tec have released the latest model of their Vizz Series headlamp, the Princeton Tec Vizz II.
The latest, and fourth, phase of Pilbara drug investigation Operation Redwater has hit four mines over four days, and found no drugs.
Workers are believed to have been exposed to hazardous chemicals during processing at a now closed mine.
Eleven reportable leaks have led to investigations at the Pilbara Fertiliser site in Western Australia, owned by Yara International.
Goodline and its director have been fined $10,000 by the WA Building Services Board for negligent conduct.
A tyre fitter’s fingers have been partially amputated after an accident while operating a hydraulic bead breaker.
The Supreme Court of Queensland has dismissed a worker compensation appeal after his claim was reduced when footage emerged of the man performing karate with his damaged foot.