In Australia, the mining industry has the third highest fatality rate of any industry with an average of nine workers dying every year. While there have been significant improvements in health and safety over the last decade, injuries still occur. One of the standout facts when it comes to personal injury in the mining workplace is that most accidents can be traced to unsafe work practices by either operating or maintenance personnel. The simple reality is that having trained personnel prevents such injury.
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