THE order at the top has changed, but once again only a fraction of a point separated the six Queensland
SUPPLIERS of lifting and safety equipment, Bullivants, released a new safety helmet to the coal industry
IN an increasingly safety conscious and competitive business environment contracting companies have to
LITTLE evidence of a real reduction in the risk of fatalities in the mining industry is one of the main
ONE miner was killed after a roof fall in the longwall area of the Enex Resources' Baal Bone mine in
The NSW Government ran its second Small Mine Safety Workshop in Wollongong last week.
A METHANE explosion killed at least 36 miners at the Zasyadko mine in Donetsk, Ukraine, on August 20.
A COVETED prize for the job no one wants to do. By Ken Yarwood
MORE than 90 local check inspectors from coal mines across NSW attended a conference in Penrith to hear
AN AUSTRALIAN company claims to be able to ease congestion in the
AN examination of hydraulic-machine related fires has pinpointed the need for better design and installation
AT the broadest generic level the dangers of shiftwork are well understood but to date there have been
QUEENSLAND-based health and safety organisation SIMTARS* is currently engaged in a project to expose
THE Australasian Mining Rock Mechanics Society (AMRMS) was officially formed on June 15, reflecting growing
STARTING in July, the University of Queensland and the Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre (MISHC)
WHILE the advent of remote controlled mining equipment dramatically decreased exposure to dangerous moving
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