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Curragh focuses on safety after minesite fatality

CORONADO Global Resources is working to sustain its health and safety improvements and further instil a positive risk management culture with its workforce in the wake of the death of a tyre handling contractor at is Curragh mine in Queensland in January.

In 2019, Curragh embarked on a continuous improvement program to comprehensively refresh and communicate its approach to the control of safety risks.

In 2019, Curragh embarked on a continuous improvement program to comprehensively refresh and communicate its approach to the control of safety risks.

Thiess contractor Donald Rabbitt died after the incident at the mine on January 12. Coronado said in its latest Sustainability Report that recent industrywide safety resets had refocused on the importance...

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