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Disagreement at FWC over status of autonomous truck crew at Goonyella

BHP Coal has been given leave to appeal a decision by the Fair Work Commission that found that after autonomous haulage trucks were introduced at its Goonyella mine in Queensland the positions of mine controller and field officer should fall under the BMA Enterprise Agreement 2018.

BHP Coal has been given leave to appeal a decision by the Fair Work Commission.

BHP Coal has been given leave to appeal a decision by the Fair Work Commission.

FWC deputy president Ingrid Asbury found on August 20 that, notwithstanding that a controller worked in a control room, coverage of the Black Coal Mining Industry Award 2010 extended to other locations...

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