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NSW safety snapshot

COAL mines are still the most dangerous mines to work at in New South Wales according to the state’s Resources Regulator as the latest quarterly safety report shows safety incident notifications were up 10% between January and March at the state’s 7342 mine sites – with more than three quarters of those incidents happening at coal mines.

Coal mines leading the way in safety incident notifications in NSW.

Coal mines leading the way in safety incident notifications in NSW.

Of the notifications, 77% were sent to coal mines over the quarter, which was 3% less than the previous quarter. During the quarter the regulator also finalised one safety-related prosecution and started...

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