ENVIRONMENT

Mining dangers revealed

TWO fatal accidents and 382 serious injuries to workers in the Western Australian mining industry during 2018-2019 shows there are still too many people being put in harm’s way while working in the state’s mining industry, WA’s acting state mining engineer Christina Folley says.

Mining can be dangerous work sometimes

Mining can be dangerous work sometimes

According to the latest safety snapshot by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety, the two fatalities resulted in a fatal injury incidence rate per thousand employees for 2018-19 of 0.016....

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