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Prominent Hill gets audited

SAFEWORK South Australia inspectors have visited OZ Minerals’ Prominent Hill mine to check how managers, supervisors and workers are addressing psychosocial issues such as camp safety, bullying and sexual harassment.

 Byrnecut workers at Prominent Hill

Byrnecut workers at Prominent Hill

The visit was the first in a series of mine site audits planned across the state, as part of a campaign by the SA government to measure awareness of sexual harassment, discrimination and violence at SA...

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