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Diversity boosts Mt Thorley productivity

AN INCLUSIVE culture has helped Rio Tinto’s Mt Thorley Warkworth coal mine in New South Wales enjoy great improvements in productivity and safety, according to its general manager Colin Mackey.

Lou Caruana
Diversity boosts Mt Thorley productivity

Mackey said Jemma Callaghan, who was named Outstanding NSW Tradeswoman at the NSW Mining 2017 Industry and Suppliers’ Awards, was instrumental in fostering this culture at the mine, where she worked as...

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