Whitehaven faces $1.5M fine over Maules Creek incident

THE New South Wales Resources Regulator has started prosecuting Whitehaven Coal subsidiary Maules Creek Coal over a two-truck collision at its Maules Creek mine near Narrabri on April 21 2018.

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Whitehaven faces $1.5M fine over Maules Creek incident  Whitehaven faces $1.5M fine over Maules Creek incident  Whitehaven faces $1.5M fine over Maules Creek incident  Whitehaven faces $1.5M fine over Maules Creek incident  Whitehaven faces $1.5M fine over Maules Creek incident

The regulator alleges Maules Creek Coal contravened Section 32 of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, by failing to comply with a health and safety duty under Section 19 of the act.