Clarence enforceable undertaking to exceed $500K

CENTENNIAL Coal has committed to spending more than $500,000 in undertakings after two workers were injured during at a workplace incident at the Clarence colliery in New South Wales.

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Centennial Coal's Clarence mine in NSW.

The two workers were seriously injured on July 4 2018 when coal and mudstone collapsed from a rib and struck them. Both workers received injuries and required hospitalisation.

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