Appin could be fined $1.5M for conveyor incident

THE New South Wales Resources Regulator is prosecuting South32 subsidiary Endeavour Coal, the operator of Appin colliery, over an incident that led to a worker suffering serious injuries to his foot when it became entangled in a scrapper conveyor at the mine on June 8 2019.

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The regulator alleges the company failed in its duty to ensure the health and safety of workers.

The regulator has begun category 2 - failure to comply with health and safety duty proceedings under section 32 of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 against Endeavour Coal.