With workers heading back to the office after an enforced shut-down it is vital they stay healthy.
Warning as injuries on plant and machinery at mines across WA continue.
Latest safety snapshot by DMIRS shows WA miners still face dangers at work.
WA gives miners some relief by cutting mine safety levy to 17c per hour.
NSW worker grazed and bruised in mill incident.
DMIRS warns bosses to keep the noise down on site.
Eloise copper mine ordered to shut up shop for safety reasons.
DMIRS' roadshow heads off to spread the safety message in WA.
SA mine and quarry workers to get protection against stress and strain injuries.
Inspectors will be set up at road train assembly areas in metropolitan and regional areas in WA.
WA's workplace safety watchdog visited 20 laboratories and facilities in Perth and regional areas.
Inspectors were surprised at the number of workers operating mobile plant without high risk licences...