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  • Spring 2017

    Spring 2017

    QLD Mining & Energy Bulletin (QMEB) communicates through print, digital & social media to a combined readership of 82,500 industry key decision makers.

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  • Australasian Mine Safety Journal Issue 30 Spring 2016

    Australasian Mine Safety Journal Issue 30 Spring 2016

    Australasian Mine Safety Journal is Australia's leading mining safety publication. Spring 2016 covers key issues such as disaster management, managing fatigue and mining safety innovations.

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  • GRT welcomes investment to protect workers from lung diseases cause by respirable dust

    GRT welcomes investment to protect workers from lung diseases cause by respirable dust

    Dust suppression specialists GRT welcome the news that the Queensland government will invest $5 million in research to protect workers from occupational dust lung diseases, including silicosis and...

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  • INCLINOMETERS – Keeping you on uneven ground

    INCLINOMETERS – Keeping you on uneven ground

    Motor vehicle rollovers are known to be one of the most prominent causes of surface fatalities at mine sites. Safe Work Australia found that 127 non-road vehicles were involved in a rollover on a...

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  • Sandvik evolves drill rig to support fully autonomous operation

    Sandvik evolves drill rig to support fully autonomous operation

    Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions is evolving its Leopard™ DI650i down-the-hole (DTH) drill rig to support fully autonomous operation. The new iDrill automation platform expands the existing...

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  • GroundProbe launches reactive geohazard monitoring

    GroundProbe launches reactive geohazard monitoring

    RGR-Velox (Reactive Geohazard Radar) is a military-precision reactive monitoring and alarming system for tailings dam breaches, large slope failures, landslides and avalanches. It detects, tracks...

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  • StoreSAFE: How We Do Things At Blackwoods

    StoreSAFE: How We Do Things At Blackwoods

    Put yourself in this position. You’re in your crowded home garage and you want to pack away your surfboard, but where do you put it? You see a space at the top of some shelves in the corner. It...

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  • Innovative PPE for the mining industry

    Innovative PPE for the mining industry

    As Australia’s largest supplier of fit-for-function quality personal protective equipment and safety products, Blackwoods is proud to be the exclusive distributors of a new range of disposable...

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  • Sole Design: Fit-for-Purpose

    Sole Design: Fit-for-Purpose

    How many of us have used a variation of the phrase: ‘Do not judge a person until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes’? With a few tweaks we can mould this to the construction industry: ‘You can...

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  • New Style, Same Strength

    New Style, Same Strength

    INTRODUCING THE BLUNDSTONE #984 – The #984 is the latest addition to the Blundstone safety boot range and is part of their premium XFoot Rubber series. Designed to be the cooler brother of...

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  • A Culture of Lockout/Tagout use – we must have it

    A Culture of Lockout/Tagout use – we must have it

    Many accidents or ‘near misses’ can be prevented if all companies were to implement and use proper lockout / tagout procedures. We must encourage the development of a ‘lockout culture’ or ‘lockout...

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  • Resources Training Council postpones conference to 2022

    Resources Training Council postpones conference to 2022

    Due to the ongoing impacts of the coronavirus pandemic and its continuing effects being felt across our economy, the Resources Training Council has postponed its upcoming 5th Conference &...

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  • Worker suffers injury after bratt falls

    Worker suffers injury after bratt falls

    The NSW Resources Regulator has reported an underground coal mine worker suffered soft tissue injuries after piece of the roof of the coal mine fell off. A continuous miner driver was standing at...

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  • NSW raises awareness of risk to workers of heavy vehicle collisions

    NSW raises awareness of risk to workers of heavy vehicle collisions

    The NSW Resources Regulator has directly engaged with more than 13,000 mine workers as part of a targeted awareness campaign to bring attention to the risk of collisions involving heavy mining...

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  • Man charged with raping at BHP mine site will fight allegations

    Man charged with raping at BHP mine site will fight allegations

    A FIFO worker charged with sexually assaulting a female colleague at a BHP mine site in Western Australia’s north in November 2020 has indicated he intends to fight the allegations. The incident...

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  • QLD mines inspectorate slammed in Grosvenor Board of Inquiry report

    QLD mines inspectorate slammed in Grosvenor Board of Inquiry report

    The Queensland Mines inspectorate has been challenged about its way it responded to the ongoing exceedances of gas at the Grosvenor mine prior to the ill-fated explosion. The long-awaited...

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  • New mobile app helps build better mental health for mining workers

    New mobile app helps build better mental health for mining workers

    Australia’s world-leading minerals industry is taking action to support the mental health and resilience of its 250,000-strong workforce with the launch of the free MineWell mobile app developed...

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  • Yallourn coal mine shut amid flood fears

    Yallourn coal mine shut amid flood fears

    In Gippsland’s Latrobe Valley, Yallourn power station’s brown coal mine has been evacuated and electricity generation has been reduced with fears swollen rivers nearby could flood the site. Heavy...

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  • Moranbah North and Grosvenor mines update

    Moranbah North and Grosvenor mines update

    Anglo American confirmed that longwall mining operations at Moranbah North Mine have safely restarted, in line with regulatory approvals. Production is expected to ramp up over coming weeks....

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  • The Tiny Protagonist Injuring Australians

    The Tiny Protagonist Injuring Australians

    What can be 100 times smaller than a grain of sand, yet it may be fatal for those who inhale it? While obvious answers would include the Covid-19 virus and Asbestos fibres, there is another lethal...

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