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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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  • FWC deals fatal blow to BHP’s OS agreements

    FWC deals fatal blow to BHP’s OS agreements

    BHP’s sneaky attempt to avoid negotiating with its large new Operations Services in-house labour hire workforce has come unstuck with the Fair Work Commission reaffirming that two Enterprise...

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  • Nautilus dust control unit available in Australia

    Nautilus dust control unit available in Australia

    When it comes to large scale demolition projects and remote mining locations, dust control is a major issue. Even if there is water available, a guy with a hose can create enormous problems with...

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  • Miner confirmed dead after fall in underground gold mine

    Miner confirmed dead after fall in underground gold mine

    The underground mine worker who fell from height at the Saracen Minerals Dervish mine on Monday has passed away. In a statement released to the ASX this afternoon, Saracen Minerals said the...

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  • Federal MP says Labor government continues to suffocate Queensland coal jobs

    Federal MP says Labor government continues to suffocate Queensland coal jobs

    Federal Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt said the Labor Party continues to threaten regional jobs because its state and federal leaders refuse to support the New...

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  • Making service smarter with RigScan audit technology

    Making service smarter with RigScan audit technology

    No mining or construction operation can exist without maintenance, but it’s a tenuous balance to strike between keeping workers safe and machines in good shape, and getting the most out of every...

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  • Epiroc charges forward with Batteries as a Service

    Epiroc charges forward with Batteries as a Service

    The world’s first Batteries as a Service (BaaS) agreement has been finalised in Canada, with Vale and Epiroc partnering on this innovative new approach for utilizing battery technology in mining...

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  • Mineworker falls from height at Western Australian mine

    Mineworker falls from height at Western Australian mine

    A mineworker has been seriously injured after he fell from height an underground gold mine in Western Australia. The mineworker was working underground at the Dervish mine owned by Saracen Mineral...

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  • Groundbreaking blast preparation technology takes off

    Groundbreaking blast preparation technology takes off

    A new and innovative blast preparation system was launched today by Mackay-based business StemSafe, with the Australian technology set to be an industry-first for the world. DipSafe is a...

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  • Gas ignition at Fitzroy Resources Carborough Downs mine

    Gas ignition at Fitzroy Resources Carborough Downs mine

    A methane gas ignition has occurred at the Fitzroy Australia Resources Carborough Downs underground coal mine near Copabella in Central Queensland. Mine owner Fitzroy Resources has confirmed the...

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  • Mineworker knocked unconscious by falling roof material

    Mineworker knocked unconscious by falling roof material

    The NSW Resources Regulator has reported that a mineworker was hit on the hard hat by falling roof material while installing ground support. The worker believes he was knocked unconscious for...

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  • Almost 3000 Codelco copper workers infected with COVID-19

    Almost 3000 Codelco copper workers infected with COVID-19

    Almost 3000 copper workers and copper miners at Chile’s State-owned Codelco have been infected with Covid-19 according to a union of workers. Unions have called on the company for improved safety...

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  • Classic Minerals Reports High Grade 10 oz./tonne gold at Forrestania Gold Project

    Classic Minerals Reports High Grade 10 oz./tonne gold at Forrestania Gold Project

    ASX-listed gold junior Classic Minerals Limited (ASX:CLZ) has intersected a new high-grade gold lode at its 100%-owned Kat Gap Project, which is part of its Forrestania Gold Project (FGP) in WA’s...

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  • Thiess secures Lake Vermont extension

    Thiess secures Lake Vermont extension

    Thiess has secured a contract extension at the Lake Vermont project owned by Jellinbah Resources. The contract extension will likely generate revenues of A$2.5 billion ($1.7 billion USD) for...

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  • Innovations in environmental training for the mining industry

    Innovations in environmental training for the mining industry

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Environmental Solutions Initiative and multinational mining company Vale bring sustainability education to young engineering professionals in Brazil....

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  • Sullair launches Managed Air Power

    Sullair launches Managed Air Power

    Leading global air compressor provider, Sullair, a Hitachi Group company, launches new ‘Managed Air Power’ service, a comprehensive outsourced compressed air solution. Sullair, a global leader in...

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  • Engineers Australia: Jane MacMaster as Chief Engineer

    Engineers Australia: Jane MacMaster as Chief Engineer

    Engineers Australia has announced the appointment of Jane MacMaster to the newly-created role of Chief Engineer. CEO Dr Bronwyn Evans said the Chief Engineer will lead Engineers Australia’s...

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  • Siecap and Minset are joining forces

    Siecap and Minset are joining forces

    Brisbane-based companies Siecap and Minset have announced that they are joining forces with the aim of ‘closing the performance gap’ to deliver sustainable cost improvements to clients. The...

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