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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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  • Train hits truck near Fortescue’s Eliwana mine

    Train hits truck near Fortescue’s Eliwana mine

    The Sydney Morning Herald has reported a truck collision accident near Eliwana iron ore mine in WA’s Pilbara region that occurred on the 21st January 2020. According to the article, a truck was...

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  • Downer with Coates Hire brings 3D safety technology to WA

    Downer, Coates Hire, and SITECH are deploying a 3D avoidance zone system to prevent massive machinery from entering restricted areas at mine sites and improve work safety. 3D avoidance zone...

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  • Rio Tinto unveils new Executive team to rebuild trust

    Rio Tinto unveils new Executive team to rebuild trust

    Rio Tinto will increase its focus on operational excellence and project development, strengthening the company’s ESG credentials, and rebuilding trust, particularly in Australia, under a new...

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  • Greymouth miner gears up for new challenge

    Greymouth miner gears up for new challenge

    West coast miner Whyte Gold has this month taken delivery of the largest and most sophisticated bulldozer in New Zealand, to service its new claim in the glacier region behind Greymouth. A...

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  • Thiess leverages void management system to reduce probe drilling costs

    Thiess leverages void management system to reduce probe drilling costs

    Thiess says its mine planning team is pioneering the development and use of an advanced void management system that is informing probing, drill pattern and blasting design. The holistic system...

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  • Safety alert over mobile plant

    Safety alert over mobile plant

    Worksafe Queensland has issued a safety alert regarding a man sustained serious head injuries after falling from a water tank. In November 2020, a man sustained serious head injuries after falling...

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  • Devastated family facing $15,000 bill to bring Titan McCall’s body home

    Devastated family facing $15,000 bill to bring Titan McCall’s body home

    Titan McCall died on the morning of 8th January while driving home from a night shift at a mining site in Western Australia. “He is only 22 years old, he was driving back from work after a long...

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  • Proterra and Komatsu develop all-electric construction equipment

    Proterra and Komatsu develop all-electric construction equipment

    Proterra, a leading innovator in commercial vehicle electrification technology, and Komatsu, a global leader in construction equipment, today announced an agreement to leverage Proterra’s...

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  • China mine rescue: nine miners found dead

    China mine rescue: nine miners found dead

    A Chinese rescue team have found the bodies of nine workers at Qi Xia gold mine in Shandong, China. This recent discovery has raised the death toll to 10 people. Eleven others were rescued a day...

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  • Three workers dead in Russian mine blast

    Three workers dead in Russian mine blast

    The Moscow Time has reported three people were killed on last Friday in a gas explosion accident at a mine in Siberia, Russian. The Kemerovo region prosecutor’s office said, “During operations,...

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  • Six workers dead in Meghalaya coal mining accident

    Six workers dead in Meghalaya coal mining accident

    At least six workers died in an accident when they were working in a coal mine in Meghalaya’s East Jaintia Hills district, Northeast Now reported on 22th Jan. East Jaintia Hills Deputy...

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  • Telematics & Vehicle Fire Suppression

    Telematics & Vehicle Fire Suppression

    Telematics is now a low-cost solution for monitoring your vehicle fire suppression systems on lead machines. United Safety has an integrated solution with a web portal which allows the user to set...

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  • Big rise for Australian coal exports

    Big rise for Australian coal exports

    Latest trade data confirm the resilience of Australia’s resources sector with coal exports on the rise despite recent global challenges. Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith...

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  • Incident | Truck rolled away

    Incident | Truck rolled away

    The NSW Resources Regulator has published a truck incident in an open cut mine. According to the report, a truck was on the workshop deadline for a defect repair. After parking the truck, the...

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  • Incident | Workers ejected from work box

    Incident | Workers ejected from work box

    The NSW Resources Regulator has reported an incident in an underground metal mine. The incident occurred when a workbox detached from an integrated tool carrier and fell approximately two metres....

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  • BHP environment licences in Pilbara under review

    BHP environment licences in Pilbara under review

    Western Australia government has confirmed that the environmental licences of two mining sites operated by BHP in the Pilbara are under review after concerns about rising dust levels in the...

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  • 11 Chinese miners rescued after two weeks underground

    11 Chinese miners rescued after two weeks underground

    Two weeks after an explosion at an underground gold mine in Shandong, China, a rescue team has pulled eleven gold miners to safety. A twelfth miner is believed to be trapped on his own, 100 metres...

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  • Cyclone contingency plans should be in place

    Cyclone contingency plans should be in place

    With the season’s first cyclone (TC Lucas) having formed off the North-West coast, businesses throughout the State have been reminded to ensure that contingency plans have been established and are...

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  • Mining expected to speed up investment in IoT

    Mining expected to speed up investment in IoT

    New research from Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, has found that mining businesses expect to invest a considerable portion of their IT budgets into the...

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