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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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  • Mining safety in the spotlight at Sydney seminar

    Mining safety in the spotlight at Sydney seminar

    More than 270 engineers, mine workers, manufacturers, contractors and industry specialists attended the recent annual NSW Resources Regulator Mechanical Engineering Safety Seminar on mine safety...

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  • Lessons from excavator cab  incident

    Lessons from excavator cab incident

    On 10 October 2016, the operator cabin of a 250-excavator dislodged and fell onto the tracks of the machine at the Mangoola Coal Mine. The operator had to be rescued from the cabin by the mine’s...

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  • Carborough Downs software partnership to boost productivity and safety

    Carborough Downs software partnership to boost productivity and safety

    Fitzroy Australia Resources is partnering with leading software company Commit Works to introduce digital planning and short interval control at its Carborough Downs coal mine in the Bowen Basin...

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  • Wolff Mining’s semi-autonomous tractor system technology

    Wolff Mining’s semi-autonomous tractor system technology

    Building on the success of their semi-autonomous tractor system (SATS) technology, Wolff Mining (Wolff) has further strengthened their partnership with Hastings Deering in the forthcoming...

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  • Effective dust control solutions  for respirable and nuisance dusts

    Effective dust control solutions for respirable and nuisance dusts

    Dust issues in all aspects of mineral mining and processing are commonplace and a nuisance and danger to workers and equipment. MARC Technologies, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ALS Limited, has the...

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  • Anglo commits $2M to fund QMRS truck-mounted egress system

    Anglo commits $2M to fund QMRS truck-mounted egress system

    Anglo American has today announced it will wholly fund the purchase of a critical piece of mines rescue equipment for use across the Queensland mining industry. The funding commitment, in excess...

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  • WA announces new guidance for mine site rehabilitation

    WA announces new guidance for mine site rehabilitation

    WA Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Johnston has announced a new guidance for the rehabilitation of Western Australian mine sites. The guidance is titled ‘A framework for developing mine-site...

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  • Mining licenses not renewed for Bendigo operation

    Mining licences held by a Bendigo-based company have not been renewed by Victoria’s mining and resources regulator due to the company’s inability to provide surety of its finances. In 2018...

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  • Victoria appoints interim mining warden

    Victoria appoints interim mining warden

    Former Victorian Crown Counsel John Butler has been appointed the state’s interim Mining Warden while the selection process for a permanent warden continues.  Mr Butler, who served as Victoria’s...

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  • Inquiry into Queensland mine safety ‘quashed’ by ALP & KAP

    Inquiry into Queensland mine safety ‘quashed’ by ALP & KAP

    The Queensland Parliament has blocked a move to establish a bipartisan inquiry into mine safety in the State of Queensland despite six deaths and hundreds of high potential incidents across the...

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  • New members join the Board of Professional Engineers

    New members join the Board of Professional Engineers

    The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland has welcomed the appointment of three new Board members. Maureen Hassall, Suzanne Burow and Christopher Edwards were appointed as Board members...

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  • Queensland Government seeking new Chief Inspector of Mines

    Queensland Government seeking new Chief Inspector of Mines

    Hunter Executive Search Consultants are currently working in partnership with the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy to source a new Chief Inspector of Mines in Queensland. Hunter...

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  • China mining accident leaves seven dead

    China mining accident leaves seven dead

    A mining accident in northern China left seven people dead, local authorities in the city of Tangshan, Hebei Province said last Friday. The accident occurred at about 12:30 p.m. in a coal mine of...

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  • Linkage adjustment on disconnect lever in MCC kills electrician

    Linkage adjustment on disconnect lever in MCC kills electrician

    The US Based Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has issued a Fatality Alert after an electrician was electrocuted during a linkage adjustment on a lever in a live panel at Blackhawk...

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  • Tailings dam safety consulting company ends service

    Tailings dam safety consulting company ends service

    The company entangled in proceedings associated with the certification of tailing dams following Vale’s Brumadinho Tailings Disaster has withdrawn from conducting dam safety assessments. TÜV SÜD...

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