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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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  • BHP Mackenzies reiterate commitment to mine safety

    BHP Mackenzies reiterate commitment to mine safety

    The Chairman and CEO of BHP have reiterated their commitment to mine safety in their latest speeches to BHP’s AGM in London this week. Chairman Ken Mackenzie told the shareholder’s meeting on the...

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  • Mineworker’s thumb lacerated in grouting pump

    Mineworker’s thumb lacerated in grouting pump

    A mineworker’s thumb has been lacerated by a grouting pump during grouting works at an underground mine. The NSW Regulator reported that an underground mine worker was grouting 8-metre cable bolts...

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  • Outstanding contribution to health & safety

    An outstanding contribution to the work of health and safety in Australia has been recognised by an Honorary Fellowship. The Australian Institute of Health & Safety has awarded an Honorary...

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  • Electrical line workers licensing introduced in Victoria

    Electrical line workers licensing introduced in Victoria

    Electrical line workers will soon be protected by a new licensing scheme, thanks to legislation introduced into the Victorian Parliament. Delivering on an election commitment, the Energy Safety...

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  • It’s time to better manage biodiversity in Australia

    It’s time to better manage biodiversity in Australia

    Tara Kennedy is a Senior Environmental Consultant at Golder, based in Brisbane with an environmental law background. Tara says that Australia’s approach to biodiversity must improve. Tara...

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  • Spring 2019
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  • EPIROC’s new LHD automation

    Epiroc’s has released a new offering for LHD automation that, it says, brings new standards of productivity and safety to underground mining. Scooptram Automation Total allows for multi machine...

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  • Austin Engineering commissions new water tanks

    Austin Engineering commissions new water tanks

    An Australian manufacturer has developed a locally made water tank which aims to improve safety during confined space entries. Austin Engineering has commissioned the first of its locally...

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  • Inquest into Mount Lyell death to resume

    Inquest into Mount Lyell death to resume

    An inquest into the death of a mine worker at the Mount Lyell mine in Tasmania will resume almost six years after the tragic mining accident. 53-year-old Michael Welsh died when his loader was...

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  • Augmented reality set to change the future of mine safety

    Augmented reality set to change the future of mine safety

    Augmented and virtual reality is set to change the future of mine safety through immersive learning according to industry experts. The next generation of mining maintenance personnel are beginning...

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  • Union leader attacked by gunmen in Colombia

    Union leader attacked by gunmen in Colombia

    A union leader has survived an attack by two gunmen in Colombia. Vice President of the Miner’s Union, Ricardo Rojas, who works for Drummond Coal in Colombia, was attacked by two masked gunmen on a...

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  • Australia’s first portable long service leave benefit turns 70

    Australia’s first portable long service leave benefit turns 70

    Today marks the 70th anniversary of Australia’s first portable long service leave benefit, administered by Coal LSL. To date, it is also the only nationally regulated portable long service leave...

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  • Mining contractors killed in HV accident on haul truck

    Mining contractors killed in HV accident on haul truck

    Two mining contractors have died in a High Voltage accident while performing maintenance on a haul truck. The details surrounding the accident are still emerging. The contractors were killed at...

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  • Pindan secured Koodaideri deal

    Pindan secured Koodaideri deal

    Integrated property and construction group Pindan has been awarded a new contract, valued at about A$90 million, to progress construction of an operations village for Rio Tinto’s Koodaideri iron...

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  • Mobilaris Situational Awareness Technology

    Mobilaris Situational Awareness Technology

    One of the features of the new Mobilaris Onboard™ real-time situational awareness technology can, according to Hans Wahlquist, VP Business Development & Strategic Product Management for Mobilaris...

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  • CFMEU wants action on safety

    CFMEU wants action on safety

    The CFMEU Queensland Division Chief, Stephen Smyth, says he wants more action on safety in the midst of a rising debate regarding a parliamentary inquiry. CFMEU Mining and Energy Queensland...

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  • Continuous miner strikes roof bolt | Operator receives facial injuries

    Continuous miner strikes roof bolt | Operator receives facial injuries

    While the range of incidents involving continuous miners has lessened in recent years, a recent incident has highlighted the potentially serious consequences of miners engaging roof bolts and...

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