As an industry with inherent health and safety threats, there is both a...
- Anglo American and the fight against HIV and TB in South Africa
- Clean break: how China’s new Environmental Protection Tax Law could affect mining
- UN report calls for regulation to address tailing dam failures
- Battery tech energises the cobalt market
- The benefits of legalising artisanal mining in South Africa
Automated Safety Reporting: Why You Should Implement It Now
The effective management of onsite risk is highly dependent on visibility. If you can’t see or pre-empt a hazard, you can’t manage danger properly. Having visibility puts the power back into your hands.
Anglo American and the fight against HIV and TB in South Africa
As an industry with inherent health and safety threats, there is both a corporate responsibility and social duty for mining companies to look after employees and their families. On World AIDS Day Stefaan Van der Borght, global head of health, Anglo American Health explains how effective health programmes are critical to stemming the scourge of diseases such as HIV and tuberculosis.
Safety Solutions for Mining, Oil and Gas Applications
Checkers offers a wide range of safety solutions for the mining and offshore sectors, including motion safety products, ground and cable protection, as well as dust control floor mats.
Pacific Data Systems Launches New Drug Detection Site
We're pleased to announce that our dedicated Drug, Alcohol & Safety solutions website, DrugDetectionSolutions.com.au, is now live after having an overhaul.
What is Safety and How is it Achieved
Derisk Geomining Consultants principal consultant Mal Dorricott defines safety as an outcome that is achieved when an activity is completed or a process operates without harm to the assets involved in that activity or process.
Clean break: how China’s new Environmental Protection Tax Law could affect mining
China’s new Environmental Protection Tax Law is due to come into effect on 1 January 2018 and is expected to have wide-ranging ramifications for mining and mineral processing. Julian Turner reports on how this historic crackdown on pollution could impact commodities production in China, and worldwide.
UN report calls for regulation to address tailing dam failures
A report published by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has called for collective action from governments and mining industry to put an end to disasters related to tailings dams across the world.
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