A rock fall at the Kalgoorlie Super Pit gold mine could threaten jobs...
- Super Pit rock fall could threaten mining jobs
- Anglo American’s new sustainability strategy: does it hold up?
- Siberia: will the once-frozen wilderness give up its riches?
- #MeTooMining: tackling sexual misconduct in the mining industry
- Will a new president herald a golden era for South African mining?
Dropped Objects Prevention: the Top Ten Causes of Dropped Objects
To ensure safety from falling objects, understanding the primary causes of incidents can help conduct thorough risk assessments before commencing a job. According to Drops Online, the following reasons are the top ten causes of falling object incidents in the workplace.
Managing the Hazard Before the Risk is Realised
One of the more common causes of heating and potential ignition sources leading to fires in Underground Coal and Mineral Mines, is the frictional overheating of conveyor idlers / rollers internal bearings that are in the process of or have failed in service.
Safety in Commercial Mining
For anyone who works in a mine, or has a loved one in the field, it’s obvious that productivity should never come at the cost of safety. Finding innovative ways to boost productivity while decreasing risk – that’s how true progress is made.
Watch Posi Lock’s 200t Hydraulic Puller remove a train wheelset. For more information about the PH-200T puller, visit our www.posilock.com/products/hydraulic-puller-systems/200-ton
Range of Mineral Analysers
This white paper contains details about Blue Cube's range of mineral analysers, which includes Blue Cube MQi Slurry Analyser, the Blue Cube Tempo Track, and Blue Cube MQi Hydromet Analyser.
Anglo American’s new sustainability strategy: does it hold up?
Anglo American’s recently launched sustainability strategy includes commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30%, improve energy efficiency by 30%, reduce freshwater abstraction by 50% in water-scarce regions and create five jobs off-site for every job on-site in host communities. The goals are admirable, but, Patrick Kingsland asks, how will they be achieved?
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