A recent earthquake in Papua New Guinea shattered some of the country’s most...
- Predicting earthquakes: what’s the best technology available to miners?
- 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
Alrosa to revise production plan at International diamond mine
Russian mining company Alrosa has unveiled a revised production plan for the International underground diamond mine, as part of a tougher approach to health and safety management.
Predicting earthquakes: what’s the best technology available to miners?
A recent earthquake in Papua New Guinea shattered some of the country’s most important gold mines. It also raised the question of what technologies are at miners’ disposal when it comes to predicting quakes? Ross Davies reports.
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.
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