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Smiles all around with 12 months passing and no time lost through injury.

Cultural shift in safety means results

One full year without lost time for injuries follows an attitudinal change for Sandvik Mining in the APAC market. Read more »
Environmental Innovation Winner - Boral Construction Materials (l-r) Omar El Komy (Boral), Jessica Van Soest (Boral)

Industry gathers for Queensland CCAA EHS Awards

The Queensland branch of the CCAA has announced the recipients of this year's Environment Health and Safety (EHS) awards in Brisbane. Read more »
Safety is a key issue when it comes to couplers and attachments.

Quick couplers under scrutiny

Legislation to phase out semi-automatic quick couplers on earthmoving equipment is under discussion. Read more »
Minister Kotsiras presenting the CCAA OH&S Innovation Award to David Pallot of Hansom.

CCAA unveils enviro, health and safety awards

Cement Concrete Aggregates Australia has announced the recipients of awards to promote innovation and best practice. Read more »
In quarrying, unplanned injury strategies can cost organisations up to $1 million in accident compensation and prosecution costs.

Online course to teach safety

An Australian risk management training provider has suggested that work-related injuries and illnesses can potentially cost the economy more than $60 billion dollars a year. Read more »
Shot rock from a UK quarry blast has damaged two vehicles and narrowly missed a workman directing traffic.

Quarry blast goes drastically wrong

A quarry explosion has sent rocks flying 200 metres onto a public road, narrowly missing a workman but hitting waiting cars. Read more »


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