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All proceeds raised during the course of the competition will be donated to Miners Promise, a charitable organisation providing assistance to families and individuals who are confronted with the death or permanent disability of a family member employed in the resources sector.

Safety games highlight hand safety

Fourteen teams are set to participate in the Mining Emergency Response Competition, part of The Safety Games, held at Burswood Park in Perth on 3 and 4 December. Read more »
While the sub-contractor was lucky to survive the incident this time, had things gone differently, the company could have been liable for three years’ imprisonment and a $780,000 fine, along with the tragic consequences of a loss of life.

Driller narrowly avoids blast disaster

A Tasmanian quarry worker narrowly escaped with his life earlier this month after a blast was detonated in close proximity to his vehicle. Read more »
UnionsWA is concerned that in states that have not signed up to the harmonised OHS laws, businesses will not face maximum penalties for a death in the workplace.

Lives at risk without harmonised OHS

Western Australian workers have prevailed upon the WA State Government to accept the unified occupational health and safety legislation after it demanded more information on how the harmonised laws would impact business. Read more »


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