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Participatory ergonomics program prompts safety rethink

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The Don’t Make Yourself Bloody Useless program provides a single, powerful and consistent message designed to encourage quarry workers to speak up about hazardous manual tasks.

NSW Mine Safety’s Kylie Newton facilitates a participatory ergonomics workshop with personnel from Metromix’s Marrangaroo quarry.

The Boral Talbragar team received the People’s Choice award for a tool to replace worn impactor crusher plates.

The Best Ergonomic Initiative 2014 award went to Metromix Marrangaroo’s team for its initiative clearing out the C9 tail drum roller.

The PErforM risk assessment tool used as part of the participative ergonomics program. © The State of Queensland (Dept of Employment and Industrial Relations), University of Queensland, Curtin University of Technology, October 2007.

Tuesday, 15 October, 2019 12:13am
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