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National Safe Work Australia Week Begins

National Safe Work Australia Week Begins

Today marks the beginning of National Safe Work Australia Week, when employers and employees around the nation are encouraged to focus on reducing death, injury and disease in the workplace. Read more »
A new reference book has been released by Atlas Copco

Blasthole Drilling Book Launched

A new edition of a well regarded reference book has been released by Atlas Copco Drilling Solutions - Blasthole Drilling in Open Pit Mining. Read more »
21-year-old Bradley Alford was killed after being instructed to drive a Mack truck with faulty brakes down a steep slope.

Three-year suspended sentence for workplace death

A Victorian drilling rig supervisor was sentenced to 20 months in  prison, suspended for three years, for instructing a 21-year-old worker to drive down a steep slope in a truck with defective brakes and no seatbelt, resulting in the young worker’s death. Read more »
A Nucrush quarry on the Gold Coast will be holding an open day for the public

Nucrush quarry opens gates to public

A quarry and concrete company on Queensland’s Gold Coast is opening its gates to the community, with Nucrush Group holding its annual open day. Read more »
Tee-off for the IQA's Tasmanian Golf Day is at 9.30am, sharp.

Sign up for IQA and CCAA golf day

Tasmanian members of the Institute of Quarrying Australia and Cement Concrete and Aggregates Australia should be carefully ironing their tartan pants and counting their tees in preparation for the 2011 Tasmanian Industry Golf Day in October. Read more »
The Sydney Safety Show is set to open in October

Sydney safety show opens in October

The quarry and construction industries will converge on Sydney’s Olympic Park from 25 to 27 October this year for the Safety Show Sydney, the country’s largest workplace health and safety trade show. Read more »


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