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The Federal Government did not include many new infrastructure projects in the 2015–16 Federal Budget but recommitted to previously announced initiatives.

Federal Budget a ‘mixed bag’ for quarry industry

Although the Federal Government recommitted to earlier positive infrastructure and training initiatives and announced some new ones that could indirectly benefit quarries, the latest budget appears to be largely underwhelming for the aggregate industry. Read more »
Hanson won a national CCAA award for its ripper boot change-out stand in 2014.

Deadlines loom for enviro health and safety awards

Final nominations will soon close for a national industry awards program that celebrates innovation and best practice in environmental health and safety. Read more »
The new model aims to put industry in charge of developing its training.

New VET model to be operational by 2016

The Federal Government has revealed details of the new Vocational Education and Training model that will be implemented next year. Read more »
The miners’ program includes on-site work with Metso’s mobile plant and DNA automation system.

Future miners train with automated tracked mobiles

The world’s first educational, mobile and fully automated Metso plant for training future miners and crushing contractors can be found in Taivalkoski, northeast Finland. This unique learning environment is made up of three Lokotracks, a Metso DNA automation system with an operator training simulator and Bruno process simulation. Read more »

Upskill your maintenance team to reduce downtime

Do you know how much your quarry plant costs you to maintain? Do you know the costs of downtime? Do you have an economical solution for maintenance repair and operations (MRO)? Read more »
Hy-Tec’s maintenance team at Yarrabee Road Quarry.

Case Studies
A better way to loosen the nut: Liner changes made simple

Changing liners on a static crusher has in the past been a hazardous manual task for quarry workers. It was therefore a shock for participatory ergonomics trainer Kylie Newton when she observed that some workers still perform physically demanding tasks that can result in serious, sometimes career-ending injuries. Fortunately, there was a viable solution … Read more »

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