Chris Georgiou, managing director at TASC Solutions, writes about the best approaches for hazard identification and prevention.
Diesel fitter, Amy Liddle, is a mental health and anti-bullying advocate with more than 40,000 followers on TikTok and Instagram, and she’s just been awarded a $10,000 grant from her employer Komatsu to help her continue her important work on bullying and suicide prevention.
DotNetix has been leading the development of intelligent collision avoidance systems for mining and construction sites.
CRAM provided PHD Engineering with a new testing system and measurement technology to test operating tension of longwall chains quickly and efficiently.
Head of organisational reliability at Brady Heywood Jodi Goodall highlights the value of changing how we approach workplace incidents.
Trimble has continued to improve the safety and productivity of quarry operations around Australia with the integration of several data management solutions, turning best practice into standard practice.
Weir Minerals has launched Synertrex IntelliWear, a new digital wear monitoring system for spools and hoses in slurry pipelines.
Safety is a massive priority in the quarrying sector, and justifiably so. Ensuring that all on-site workers get home at the end of the day is critical, and there are a variety of safety systems and methods used by sites throughout Australia.
Lachlan Grant is the Northern Regional Manager for Mines Rescue and Coal Services, which specialises in education and training, workplace health and safety compliance, workers’ compensation, environmental monitoring, and mines rescue consulting and emergency response. He used his speech at the IQA conference to explain why quarries will benefit from ongoing vigilance in their health and safety systems.